Recode’s Nick Gillespie explains why Amazon is ending the online clothing retailer’s online clothing shops.
The online clothing store, known as Amazon.com, has long struggled to compete with online retailers like Forever 21 and Forever 21.
Amazon said Friday that it would close its online stores and focus on selling its apparel through its physical stores.
Amazon also said it will offer some savings to customers in store pickup, where items can be picked up for a fee.
But some shoppers are having trouble finding clothes on Amazon’s online stores because they’re not eligible for free shipping.
It said it is working with its partners to provide free shipping in the future, but it did not say when.
Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The online stores were the only way to order clothing online for the last several years.
Amazon has long had a long relationship with retailers like Nordstrom and Forever21, which are among the most popular online retailers.
That relationship has led to some problems for Amazon in the past.
In 2011, a customer complained that the clothing store didn’t have enough items to ship.
The retailer later said the customer was incorrectly identified as a repeat customer, and the customer got an apology.
Earlier this year, Amazon said it was shutting down a small online clothing boutique called Vogue Clothing, which had been operating for nearly 20 years.
Vogue was run by an Amazon employee.
Amazon’s decision to shut down its online clothing stores comes as the company continues to grapple with a growing number of cyber attacks and security breaches.
Earlier this month, a hacker claimed credit for the theft of more than $5 million from Visa’s website, prompting the U.S. Department of Justice to launch an investigation into the incident.
In May, Amazon suspended a sale of $20,000 worth of shirts from Target after the retailer said it had been targeted by a group called the Guardians of Peace.
The group claimed credit on social media for the attack.
Last month, Amazon also announced plans to shuttered its online bookstore, but not its online store for women’s clothing.
Amazon will now offer online ordering through its stores and will continue to work with its retailers to help them create more efficient ways to serve customers.