While the retail sector was up about 2.5 percent for the month of October, several apparel retailers haven't been so fortunate. With shares down in names like Urban Outfitters and Kohl's, retail analyst Dana Telsey said there may be bargains to be had.
For example, Urban Outfitters, which lost 17 percent in October, could potentially do better, she told CNBC on Monday.
"It has been a couple quarters that it's been weak. We are beginning to see the online portion of Urban Outfitters do better than some of the stores portion and we may see that lift," she said in an interview with "Street Signs."
Overall, basic apparel has been really struggling, Telsey noted.
Apparel "has been weaker than overall retail because where's the trend, where's the must-have item? It's been hard to find unless you are athletic and active," she said.
"Many of those names ... all guided the third-quarter same-store sales results lower than originally expected. So the minute it came out that their sales were a little bit weaker, the stocks came in," she explained.
Telsey thinks another potential comeback name is Kohl's. The retailer has a lot of loyalty card members and if they come back into stores it could possibly boost the fourth quarter, she said.
—CNBC's Jackie O'Sullivan contributed to this report
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