All Dressbarn stores will shut by the end of the year, and 53 areas will close in August, the struggling retailer introduced on Thursday.
The corporate launched a list of the shops closing in August and the nine closings in July.
Almost two months in the past, Dressbarn and its guardian company, Ascena Retail Group, introduced the brand’s “wind down.” Last month, 25 stores had been in the first round of closings.
“Now we have acquired overwhelming landlord support for our plan, which can enable us to implement our wind down in a way that gives one of the best recoveries for our landlords,” mentioned Steven Taylor, Dressbarn chief financial officer, in a press release. “Further, we’re present, and count on to stay so, with our vendors and suppliers.”
New Jersey-based Ascena’s different manufacturers include Ann Taylor, Lane Bryant, Catherines, Cacique and Justice. The corporate just lately offered its Maurices brand.
In accordance with the regularly requested questions section on the Dressbarn website, reward playing cards, rewards, and coupons will proceed to be accepted. Some items are considered a final sale and can’t be returned.
“We encourage clients to make the most of deeper discounts, shop early for one of the best choices, and use any outstanding gift cards,” Taylor mentioned.