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Old 05-24-2019, 06:01 PM
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Rebrand as Barn Dress. Farmers have lots of money.
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They could sell barn appropriate dresses for people, or accessories to make barns look nice.
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My wife is grieving. She buys most of her clothes at DB. Hopefully someone will take its place in that particular market sector.
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And I haven't been happy with Ann Taylor the last few years either. I feel like the quality has gone down. Another negative is that every time I went, someone was returning something, the line took forever, so I decided it wasn't worth the wait to purchase the one item and left (and left the item behind too - not a thief). Another negative is I'm a petite and they had a very small selection in the stores, so I ended up ordering online and then becoming that annoying slow person at the register trying to return things.
Banana Republic has a good selection of petite sizes. That's pretty much the only place I can find nice looking work attire in my size. Maybe New York & Co., but there isn't one near where I live now.
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From what I can tell, chicks come in extremely varied sizes from top to bottom. While some chicks are lucky enough to fall in that mode area, that can't be more than 30% or so.
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