~*~ Rara Avis ~*~
For now, the Dressbarn website and all stores are open. The company says there are no current changes to its return, refund, or gift card policies.
DC has great shopping. Make it a weekend trip and enjoy the city. Also NYC is 3 hours away by train.although I buy most of my clothes online because local stores are so limited in quality, inventory and sizes (and I have expensive taste in some items).
I used to shop at Dressbarn quite a bit but over the years the quality went WAY down and the prices up. I rarely buy clothes online since it is a crap shoot on size, fit, and quality. There can be a vast difference in sizes between one brand and another, and oftentimes within that brand. My sister swears by DressLily but I have never tried them. The only online store I had luck with was Coldwater Creek as they were consistent in their sizes and quality, but you paid for it dearly. I know Amazon is touting their clothing now via Amazon Wardrobe and I may try it out. It is for Prime members only and lets you order and try up to 8 clothing pieces before you buy. Anything you don't keep you send back free of charge.Another brick and mortar retailer bites the dust. Ughhh, buying clothes online is one of the worst experiences, although I buy most of my clothes online because local stores are so limited in quality, inventory and sizes (and I have expensive taste in some items).
You just can't tell what you're getting until you can hold it in your hands. I don't know about women's clothing (no jokes, please), but one size is not one size. Gotta try on a range of sizes to get the one that fits right. So, what are you going to do, buy 3 sizes and pay to return the other 2?
Anxious to see who solves this problem.
Does anyone remember Britches of Georgetown? I loved that store.
So, who is going to pickup the business from Dressbarn?