Every year with the start of the fall fashion season, women begin to revamp their wardrobe and embrace the change in colors. Marshalls, one of the nation’s leading off-price retailers, asked more than 1,000 women across the country to curate their favorite fall finds from Marshalls and share what experiences they were most looking forward to this season. Ranging from date night to enjoying the outdoors, women told Marshalls how the addition of quality, brand name fashion pieces could take their everyday fall activities up a notch.
The top five must-haves from the curated collection of designer finds from Marshalls include mixed fabric trench coats, brightly-hued scarves, leather moto jackets, ankle booties and jeans with detailing. Similar designer items can be found at Marshalls stores nationwide.
“Women from across the country told us what fall fashion pieces from Marshalls they were most excited for this year,” said Sonya Cosentini, Marshalls company spokesperson. “Whether she wants to embrace new colors for her wardrobe or experiment with this season’s trends to take her everyday experiences up a notch, she can turn to Marshalls to find quality designer pieces without paying the designer price.”
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Since opening its first store more than 40 years ago, the Marshalls name has become synonymous with off-price shopping. Shoppers can find incredible savings on designer apparel for men, women and children, footwear, accessories and home merchandise, every day. Marshalls is one of the nation’s leading off-price family retailers with more than 980 stores spanning 43 states and Puerto Rico.
ABOUT THE SURVEY All statistics are a result of the August 7-12 survey conducted by Edelman Berland, a strategic communication research consulting firm. The online survey was completed by 1,007 women that live or work in the United States of America between the ages of 22-54 representative of age, region and race/ethnicity