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What does a color coded closet, a love of sparkle and a tendency to push fashion boundaries have in common? All are cues into what a woman’s wardrobe says about her, inside and outside the closet. T.J.Maxx has partnered with Clinical Psychologist and T.J.Maxx Closetologist, Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner to take a deeper look into these fashion behaviors, revealing six style personas – the Six Degrees of Self-Expression.

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New survey results also reveal favorite trends to enhance everyday experiences for a fabulous fall

Survey Uncovers Top Trends Translated Across Four Leading Fashionable Cities

 

Every city has its fashion stereotype. New York City is known for sleek style as much as Los Angeles is for effortless chic, and both cities are working the major fall 2012 trends like leather and bold colors, yet are translating the trends differently. Now that the season is well underway, T.J.Maxx and Marshalls, the nation's leading off-price retailers, surveyed women in four fashion capitals across the country – New York City, Los Angeles, Miami and Chicago – to see how they are actually wearing the season's most anticipated trends.

The TJX Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TJX) today reported July 2012 sales results. Sales for the four-week period ended July 28, 2012, were $1.8 billion, up 8% over the $1.6 billion achieved during the four-week period ended July 30, 2011. For the 26-week period ended July 28, 2012, sales reached $11.8 billion, a 10% increase over the $10.7 billion achieved in the same period last year. Consolidated comparable store sales for the four-week period ended July 28, 2012 increased 7% over last year. For the 13-week second quarter, consolidated comparable store sales also increased 7% over last year. For the 26-week, year-to-date period, consolidated comparable store sales increased 8% over the same period last year.

The British Invasion comes stateside on April 29th, when the wedding of the century will be broadcast live for all to see.  As Wills and Kate embark on the next chapter of their lives; you too can be sitting pretty, at a celebration all your own.  By making some savvy purchases from T.J.Maxx and Marshalls, there's no need to pony up the cash for an expensive celebration. Instead, host a fete befitting royalty...for less!

British style has hit a fever pitch and Kate Middleton is at the forefront of all that's chic ... and more importantly, off-price.  And, as the Royal Wedding nears, it's the perfect time to adopt some of the finer points of British style, just like Kate.  By shopping off-price at T.J.Maxx and Marshalls, modern day fashionistas can live the fairytale for a fraction of the price!

The TJX Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TJX) yesterday reported March 2011 sales results. Sales for the five-week period ended April 2, 2011, were $2.04 billion, up 1% over the $2.03 billion achieved during the five-week period ended April 3, 2010. For the nine-week period ended April 2, 2011, sales reached $3.5 billion, a 2% increase over the $3.4 billion achieved in the same period last year. Consolidated comparable store sales for the five-week period ended April 2, 2011 decreased 1% compared with a 12% increase in the same period last year, which was the Company’s strongest monthly comparable store sales increase of that year. For the nine-week, year-to-date period, consolidated comparable store sales increased 1% over the same period last year.

The TJX Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TJX) today reported September 2009 sales results. Sales for the five-week period ended October 3, 2009, were $2.0 billion, up 8% over the $1.8 billion achieved during the five-week period ended October 4, 2008. For the 35 weeks ended October 3, 2009, sales reached $12.6 billion, up 4% over the $12.2 billion achieved during the 35-week period last year. Consolidated comparable store sales increased 7% compared to last year for the five-week period ended October 3, 2009. For the 35-week, year-to-date period, consolidated comparable store sales increased 4% compared to last year.
The TJX Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TJX) today reported August 2009 sales results. Sales for the four-week period ended August 29, 2009, were $1.6 billion, up 6% over the $1.5 billion achieved during the four-week period ended August 30, 2008. For the 30 weeks ended August 29, 2009, sales reached $10.7 billion, up 3% over the $10.4 billion achieved during the 30-week period last year. Consolidated comparable store sales increased 5% compared to last year for the four-week period ended August 29, 2009. For the 30-week, year-to-date period, consolidated comparable store sales increased 3% compared to last year.
Today more than ever, consumers are looking for a better way to shop. They don't want to overspend, and they don't want to pay high prices for high-quality merchandise. They want the same merchandise they were buying before the recession hit, but don't want to spend as much to get it. According to a recent Roper Report, value is not all about low cost to consumers, even in this recession; consumers feel now, more than ever, quality products that last are the ones that provide real value. A 2008 Yankelovich study found that 70% of consumers who note having high-anxiety in this economy still say they want to be able to buy the splurge item they want without increasing their debt. With consumers demanding high-quality merchandise at low prices, off-price retailers T.J. Maxx and Marshalls are taking this opportunity to launch an integrated campaign asking shoppers to re-think their retail choices and join them in a national spending intervention to stop spending too much on fashion. There is no need to clip coupons, wait for a sale or show up at 6 a.m. on a Saturday to get a great deal. When you shop off-price you can get brand names and designer labels for up to 60 percent off, every day.


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