Category: Clothes Shop

Berryou Tie-Dye Hoodie Comes in Popular Waffle Knit

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Tie-dye fashion has become a mainstay in our wardrobe, specifically in the loungewear department. It has been one of the top trends of the past year, and it’s not going anywhere! Now that spring is underway, we need lighter tie-dye lounge pieces to relax in — and we want these fabulous finds to be as comfortable as possible.

Once the weather gets warmer, we adore lightweight waffle knit garments. They’re cozy, but still breathable! It’s one of our all-time favorite knits, after all.

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Amazon’s The Drop Collection Is a Fashion Minimalist’s Dream

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If you aren’t familiar with Amazon’s The Drop, it’s time to get acquainted. Each of these limited-edition capsule collections has their own distinct style, and the latest features an ultra-minimalist feel brought to you by lifestyle influencer and beauty mogul Amber Fillerup Clark!

The founder of Dae haircare and BFB Hair took some time out of her busy schedule to create a line of stripped-down and classic pieces that you’ll want to wear on repeat this spring — and well into the

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As shoppers stay away, small stores seek refuge online

NEW YORK (AP) — For small retailers across the country, the coronavirus outbreak has turned an already challenging business environment into never-ending uncertainty.

Amy Witt might have 20 customers on a good day in her Dallas women’s clothing store, and then none the next.

“It’s a rollercoaster we ride every day,” says Witt, whose store, Velvet Window, reopened May 1 after being closed since March. “We’re doing everything we can to cover expenses and keep the store stocked with inventory.”

Many of Witt’s older customers are still shy about going into stores, especially since the virus has resurged in Texas.

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Shops opening: What will clothes shopping be like post-lockdown?

After more than three months of empty high streets and shopping centres, non-essential retailers have been given the green light to open in England on Monday 12 April.

This is alongside beer gardens, gyms, hair salons and restaurants where people are seated outside.

Up until now, only a limited number of shops selling “essential” goods (primarily food shops) have been allowed to stay open, due to coronavirus lockdown rules.

But what will the shopping experience look like from today? This is what you can expect.

What rules will apply in shops?

As with essential stores and public transport, face

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