Specializing in clothing, accessories, and footwear, including petite sizes. [Description from dmoz]
At AnnTaylor, basic black is as appreciated by its customers as its classic styles. The company (named for a fictional person) is a national retailer of upscale women's clothing designed exclusively for its stores. Its AnnTaylor and AnnTaylor LOFT shops offer apparel, shoes, and accessories. Targeting fashion-conscious career women, AnnTaylor operates about 935 stores (500-plus are LOFT outlets) in more than 45 US states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Most are located in malls or upscale retail centers. AnnTaylor LOFT stores offer their own label of mid-priced casual apparel, while AnnTaylor Factory and LOFT Outlet stores sell clearance merchandise. AnnTaylor also has its own e-commerce Web site. [Description from Hoover's]
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