Dry Goods continues national expansion; set to open new store in N.J.

Planned Expansion and Growth of a Company

Dry Goods plans to open five new locations through the end of the year, including the retailer’s first store in New Jersey. These new locations are part of the boutique’s continued nationwide growth plans to invite more shoppers to enjoy the latest in contemporary and feminine fashion.

Since the first Dry Goods store opened in 2010 in Aurora, Illinois, the company has steadily expanded its national footprint. With this announcement, Dry Goods will increase its presence to 84 locations — once opened — in 24 states across the country.

Dry Good offers a wide range of selections for shoppers looking for the latest in contemporary fashion, including clothing, jewelry and accessories.

For the first time, customers will experience the unique merchandise offered by this fresh and flourishing brand at Cherry Hill Mall in Cherry Hill.

Other new stores will be in Christiana Mall (Newark, Delaware); Hamilton Place (Chattanooga, Tennessee); Ross Park Mall (Pittsburgh); and Short Pump Town Center (Richmond, Virginia).

“We are thrilled with Dry Goods’ continued success as we introduce the brand to new, fashion-forward shoppers in these exciting markets,” Melody Wright, chief operating officer of Von Maur, Dry Goods’ parent company, said. “As we continue to expand into new states, we look forward to sharing our store with even more customers. Our goal is always to provide updated, on-trend clothing and accessories that allow shoppers to show their personal style at an accessible price.”

Along with its selection of stylish clothing, accessories and gifts, Dry Goods’ customers also enjoy superior service and a flexible return policy.

“We are excited to meet our new customers and provide them with the latest fashion trends and a special shopping experience in our beautiful store,” Lindsay Caltagirone, vice president of stores for Dry Goods, said.