The day bargain hunters around the country have been waiting for is finally here—and just in time to update your wardrobe and your home for fall. Marshalls has officially launched its online store. Yes, you can finally score Marshalls' notoriously low prices without even leaving the house.
"We are thrilled to introduce Marshalls.com, which allows customers to shop Marshalls anytime," Mark DeOliveira, executive vice president of TJX Digital US, said in a news release. "This site will feature a unique assortment of the brands and values that Marshalls is known for, and also offer customers the ability to shop through fun, interactive features, and curations."
The online marketplace has similar categories to the brick-and-mortar locations, including women's clothing, menswear, kid's clothing, home decor, and accessories. And just like how no two Marshalls stores carry the same inventory, the website will feature "its own unique mix" of products and will have new items every day, according to the release.
Online shoppers can also access new interactive features available only on the web, including a "swipe to shop" feature that "allows shoppers to quickly view and sort product by swiping 'left or right' to favorite items and buy or save for later." There are also curated shops featuring the latest trends and must-haves. The site currently features a fall style shop, a designer shop, and a "Made in Italy" shop. You can also check out influencer and shopper finds.
Of course, one of the caveats to online shopping is that you don't always end up loving the items when they arrive at your house. If you do need to take something back from Marshalls, you can easily do so via mail or at a store. Some exclusions do apply to in-store returns, according to the release.
Back in March, Ernie Herrman, the CEO of The TJX Companies, announced Marshalls would be launching the online platform. The TJX Companies is the parent company of Marshalls, HomeGoods, T.J.Maxx, HomeSense, and Sierra Trading Post. Before Marshalls, only two of those brands had an online shopping component. After operating online stores for T.J.Maxx and Sierra Trading Post, The TJX Companies was ready to launch the Marshalls platform.
With so many deals and steals available in-store, we're thrilled to see what goodies are available online, especially with the ever-changing inventory. Happy shopping!