Calling all accessory lovers — Charming Charlie is about to close ALL their stores located in 38 states. The accessory retailer known for their color-organized stores has filed for bankruptcy…again.
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Charming Charlie filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday, July 11, 2019.
This is the second time for the accessory and jewelry store to file for bankruptcy — the last time being in 2017. After closing 100 Charming Charlie locations, the retailer emerged from their first run with bankruptcy in April 2018.
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The remaining 261 Charming Charlie stores are expected to be closed by August 31st.
Charming Charlie is one of the many retailers that have had to close their doors due to bankruptcy recently, as we’ve already seen with stores like Sears, Gymboree and Toys”R”Us.
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Going-out-of-business sales have already begun at some Charming Charlie locations. Call your local Charming Charlie to find out if theirs have started.
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CharmingCharlie.com has stopped taking orders.
From now on, if you’re wanting to shop Charming Charlie, you’ll have to go in store. CharmingCharlie.com is no longer accepting orders.
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