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1 at 79th St.
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In 1983, Marvin and Helene Gralnick opened their first shop—filled with Mexican folk art and sweaters—on a tiny Florida island. Today their enterprise has grown into a mall favorite of mature women, with 660 stores across the country. The chain specializes in colorful, comfortable clothes at reasonable prices. Staying true to its earthy roots, the rather cramped Upper East Side store is arranged by color palette, with a fully accessorized look at the end of each rack for inspiration. Women looking for eclectic accent pieces can nab suede safari jackets or cotton wraps in unusual colors and tribal-inspired necklaces, earrings, and belts, while the more conservative will still be able to find a trusty blazer or khaki pant for work.Sales
30% off seasonally