While there were more name-brand items than I’m used to seeing at my local TJ Maxx, the rest of the store didn’t look much different from other locations—it was still decked out in its signature discount signage.
At the end of the day, this is still TJ Maxx, and you can’t forget that, even when you’re rummaging through racks of BCBG and Gucci.
There are signs everywhere reminding you of the bargains to be had here, which can be comforting when you’re in a town where coffee and a bagel can cost more than a three-pair set of Calvin Klein underwear (the set was $11).
I think at the time of my visit, the store had more to offer by way of designer accessories than clothes. But it was still a lot more than I’ve seen at other sites that also have high quality products.
While I didn’t think it was anything super fancy, I think it’s the kind of place that, if I lived nearby, I’d stop by every week or so to see if there were any tempting deals.