Women’s clothing retailer Dry Goods to open first local store in Short Pump

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Dry Goods has taken over a Short Pump Town Center storefront, where the clothing chain plans to open later this summer. (Jack Jacobs photo)

A national women’s clothing retailer has chosen Short Pump for its first store in Virginia.

Dry Goods, which operates more than 80 stores across 21 states, is planning to open a shop in Short Pump Town Center later this summer, company spokeswoman Jessica Stoltz confirmed this week.

The chain has taken over a storefront on the ground floor of the mall near the Dick’s Sporting Goods store.

Dry Goods sells women’s tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes and accessories. Blouses and shirts are priced $24 to $50, dresses cost $38 to $79 and jeans are $64 to $84 on the company’s online store.

Dry Goods is a subsidiary of Davenport, Iowa-based department store chain Von Maur, which has a footprint focused in the Midwest. The first Dry Goods store opened in Illinois in 2010. Today, a little under half its locations are split among Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, per the company’s website.

In addition to the Short Pump store marking its entrance into Virginia, Dry Goods earlier this month announced plans to open its first stores in New Jersey and Delaware by the end of 2024.

Dry Goods is joining other clothing stores at Short Pump Town Center such as Windsor, Psycho Bunny and Vineyard Vines. Dillard’s and Macy’s stores anchor the Short Pump mall.

dry goods short pump scaled

Dry Goods has taken over a Short Pump Town Center storefront, where the clothing chain plans to open later this summer. (Jack Jacobs photo)

A national women’s clothing retailer has chosen Short Pump for its first store in Virginia.

Dry Goods, which operates more than 80 stores across 21 states, is planning to open a shop in Short Pump Town Center later this summer, company spokeswoman Jessica Stoltz confirmed this week.

The chain has taken over a storefront on the ground floor of the mall near the Dick’s Sporting Goods store.

Dry Goods sells women’s tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes and accessories. Blouses and shirts are priced $24 to $50, dresses cost $38 to $79 and jeans are $64 to $84 on the company’s online store.

Dry Goods is a subsidiary of Davenport, Iowa-based department store chain Von Maur, which has a footprint focused in the Midwest. The first Dry Goods store opened in Illinois in 2010. Today, a little under half its locations are split among Illinois, Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, per the company’s website.

In addition to the Short Pump store marking its entrance into Virginia, Dry Goods earlier this month announced plans to open its first stores in New Jersey and Delaware by the end of 2024.

Dry Goods is joining other clothing stores at Short Pump Town Center such as Windsor, Psycho Bunny and Vineyard Vines. Dillard’s and Macy’s stores anchor the Short Pump mall.

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Michael Morgan-Dodson
Michael Morgan-Dodson
14 days ago

I wonder if Brookfield will ever do anything with the closed Nordstrom like was done when Lord and Taylor space that never got built and repurpose the closed space for some smaller “mini-anchors” like was done to create the Saxon, Old Navy, Urban Outfitters location in the mall.

Martha Lee
Martha Lee
14 days ago

That vacancy is a black eye on the mall. Would love to see Nordstrom return (wishful thinking) or a Cine Bistro or something else experience-based, partially fill that space.

David Adler
David Adler
14 days ago
Reply to  Martha Lee

Cine Bistro yes!