As the national women’s clothing chain files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the Charlotte Russe in Tysons Corner Center is closing up shop with some heavy sales.
Nearly half the store is now empty, but there are discounts of anywhere from 30-50 percent on items remaining in the store. Store merchandise ranges from jumpsuits and dresses to smaller items, like makeup kits.
Store fixtures, furniture and mannequins are also on sale — in case you’re a local business looking for cheap equipment or just a normal person who collects mannequins.
Staff at the store said they were not told specifically when the store would be closing, but that it would be gone by the end of the month.
The Charlotte Russe stores in Dulles and Springfield are also scheduled to close.
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