Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Jack Wills is coming to Suburban Square

Jack Wills, the preppy British brand that's made its mark on Walnut Street, is making its debut on the Main Line.

Jack Wills is coming to Suburban Square

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Preppy brand Jack WIlls is coming to the Main Line. (Photo: jackwills.com)
Preppy brand Jack WIlls is coming to the Main Line. (Photo: jackwills.com)
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Jack Wills, the preppy British brand that's made its mark on Walnut Street, is debuting on the Main Line.

According to WWD, the 1,300-square-foot boutique will open in Suburban Square in Ardmore. The store is said to have a fireplace, new floors, and will carry the full women's and men's apparel lines. The publication notes that the Jack Wills location in Suburban Square "marks a real shift in the real estate strategy" of the company.

Suburban Square, an open air mall, is home to retailers like Free People, J.Crew, Lilly Pulitzer, Trader Joe's, Apple, and more. Jack WIlls seems to be a strong fit for the shopping center, considering the number of preppy boutiques lining Anderson and Coulter Ave. There are currently 77 Jack Wills stores in the world. The new Ardmore and Princeton boutique locations will increase the number of U.S. boutiques to 15.

Are you a local who's interested in working in retail? The company is looking for a full time store manager, assistant store manager, and sales associates for the Ardmore location. For more info, click here.

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