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Fashion's Unlimited, 422 Bush River Road: 2012 (moved)   6 comments

Posted at 2:13 am in Uncategorized

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Fashion's Unlimited was the follow-on operation in this building to S & K Menswear. I had noticed it several times driving through the area, but had never managed to get pictures to update the S & K post until quite recently.

When I posted them, commenter Andrew mentioned that he thought Fashion's Unlimited was already itself gone despite the prominent "Now Open" banner, so next time I was in the area, I stopped to make a closer check.

According to the door sign, it turns out that Fashion's Unlimited has moved into Dutch Square and that this building is now on the market again. Given the length of time that the old Sounds Familiar storefront has stayed vacant, I don't expect any quick turnaround.

(Hat tip to commenter Andrew)

Written by ted on June 28th, 2012

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6 Responses to 'Fashion's Unlimited, 422 Bush River Road: 2012 (moved)'

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  1. I find it hard to believe that anyone could be so excited about moving to Dutch Square Mall these days.

    Tom

    28 Jun 12 at 5:16 am

  2. While I can easily think of 12 stores Dutch Square has lost since Walmart #4379 (1326 Bush River Road) opened on May 9, 2007 (and Merrit's Jewlery is in its final weeks), Fashions Unlimited is one of several that Dutch Square has gained. They've gained: A+ Fashions, Distinguished Gentlemen barber shop, Stuft-Stuff, Fashions Unlimited, Planet Fitness (former Maxway) and Cafe and Scoop.

    If you exit Burlington Coat Factory into the mall, Fashions Unlimited is immediately to the right

    Andrew

    28 Jun 12 at 11:00 am

  3. I never could figure out if the punctuation on the sign was correct or not. Did they mean it as a contraction for Fashion is, or did they mean they had unlimited fashions - in which case the apostrophe shouldn't be there?

    Steph

    29 Jun 12 at 12:11 pm

  4. I like it as a philosophical statement: Fashion Is Unlimited

    ted

    29 Jun 12 at 12:20 pm

  5. I've always thought the store Sizes Unlimited had a funny name. That is if someone actually came in there that was so large, they would have to say "We can't fit you. We are going to have to change the name of the store.

    jonathan

    2 Jul 12 at 9:45 am

  6. folks, a Sprint store is now open at this site...

    Andrew

    8 Oct 12 at 2:17 pm

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