|dressbarn women's clothing||1.93||0.8||6970||8|
|dressbarn women's dresses||0.16||0.3||6591||18|
|dressbarn women's tops||0.91||0.1||8375||42|
|dressbarn women's jeans||0.12||0.3||7523||14|
|dressbarn women's sweaters||1.71||0.2||8021||94|
|dressbarn women's pants||1.8||0.7||2182||21|
|dressbarn women's suits||0.39||0.4||4124||82|
|dressbarn women's blouses||0.08||0.8||862||95|
|dressbarn women's plus size tops||1.96||0.8||6217||95|
|dressbarn women's plus size dresses||1.68||0.1||4456||27|
|dressbarn women's tops size 1x on sale||0.08||0.5||6132||23|
|dressbarn dresses for women s dresses||0.68||0.2||1561||54|
|dressbarn shorts for women||1.32||1||3182||41|
|dressbarn skirts for women||0.99||0.7||5416||11|
Dressbarn, which has been around for more than five decades, has struggled to grow in apparel retailing as more women steer toward fast-fashion retailers such as H&M and Zara, off-price chains such as T.J. Maxx and Ross Stores, and even Target. Amazon also continues to take a larger share of the apparel market online.Who owns the Dress Barn?
Ascena Retail Group, Inc. (formerly Dress Barn and doing business as Dressbarn) is an American retailer of women's clothing. Ascena also owns the Maurices, Justice, Lane Bryant, and Catherines clothing store brands, and is the parent company of Ann Inc., operator of Ann Taylor and Loft stores.