Casual Male takes a more tailored approach

03/15/2012 | Women's Wear Daily (subscription required)

Casual Male plans to boost its tailored fashion offerings from 20% to about 30% of the retailer's overall business as it expands the DXL store concept, CEO David Levin said Thursday. The company also said it has halted its test of in-store B&T shops at 15 Bon-Ton department stores, but will continue to sell the products on Bon-Ton's website.

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