T.J. Maxx can be incredibly frustrating. Even the most die hard fan of the store has to admit that you have to dig through a lot of crappy stuff before you find the the clothes that are actually wearable. But now, that's going to be a whole lot easier: TJMaxx.com is finally dabbling in e-commerce.
For a long time, you couldn't buy T.J. Maxx wares on the site, but as of Thursday, now you can find clothes, shoes, bags, and accessories. They're kind of late to the online shopping game, but better late than never. It's worth the wait if it means that unlike in the stores themselves, clothing will be easy to find with price, size, and style filters.
Admittedly, even on the site, you still have to scroll through to find real gems. You're definitely going to have some "What was Cynthia Rowley thinking when she designed this?" moments. But there's also a section on the site called The Runway that features the nicer goods from designers including Diane von Furstenberg, Rachel Zoe, Missoni, Gucci and more, and are still very reasonably priced.
The selection on TJMaxx.com is still fairly modest right now: You probably won't be able to stock an entire stylish wardrobe with what you find. But there is a sizable amount of things that will add some affordable chicness to what you wear. Below are just a few examples of all the goodness you'll find.
Silk Chifon Minidress from Diane von Furstenberg ($149 instead of $300+)
Stripe Knit Sleeve Blazer from Cut 25 by Yigal Azrouel ($149 instead of $300+)
Monika Notturno Fabric Pumps from Badgley Mischka ($99 instead of $179)
Wait, where'd you go? And we've already lost you to the depths of the Maxx. Fine, we'll let it slide this time.