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Stein Mart's business style is to run department store-like shops with affordable prices and a high-end atmosphere. It offers brand-name clothes to women, men, and children at a reduced price with about 290 shops in around 30 states and online shopping.  Its typical store is approximately 35,000 gross square feet with a racetrack style, a centralized cash desk, and individual dressing rooms. The clothes vary from formal to casual. Stein Mart also offers jewelry, handbags, linens, home decor, and presents. The shoe departments of Stein Mart are leased from an individual corporation. Its target clients are mature women with $100,000 of household income. Stein Mart attempts to locate shops in elite places. The organization is under the ownership of Chairman Jay Stein, grandson of the founder.

Stein Mart sells products to consumers found in better department stores and specialist shops. The business provides a product locator, a Preferred Customer program, co-branded and private-label credit card programs, and electronic gift cards compared to most stores that sell clothes and accessories at a reduced price.

Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Stein Mart services consumers in approximately 30 US states, principally states of high growth, including their hometown, Texas, California, and North Carolina.

Stein Mart intends to retain its footprint in the south-east of the US and Texas while taking a conservative approach to expansion. As for 2016, the company expected to launch 12 outlets, move two stores, and shut one store. It was projected that the latest stores would boost their revenue by 4% over their comparable sales of the store throughout the year.

Stein Mart is aimed at women between 35 and 60 who are well dressed and have a higher income than average. The organization wants to fill the niche between a mall-based department store that charge higher rates and off-price stores that suggest lower prices.

To draw more customers to their shops, the Stein Mart company introduces some updates. The business offers more regional cloth, including the stocking of vivid casual Florida dresses and muted and formal California women's wear. Stein Mart provides more exercise wear (sometimes it is referred to as athleisure) to follow the trend of wearing active but cozy cloth in non-athletic cases. The company also wants to find other 'exclusive things,' unanticipated for products at low prices, which offer Stein Mart shopping a 'treasure hunt' aspect.

Stein Mart has tried to encourage internet purchases, as did several stores not called The company introduced a redesigned website to address this condition. It has a simpler gui with enables navigation and ordering. You can do shopping both on mobile and on computers.

Stein Mart, partnering with Synchrony Financial, started selling a private-label credit card to give consumers more inspiration and loyalty. The transaction also provides the organization with greater financial results than its agreement with MasterCard that is still in force.

Eschewing shoes, Stein Mart chooses to give his clothing department to the established shoe dealers. In all the Stein Mart shops, DSW is the exclusive shoe operator.


Typical Hours of Operation

Mo 10:00 - 21:00
Tu 10:00 - 20:00
We 10:00 - 20:00
Th 10:00 - 20:00
Fr 10:00 - 20:00
Sa 10:00 - 20:00
Su 10:00 - 21:00

Locations: 283 locations in 34 states and 240 cities.


  • Home Furnishings
  • Clothing Stores
  • Men's Clothing


  • curbside pickup
  • accepts credit cards

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