Where is DressBarn Corporate office Headquarters

DressBarn Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 933 MacArthur Blvd, Mahwah, NJ 07430, United States

  • Phone Number:
    +1 800-373-7722

  • Fax Number: (845) 369-4625

  • Email: info@dressbarn.com

  • Number of Employees: 16000

  • Established: February 13, 1962

  • Founder: Roslyn Jaffe

  • Key People: David R. Jaffe, Elliot Jaffe

DressBarn Headquarters Location & Directions

DressBarn Headquarters Executive Team



David R. Jaffe

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

John Lee Welborn


Stacey S. Rauch


About DressBarn, History and Headquarters Information

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DressBarn Headquarters Photos

  • Tedette fuller says:

    Charged for subscription I didn’t order have been trying for months to cancel and not getting anywhere. Call it getting email back, can’t find a number to call. This is very disappointing. Don’t order from them.

  • Donna Belless says:

    I have seen several posts about a contest that pays your mortgage up to 250 thousand. Is this legit? So many scams out there

  • deejay m jacob says:

    We have tried to get in touch with your online shopping several times with no results. I ordered an outfit in large but was sent a small. Was told to send it back for a store credit, (although it was your companies error) which I did about a month ago and have gotten nothing back??? I have pics of the outfit and shipping label. Customer ref. 4566695477440. my e-mail is leather1955@hotmail.com. Please reply or I will be forced to report your company to the BBB.

  • Charlene Schuster says:

    Dressbarn online is the most awful company to order from I used to work for this company many years ago and I have always shopped Dressbarn stores for years until they closed and now nothing fits when you get it or they send the wrong size plus every time you return something they deduct the shipping after saying it will be at no cost to you In order to get my refund I have to call them I have never received it by email unless I call I was to receive an order on May 4 and still don’t have it all I want to talk to a supervisor and of course I can’t I-Just want my refund retuned back to my credit card after I use my refund I will no longer order from this company so so sad used to be a great company I am seriously thinking of calling the Better Business Bureau !!!

  • Cheryl Durbin says:

    I have ordered a scarf over a month ago and still have not received it yet. I have had 4 emails from a customer service rep trying to get me to go through with the sale. At this point I feel like I am not being listened to. This sounds like this company will do anything to avoid an actual refund. I will never buy from this company again if a reasonable request cannot be honored.

  • Connie O'Brien says:

    Your return policy is not clear. It should read sales are final. Items can only be exchanged or given store credit.
    In the past I have been a DressBarn customer. Because you are an “online only retailer”, there is no way to try on items before purchasing them. I purchased a few dresses to try and see if they fit for my daughters wedding. They did not. With all the issues of the past year with covid, I cannot afford to waste over $300 on clothes. Especially since I need to go elsewhere for a dress for the wedding. You are stealing money from customers by not allowing refunds. Refund my money and clean up your policy.

    • Julie says:

      Connie- I 100% agree with you. I didn’t realize their return policy either and I am in the same boat as you. I am so very angry and feel they are stealing my money!

  • Jan Morris says:

    Anyone out there tired of getting constant text from Dressbarn? I just got off of their sometimes more than daily list. Help give me a break.

    • Charlene Schuster says:

      Absolutely this company is so bad

    • Barbara Early says:

      I am totally sick of being bombarded with Dress Barn’s many daily texts!! I clicked on “Unsubscribe” on their website, but I’m still getting their messages AND when I go to hit “Unsubscribe’ again, the choice to do so is no longer there! The word is totally gone!
      How did you get them to stop?!!!?

  • Janet Loll says:


    My friend and I went to Dress Barn in Conroe, I-45 on Sunday August 18, 2019 to find me something to wear to the hospital. I always go to Dress Barn as one of my “go to” places because of the great coupons and discounts and the customer service is usually excellent and I like a smaller establishment where I don’t have to go through racks and racks of clothes. Unfortunately, my visit on Sunday was not good! I did find what I was looking for ($82.22) and when I checked out I found that one of my items was buy one get one free. I thought great, I will get another item free. The lady at the checkout was already ringing up my items and said it was too late to get anything else and I asked if I could get something later and she absolutely not (associate #98)! Before when I have had things like this happen at Dress Barn, the woman at the check out would cancel out my purchase, give me time to look for something else and them re-ring up my purchases. I was very extremely disappointed and have never felt disrespected like this at this store. I really was somewhat shocked. There are just too many other places in the Woodlands to shop (with the mall being right across the street) to be treated this way. Unfortunately, it has really put a bad taste in my mouth as to whether I want to come back and shop here again.

    Thank you,

  • Linda Smith says:

    I have recently been told that Dressbarn is closing and the reason is that you are comparing yourselves to Target! What an insult to your clothing! Whoever said that should be fired if that is how you view the quality of your clothing! There is no way that I would buy clothing from your other 2 stores as they would not fit me, be the style I wear and would be much too expensive! The prices at DressBarn were high enough! This is the only place that I can buy jeans and pants that actually fit me. First you did away with the Roz and Allie jeans and said that Westport is the same–no they do not fit me at all. So I am still wearing those jeans and hope they don’t wear out before I die or find another pair that fit. I do not usually send this type or letter but am really upset over the decision to close DressBarn! I’m sure no one has asked the consumer how they feel but let some executive make the decision! Please reconsider the closing of the store and forget the idea that Target is comparable, that is a joke!

  • Margaret Babb says:

    Hello my name is Margaret Babb and a regular customer of Dress Barn Clothing Store. It is the only store that I have found where the clothes fit me very well and I am please with the selections that you have, however, I just learn two days ago that you are closing the stores. I realize I am taking a risk in asking you to please reconsider in keeping your stores open. I travel to the Hampton, Va. store to shop which I live about 45 minutes away, but for the quality and service. I will gladly travel that distance. Maybe there are other customers that feel the same way in which you would be helping and just think of the number of people you would be putting out of a job. Please consider and keep the stores open. Thank you so much for listening to a valuable customer.

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