Where is Talbots Corporate office Headquarters

Talbots Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1 Talbots Dr, Hingham, MA 02043, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 781-749-7600

  • Fax Number: 1-800-438-9443

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 8737

  • Established: 1947

  • Founder: Rudolf Talbot & Nancy Talbot

  • Key People: Lizanne Kindler

Talbots Headquarters Location & Directions

Talbots Headquarters Executive Team



Lizanne Kindler

Chief Executive Officer and President

Pamela Baxter

Senior Vice President of Information Technology

Vickie Costa

Senior Vice President of Global Sourcing

John Kovac

Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President

Lisa Pisano

Senior Vice President of Merchandise Planning and Analysis

Patrick Walsh

Senior Vice President of Stores

About Talbots, History and Headquarters Information

Talbots was founded in 1947 by Rudy and Nancy Talbot, the passionate entrepreneurs from England. It started by putting up an advertisement in The New Yorker. From 3000 black and white fliers that featured illustrations of Talbots clothing to an ultimate catalog, the company grew and shifted to a new location in Hingham. The front door of this building was painted in a bright red color, which later on became a hallmark of the Talbots chain. By 1980’s the Talbots was purchased by consumer goods giant General Mills. Talbots was launched as a public corporation in 1993 and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TLB. In 2012, Sycamore Partners purchased Talbots for $391 million.

Talbots is a retailer of apparel, shoes, and accessories for women. It serves approximately 45 million people worldwide. Currently, there are more than 9,000 associates. It offers online shopping for its customers. This company widened its focus and included men’s and children’s apparel as well. This company operates more than 600 stores in 45 US states and Canada as well. They sell their products through a dozen catalogs and their website.

Talbots Headquarters Photos

  • Li Man Chang says:

    I was hired 11-26-2022, It is now Dec.22. I worked at store#0156. The store Manager is Suzette James. Since I have been hired, I have only worked 3 days. Two days of computer job training and one day of computer, floor and cashier
    training. I have over 16 years of retail experience and continue asking to be scheduled, but the store manager always gave me excuses to not put me on schedule. I texted her every week, there was no response or we were so busy. I don’t understand why you tell me that the store has been so busy. I’m not begging for hours, but it is unprofessional to have me in limbo. I felt I had wasted my time and could have found another company that I could have grown with.

    Li Man Chang 0320508

  • Displeased Customer says:

    I have visited your 4809 Forest Dr., 29206, Columbia, SC store on several occasions. Each and every time I’ve visited I’m never greeted by your associates with the exception of ONCE. The one time experience was a young African American associate that spoke and offered assistance, this was THE only time. I’ve spent any where from 20 mins to 45 mins in the store multiple times and no one ever greets me, acknowledges my presence or offers assistance. I actually stopped purchasing in the store a while ago, but go to the store to see the merchandise first hand only to order online. It’s really sad. I am an African American business professional and while I can appreciate your clothing, I unequivocally do not appreciate blanton disrespect. It’s obvious your associates at this location prefer and only see the customers that resemble them. I recommend that you offer your employees true professional development in Diversity training. It is sad in 2022 this has been my ongoing experience and it is a very poor reflection on your organization. I’ve decided I must now take my business elsewhere, shopping where my money and my presence both count.

  • Marjorie Groh store #321 sparta NJ says:

    I am a retired associate that urgently needs information regarding my retirement date. I have called numerous contact numbers getting nowhere. HR doesn’t answer. I simply need my retirement date for very important paperwork that need to be filed regarding taking my first retirement distribution, as I turned 72 yrs old. This paperwork needs to be sent in ASAP. I have everything in order, I simply just need that date please.

  • Natasha R Eason says:

    I really would appreciate is someone from HR will please contact me through my email concerning store 252

  • Laura Berlin says:

    I have been a Talbot’s customer for many years. I wear womens plus petite size in tops and jackets. That is one of the reasons I have always shopped at Talbots because they carry a size that fits me. It really irks me that the stores, at least in my local CT area, at the Shops in Canton as well as West Farms Mall, no longer carry this size in the store. Shopping for this size must be done online. It is really hard to tell without trying on an article of clothing if it is going to fit as well as look good! Ordering this size online necessitates much ordering and returning, which is a “royal” pain in the neck! This change in policy might alter my habit of shopping at Talbots!!!

  • A G says:

    I made a purchase this afternoon at Talbots in Bakersfield, CA, where I have shopped for many years and have an account. I wrote a check (#1856)for 105.33 for the purchase and my check was rejected by Telecheck. The clerks at Talbots were very helpful to try to connect me with Telecheck. Talbots said it was a bank problem. So next I went to Wells Fargo and told them my situation. The Wells Fargo manager contacted Telecheck by phone.
    He was told my check number 848 was the problem. (The banker looked up my check #848 and found it was written by me in March 2018 in the amount of 200.00) Telecheck said the check # 848 in question was for 204.74 and the name associated with the check was “Ann Aliota”. That is not my name nor the amount of the check. I called the 1-800-366-2425 number and gave the automated machine the number of my check, and other info like date of birth, last four digits of social security, drivers license number, number on the check, etc. The automated machine did not answer me. I called Talbots and Wells Fargo back and told them that Telecheck was not giving good customer service to its Talbots customers. Nothing has been resolved for me. I was told to call back between 5 am and 1 pm tomorrow to maybe talk to someone at Telecheck. After all that has happened so far, I cannot believe I will receive any help with my situation.
    I worry that any check I write now at Talbots or any other store will be rejected also. I asked for help and received none. Frankly, I am afraid to even send this in for fear that something bad will happen to my name, my credit, my bank account, etc. I looked up Telecheck and see that it is owned by Fiserv. Fiserv and Telecheck do not appear to be very reliable. I am not sure any business should use Telecheck to advise it about checks from customers.

  • Judith says:

    Is it possible for Talbot to make a pant for women and missy sizes that zips up the side and not the usual
    front as mens’ pants do? Side zip is much better looking.

  • Bobbie Fitz says:

    Hello! We are curious as to why my husband received a Christmas purse ($129) to his PO box but addressed to his mother Lois Fitz, who died in 2005. Confusing.

  • Helen says:

    Bought a gift and needed to return . I made a mistake and didn’t know not to take the tag off. I can’t return it or exchange even if I have the receipt which was purchased only 3 day prior . Why? I know now not to shop in your store. And the associate was not nice at all.

  • Terri Schutt says:

    I just got off the phone about a return I made. My bill was $57.25 and they gave me a credit for $38.72. They charged me another $8.95 and then they said the rest was a restocking fee. I don’t see any where on there return policy about a restocking fee. I didn’t like the way I was treated and will not be doing business with them again. I plan on telling everyone about my experience.

  • Marianne Craft says:

    I have a credit rating of 824, yet was turned down for a Talbot’s charge. I’ve been a customer for many years. I charged the clothes to

  • Cindi says:

    I was sent a debt collection debtor letter. First in my life. My address at Talbots had not been corrected as requested. I can’t get any response from Talbots or the debt collection firm. Please contact as soon as possible.

  • madeline says:

    I ordered a jacket at the store in Westfield Montgomery in Bethesda, Maryland on Thursday, February 20. Two sales employees were at the desk and seemed to be quite confused about how to place a catalog order. One woman was trying to do it on the IPad and said it wasn’t “working that way.” Then she asked the other clerk to try it on the register. She also seemed to be having trouble and didn’t know how to do it. The sale was finally complete and I received my order confirmation (2002201C79726) on Friday. I was then shocked to see that my checking/debit account had been charged twice for $110.51. When I contacted customer service on Saturday, the person who helped me said that what happened was that the (confused) clerk hit authorize payment twice on the IPad. $110.51 is not a small amount of money to be taken out of my checking account. I was told that there was nothing that could be done to rectify the situation until this week. I am still out of funds that could be my grocery money and have totally lost trust in Talbots and the ability of their sales associates. Such a shame – I’ve been shopping there for years.

  • Anne-Marie Thompson says:

    I want to applaud one of your employees. Her name is Susan, and she works at Store #398 in Allentown, PA.
    I am retired now and mostly wear casual clothes. I was shopping for a dress for a wedding (at the last minute, I might add). After shopping in Macy’s and Kohl’s, where it was a challenge to find anyone to help me, I stopped in Talbot’s and had the great fortune to be assisted by Susan. I am so happy with my outfit! She even helped me with shoes and jewelry. I can’t say enough good things about Susan. I hope you appreciate what an asset she is and let her know.

  • Sharon J. Heher says:

    Please take Sharon J. Heher off all of your mailing lists. After my experience today with your rude and inconsiderate counter girl at your Rampart Blvd. store in Las Vegas, Nevada. I do not want to receive any future cards, letters or Emails from TALBOTS.
    Sharon J. Heher

  • Mary Ortiz says:

    This comment is for Lizanne.Kindler@Talbots,com. Regarding my recent Talbots order #032419ZD95270. I received an email that this order was confirmed, then I received another email that my order had been shipped, then I received a third email that the order could not be fulfilled. How could this order have been shipped, then later suddenly become unfulfilled? I have not received any satisfaction from Customer Service, except for a very weak apology. This is the second time this has happened to me. What is happening here??

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