Window Shopping business theme briefs for June 19, 2014

Window Shopping business theme briefs for June 19, 2014
Oklahoman Published: June 19, 2014
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Altar’d State to open OKC store

Women’s clothing retailer Altar’d State will open its first store in Oklahoma City at Penn Square Mall. Building permits filed with Oklahoma City show plans for 4,518 square-foot store, and put the cost of the construction at $451,800. Altar’d State was founded as a single Christian clothing store in 2009 in Knoxville, Tenn., and has grown to about 30 locations across the southeastern United States. The chain also has announced plans to open a Tulsa store at Woodland Hills Mall.

Torrid coming to Outlet Shoppes

Plus-size womens and girls clothing boutique Torrid will open a store at the Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City. Building permits filed with Oklahoma City show plans for a 2,412-square-foot store, and put the cost of construction at $80,000. This will be Torrid’s second Oklahoma City location. The chain also has a store at Quail Springs Mall. The Torrid brand is owned by Los Angeles-based retail chain Hot Topic Inc. and has about 230 stores nationwide.

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