Women’s clothing chain Anthropologie has built its name on whimsically embroidered sweaters, lace-trimmed maxi dresses, and funky jewelry that looks more like it came from an artisan market in the Andes than from the mall.
But lately, it seems, the retailer is missing the bohemian-chic bulls eye.
Anthropologie’s parent company, Urban Outfitters, has reported that comparable sales — a measure of sales at stores open more than a year and online sales — fell 2 percent in the most recent quarter in the Anthropologie division.. . . more