How are all you Maxxinistas holding up while staying at home to curb the spread of COVID-19? If you’ve been itching to score some steals and deals from beloved discount retailer TJ Maxx, we have some exciting news: The TJ Maxx website is open for business again!
Well, it’s mostly open for business. As with everything else during These Uncertain Times, the TJ Maxx website reopening comes with a coronavirus caveat: There’s a daily cap on online orders, and once the site reaches its limit for the day, you won’t be able to purchase anything for the rest of the day. The same limit applies to online shopping with TJX Companies’ other brands: Marshalls, Sierra, HomeGoods and Homesense.
You can still browse the online inventory, however, even once the daily maxximum of orders has been reached.
One of the best things about TJ Maxx is the variety of its merchandise. The clothing, footwear and jewelry all run the gamut from fancy to casual, and there are even things like luggage, home goods and cute doodads to give as gifts. Now that we’re all stuck at home, the Maxx provides plenty of ways to up your game, both in terms of work-from-home outfits and your home itself.
If you’re seeking some comfortable new threads for throwing on while you work — or work out — at home, the store’s got you covered.
Plume Mural Satin Floral Caftan
To feel comfy at the computer, slip into a breezy caftan like this one ($39.99), which will provide a pop of color to your day.
Rhinestone Slide Sandals
These swanky sandals ($19.99) are perfect for sliding on when you take your daily walk to the mailbox and back. The neighbors will enjoy watching those rhinestones sparkle as you stroll around the yard or kick back on the patio with a wine margarita.
Ogee Sneaker Active Pants
You probably know by now that at-home workouts are much easier to do when you’re looking cute. TJ Maxx has plenty of activewear, including these stretchy pants ($24.99), perfect for trying to follow along with a workout on Instagram live.
Sagebrook Home Mirrored Tables Set
Since you’ve been spending so much time at home, you’ve probably noted all the ways in which it could improve. Consider adding a touch of glamour to your living room setup with a pair of chic gold tables with mirror tops ($59.99 for the set).
‘Healthier Together’ Cookbook
Just like the brick-and-mortar stores, the TJ Maxx website offers plenty of delightful gift ideas. If you know of a couple that has had to postpone a wedding — or who held one online — consider gifting them something for their new life together, like a stainless steel fondue pot ($99) or a guide to cooking for two, like the “Healthier Together” cookbook ($9.99).
Are you excited to become an at-home Maxxinista?