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A guide to Anchor Blue Clothing Company

UK residents were able to purchase clothing from Anchor Blue Clothing Company on their online website after August of 2010. Prior to this time, UK residents could buy products only if they visited the US. However, UK residents may be more familiar with the sister company called Levis or Dockers, sold at stores throughout the UK. This article provides you with an overview of Anchor Blue Clothing Company.

Shopping at Anchor Blue

Anchor Blue made a wide variety of different clothing styles available on their website that were of interest to those in the UK and elsewhere in the world when they launched their site in 2010. The clothes tended to be a more casual style of clothing, with the distinctive Anchor Blue name and tag on it. Jeans from Anchor Blue, Levis and Dockers Anchor Blue jeans, for example, provided comfortable and casual jeans to those who were interested in making a fashion statement. Nowadays, Levis and Dockers, the sister companies of Anchor Blue continue to provide jeans and pants to people throughout the UK. Style of clothing Both Levis and Dockers are popular brands of clothing, while Levis tends to be a more casual style, Dockers tends to be a dressier style consisting of things like Khakis and slacks.

Anchor Blue bankruptcy and sales

Anchor Blue filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2009. Under the law, this did not mean that Anchor Blue stopped operating. In fact, they have continued to remain in business, which is why they are still available for the UK residents to access at their online website. Going-out-of-business Anchor Blue has been continually advertising "Going-out-of-business sales" since their bankruptcy in 2009, but as of 2011, they continue to remain an operational company with an online presence.

Anchor Blue sales

As of 2011, Anchor Blue sells not only clothing at their going-out-business sale, but also makes other products available for sale as well. Some examples include fragrances and accessories. Anchor Blue is even trying to sell fixtures from some of their stores, providing people with a good deal on many items that are used in retail store locations. Buying products If you are interested in Anchor Blue clothing, you can visit their website, while if you prefer Dockers or Levis, you can buy those products at many department stores throughout the UK.

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