The old Nature’s Emporium corner location at 1601 Kings Highway is now a 1/2 Price Outlet store. It’s fair to say that now Kings Highway has more clothing stores than humans. Soon, humans will have more clothing than they need. Wait…

1/2 Price Outlet, welcome to the neighborhood!

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  • Rpell1

    And, here we go again with another “foreign products” discount store.  I seriously doubt if discount stores will EVER carry goods made in the USA!   “Buy cheap….Get cheap”!!

  • PayPaul

    I’ll bet the so called “1/2 price” isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. 1/2 price of what? The Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)? 

  • Ekotler954

    I can’t imagine that it will last too long – the place is a dump.  Only good if you want a $5 Calvin Klein top or a plether handbag.

    • LVladimirova

      I had wondered why they had so much Calvin Klein.

  • Yoytu

    Are they selling authentic brand names or nockoffs? Slightly irregular or regular?

    • Ekotler954

      most of the stuff looks like flea market crap.  I don’t know if it’s regular mdse or not.  For the prices, I would say not regular.

  • Skip Skipson

    Bring back Silver Rod to that location…lol

  • Chinaloka187

    I was there yesterday and I must say they really brands like jjill for ten dollars.

  • NeckRoadWarrior

    Sounds like another store with salvage liquidated merchandise like American Place made its bones on. I’m more saddened that it opened across from Ebee’s where it can harm that store far more that if it were on the other side of the tracks by TJ Maxx.

    • Ekotler954

      Ebee’s is also a dump – $5 stuff can be bought from that store also.

      • NeckRoadWarrior

        But Ebee’s is a Brooklyn family-owned business that goes back decades. Of the two, my sympathies lie with them.

        • Ekotler954

          when was the last time you saw Ebee’s?  it’s not what you think you remember.

          • NeckRoadWarrior

            Quite recently, actually. Of course I know they are in their twilight years, and basically sell salvage clothes themselves, but my previous post remains true.