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Men's Wearhouse is trying on a new look. The Houston-based retailer is aiming to be the top menswear brand in the nation, according to WWD. Currently the third-largest entity behind Macy's Inc. and Kohl's Corp., the company is rapidly growing after recently acquiring Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc.
Men's Wearhouse has announced that it will open 30 full-line Men's Wearhouse stores a year until it reaches its goal of 750 units, a number it expects to hit in 2016. Currently, there are 653 full-line Men's Wearhouse stores.
· MW Aims to Be U.S.' Top Men's Wear Retailer [WWD]
· Men's Wearhouse [Official Site]