What Name-Brands Can You Find at Ross, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls

Updated April 8, 2024 by Kyle James

When I shop for clothing, while not often as I’m a dude, it is ALWAYS at a discount store. Typically Ross or TJ Maxx as we don’t have a Marshalls in my town. I mean seriously, why would you pay full price for name brand clothing and shoes when you can the same stuff at a huge discount. 95% of the stuff is first run quality and the brands are pretty darn amazing.

The Name-Brands You Can Find at Ross, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls

In the past, I have talked about How To Score the Best Deal at TJ Maxx, Ross, and Marshall’s which was very well received so I figured why not back it up with an article about the actual brands you can find at Ross, Marshalls, and TJ Maxx.

While some brands are carried at all three stores, many you can only find at one of them.

So without further ado…here is what my research turned up.

Ross (Dress for Less)

Do you know the best day of the week to shop for deals on top brands at Ross? One word: WEDNESDAY!

A friendly Ross employee told me that they finish up their weekly clearance markdowns by Tuesday evenings making Wednesdays the best day to shop and get first dibs.

Here are the big brands that you can score a deal on at Ross.

  • 7 For All Mankind
  • Adidas
  • Adio (Shoes)
  • Air Jordan
  • American Eagle
  • Anne Klein
  • Bearpaw
  • Bebe Sport
  • Betsey Johnson
  • Born
  • Callaway
  • Calvin Klein
  • Coach Bags
  • Columbia
  • Converse
  • Doc Marten
  • Emerica
  • Free People
  • Guess
  • Heritage 1981
  • Hurley
  • Jessica Simpson
  • Juicy Couture
  • Kenneth Cole
  • Levi
  • Lucky
  • Michael Kors
  • Miss Me Belt
  • Nautica
  • Nike
  • Nine West
  • O’Neill
  • Perry Ellis
  • Puma
  • Quiksilver
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Roxy
  • Sketchers
  • Steve Madden
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Toms
  • UGGS
  • Under Armour
  • Vans
  • Vince Camuto
  • Vox (Shoes)

Update: Also keep an eye out for shoe brands Uggs, Bearpaw, and Toms. Thanks to Ross Distribution Center supervisor Randi for the tip!


Marshalls is known for carrying some great brands at low prices.

Shop early in the week if you can, hopefully on a Monday, as that is when they typically do their restocks as well as their clearance markdowns on apparel and shoes.

By doing so, you’ll get first dibs on clothing that has just been reduced in price.

A few of the most popular brands you’ll find at Marshall’s include American Eagle, Hollister, Forever 21, and Kate Spade.

Here is the list of brands I have complied so far that can be found at your local Marshalls store.

  • Adidas
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Banana Republic
  • Billabong
  • Baby Phat
  • Coach
  • Champion
  • Converse
  • Ed Hardy
  • Express
  • Forever 21
  • Free People
  • Guess
  • Gunit
  • Hollister
  • Kate Spade
  • Kenneth Cole
  • Jones of NY
  • Juicy
  • Love Rocks
  • Lucky Brand
  • Max Studio
  • Michael Kors
  • Nike
  • Northface
  • O’Neill
  • Patricia Nash Purses
  • Polo by Ralph Lauren
  • Pepe
  • Royal Doulton
  • Roxy
  • Sean Jean
  • Steve Madden
  • True Religion
  • UGG
  • Under Armour
  • Yogalicious

And last, but not least, the brands you can find at TJ Maxx.

See Also: Marshalls Employees Tell Me the Best Ways to Save Money

TJ Maxx

According to some, including my wife, TJ Maxx is a little more expensive than Ross and Marshalls.

But…they have some brands that you’re not going to find at the other two. Namely Abercrombie & Fitch, North Face, Dooney & Bourke, Hollister, and Vera Bradley.

Here are the top brands I have compile so far for TJ Maxx.

  • Adidas
  • Abercrombie & Fitch
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Anne Klein
  • Athleta
  • Baby Phat
  • Bebe
  • Betsey Johnson
  • Billabong
  • Blank NYC
  • Calvin Klein
  • Champion
  • Cloth & Stone
  • Current/Elliott
  • Dooney & Bourke
  • Dolce & Gabbana (Somewhat rare)
  • Ecco
  • Frame
  • Lucky Brand
  • Hollister
  • Hurley
  • HydraFlask
  • James Perse
  • Jessica Simpson
  • Jones New York
  • Juicy
  • Kate Spade
  • Keds
  • Limited
  • Marc Jacobs
  • Max Studio
  • Michael Kors
  • MUDD
  • New York & Co.
  • Nike
  • Nine West
  • North Face
  • Paris Blues
  • Pink Rose
  • Polo by Ralph Lauren
  • Puma
  • Rag & Bone
  • Reebok
  • Roxy
  • Theory
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Under Armour
  • Vera Bradley

Ask the Reader: What brands am I missing? Let me know and I’ll be sure to add it to my list, thanks!

By Kyle James

Photo credit to Mike Mozart (1, 2) and Nicholas Eckhart


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I’ve noticed Kate Spade at TJ Maxx quite a bit frequently. Score!

Jan Phelps

I don’t just want to see a brand name – would like to see the clothing also


I work at Ross….

From your list, we usually have a ton of Calvin Klein, Betsey Johnson, Guess, Kenneth Cole and Michael Kors. I would say those are the big, consistent designer brands you will see at Ross. Second most common would be Anne Klein, Vince Camuto, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren, Perry Ellis, Steve Madden and Jessica Simpson. We have tons of Nine West, Nike and Lucky shoes (plus jewelry for Lucky). Levi is a given, and I see Converse and Roxy often enough. Occasionally we have Coach bags and shoes. However, we RARELY get Free People, 7 For All, Doc Marten or Heritage…if you see any of those brands at Ross, you should scoop them up! I have NEVER seen any of the other brands you listed for Ross at my store or any other Ross. Although I have seen Kate Spade bags and accessories from time to time, and we also have a loooot of Jordans.


Hi. I get the very basic idea of the week/season code on the T.J. Maxx tags but I am still confused. How exactly does it coincide to our annual year? Are the numbers bi-monthly perhaps? For instance they are receiving [10] coded tags currently. I understand the numbers go from 1 to 24 but I don’t really understand unless they start mid year or something. Also, do you know if there is an exact count of weeks between the codes that the markdowns happen? For instance, if they are currently getting [10] does that mean all or most [08] should be mark down etc? I read someplace else that the bottom right last 2 numbers of the sku are the actual current week/season number which goes to 48, is this true?

Hope you don’t mind all the questions. I’m a former couponer and you know the more details you understand the better you are.

Kimberly Hicks

I scored a Miss Me Belt at Ross.

Caleb McWilliams


Marisa Kaye

The ones on your list that you say are only at tj max are also at marshalls, but each location has varying brands according to location, for instance one town I shop the marshalls/tjmaxx(and is all one store) at is much more affluent whereas another tjmaxx/marshalls immediately next to eachother is across from the local mall and has a mix of brands in more limited numbers, and the one located near my mothers house has much more bargain type items, you know how a nike tee can be $12.99 for basic cotton up to however much for dri-fit etc at marshalls, they will only carry the cheaper ones there because they sell better. I buy my son all sorts of outfits at the one near my moms and find that that particular one tends to have really great underwear prices. I work at a department store In a mall and I can attest to actually seeing specific things instore and at marshalls in the same season (kensie pajamas, hudson jeans, calvin klein items, carters clothing at the carters store, etc). I spend a lot of time “shopping” , marshalls/tjmaxx is my favorite place to shop because I know all im doing is saving money and everytime I shop there its like shopping the whole mall in one store


We have Ross here and Marshalls nearby town. There is always something good to score first come first serve but I’m not buying it to sit in my closet collecting dust as I’m a SAHM. I love to scored althetic shoes only because I have small feet. I got a brooks pureflow that is regular price $100 and a Nike tailwind 6 refukar price for $110 but cost me $35 and $45. Out of season but can still be found in eBay for more than what I paid. I shop ebay too.


Air Jordan


Are the Michael Kors purses at Ross original?


Pink rose @tj maxx you missed this one


The marshalls I shop at carries michael kors and northface


I wanted to share that I purchased Calvin Klein at TJ maxx 🙂



I was hoping that you may be able to help me. Last week, at Marshall’s, I purchased a very lightweight, soft, grey zip up hoodie. I love it and would like to see if they are sold in other colors, however, I’m having no luck figuring out who actually made this hoodie.

The tag on the inside says “Yogalicious ” with a small circle centered on top of the word. However, after an extensive Internet search, I cannot find an actual company named Yogalicious that sells hoodies or any clothing of the sort (like sweatshirts, jackets, full tops, etc.) for that matter.

Would anyone happen to know who sells these hoodies with the logo inside as I described above, and where I may purchase more clothing items from them?

Thank you very much for your time and consideration.



I HAVE BEEN LOOKING AS WELL WITH NO LUCK!!! Driving me nuts! Where are these from?!!!!!!


Ditto! I have 2 pairs of leggings and they are awesome!! I can’t find any info!!!!


Yes!!! Please someone tell me who actually makes this yogalicious brand with circle logo. I have black and pink leggings from them that feel and fit like lululemon. Would love to know what this is. The website on the label goes to a “nobody owns this domain”


Me too! Just like lululemon. When I searched online, I found a store http://www.yogalicious.fi/ but they only sell pants and the pants look nothing like the ones I love that I bought at TJ Maxx.


Do you have a picture of the logo?


Also, I noticed that the lists above do not include other brands that these stores definitely sell. My favorite brand is Max Studio, and I buy their clothes at TJ’s and Marshall’s ALL the time. And I have for years. Yet that brand is not listed above. When I googled Max Studio, I noticed that their site says “Leon Max” above Max Studio. This leads me to believe that Yogalicious and Max Studio and probably tons of other brands are really owned by parent companies listed above. So that might be a clue in finding yogalicious pants!


I’m also on the hunt. I believe that Yogalicious and 90 Defrees by Reflex are the same. Similar circle logos. I purchased the yogalicous yoga stirrup leggings and wanted another pair… I came across the identical pants on amazon for $22 by 90 degrees by Reflex. Their descriptions look identical.

I’m including a link:

Hope this helps ladies!


I’ve only seen it at tjmaxx, marshalls. They are owned by 90 degree! If you go to the website you can buy a few items, but I just recently found a bunch of pants, hoodies, and tanks at marshalls.


I actually found a tag from poshmark & it said the website is yogalicious . Com

kendee merritt

I have always gotten Jones of New York at Ross and Marshalls, what happened..


I am a supervisor at a ross distribution center, our main focus in my DC is shoes and homedecor. I have to add though, we get bear paws and uggs. I’ve seen a ton of uggs and bearpaws come through our DC. I have not been able to find any uggs at out local stores but I know somewhere they have them bc our DC alone pushed out quite a bit. We have a contract with both underarmor and Nike so we get their stuff, we get Tom’s, pumas, converse, i have seen vans although more rarely.


Hi, so when is probably one of the best days to go shopping for like shirts and stuff? Like when do they restock items and all that?

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