Ivanka Trump has made a name for herself selling clothing, shoes, accessories, and kids’ products aimed at working moms. But ever since her father’s campaign, and the statements he has made about women, there has been a movement to boycott not just her products, but stores that sell them. And it just might be working.
On Thursday, Nordstrom confirmed it was no longer selling her line “based on the brand’s performance.” Though the company insists it was merely a business decision, activists are claiming it as a victory of the #GrabYourWallet campaign, a movement to boycott stores that sell Trump family products. After that, it appeared that Neiman Marcus and Belk both quietly removed Ivanka’s products from their websites.

Ivanka Trump has made a name for herself selling clothing, shoes, accessories, and kids’ products aimed at working moms. But ever since her father’s campaign, and the statements he has made about women, there has been a movement to boycott not just her products, but stores that sell them. And it just might be working.
On Thursday, Nordstrom confirmed it was no longer selling her line “based on the brand’s performance.” Though the company insists it was merely a business decision, activists are claiming it as a victory of the #GrabYourWallet campaign, a movement to boycott stores that sell Trump family products. After that, it appeared that Neiman Marcus and Belk both quietly removed Ivanka’s products from their websites.
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“Companies are now starting to understand if they want to do business with the most savvy women in the country, they’re going to have to show us they’re serious about moving away from divisiveness that the Trumps represent,” says Shannon Coulter, the co-founder of #GrabYourWallet. “It’s not a Democrat or Republican thing, it’s a basic human decency thing.”
Back in October, Ivanka responded to the boycott, saying, “My advocacy of women, trying to empower them in all aspects of their life, started long before this presidential campaign did. I’ve never politicized that message. People who are seeking to politicize it because they disagree with the politics of my father — there’s nothing I can do to change that.”
But there are many, many more stores that carry Ivanka Trump’s products, from her shoes to handbags to Republican Convention-ready dresses. Coulter says activists focused on Nordstrom at first because “they felt a connection to the brand,” and are now excited to go back and shop there. Now, Coulter says, they may focus on other brands they love, like Macy’s and Amazon.
And whether you want to keep buying her line or not, it’s interesting to see which stores stock up on her products. Take a look at the stores on #GrabYourWallet’s list that specifically sell Ivanka’s products—because all companies tied to the family would fill a much longer article.
Nordstrom
Sold: Shoes, clothing, handbags
Status: Confirmed on February 3 it had cut ties with Ivanka’s brand, “based on the brand’s performance.” #GrabYourWallet will remove the store from its list once their remaining products sell out.

Neiman Marcus
Sold: Jewelry

Sold: Jewelry
Status: Unclear. Ivanka’s products no longer appear on the company’s website, but a spokesperson gave the Hollywood Reporterthe following statement: “Neiman Marcus has a very small Ivanka Trump precious jewelry business which is comprised 100 percent of consigned merchandise (merchandise owned by the vendor). Based on productivity we continuously assess whether our brands are carried in stores, on our website, or both

Belk
Sold: Shoes, handbags
Status: Unclear. Racked reports that in early February, Ivanka’s products disappeared from the store’s website, but some stores still reported carrying her line. The brand did not respond to their request for comment.

Marshall’s
Sells: Clothing, shoes

Status: The parent company of TJ Maxx and Marshall’s told stores to take down Ivanka Trump signs and mix her products in with the rest of the inventory. But products are still on sale, so the store is still on #GrabYourWallet’s list.

T.J. Maxx
Sells: Accessories
Status: The parent company of TJ Maxx and Marshall’s told stores to take down Ivanka Trump signs and mix her products in with the rest of the inventory. But products are still on sale, so the store is still on #GrabYourWallet’s list

Amazon
Sells: Shoes, clothing, handbags, jewelry
Status: Products are still available on its website. The #GrabYourWallet campaign issued the following message on its website: “While we applaud Jeff Bezos for joining in the fight against Donald’s unconstitutional Muslim ban, it’s worth noting that Amazon relies heavily on engineering talent from abroad so while his action is welcome, it’s likely not a purely altruistic one. Perhaps that’s why Bezos feels it’s worth standing up on immigration issues, but has been silent on Donald’s treatment of women. It’s also worth noting that to date, Amazon still advertises on Breitbart News.”

Bed, Bath & Beyond
Sells: Diaper bag
Status: Product is still available on its website.

Bloomingdale’s
Sells: Shoes, handbags
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Bluefly.com
Sells: Shoes
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Bon-Ton
Sells: Clothing
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Burlington Coat Factory
Sells: Clothing
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Buy Buy Baby
Sells: Diaper bags, kids’ shoes
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Carson’s
Sells: Clothing, shoes, accessories, kids’ products
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Century 21 department stores
Sells: Clothing, shoes, accessories
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Dillard’s
Sells: Clothing, accessories
Status: Products are still available on its website.

DSW
Sells: Shoes, handbags
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Elder-Beerman
Sells: Clothing
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Filene’s Basement
Sells: Shoes
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Gilt
Sold: Jewelry
Status: Unclear. The site has previously sold jewelry from Ivanka’s line, but no sales currently appear on its website.

Hudson’s Bay
Sells: Clothing, accessories
Status: Products are still available on its website.

HSN
Sold: Home furnishings
Status: Unclear. HSN is still on #GrabYourWallet’s list, but no products currently appear on its website.

Jet
Sold: Shoes, fragrance
Status: Unclear. Jet is still on #GrabYourWallet’s list, but most products listed on their site are out of stock and a search on Jet.com produces nothing.

Lord & Taylor
Sells: Clothing, jewelry, handbags
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Overstock.com
Sells: Shoes, clothing
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Ross
Sells: Clothing
Status: Ross does not sell products online, but the store is still on #GrabYourWallet’s list.

Saks Off Fifth
Sells: Shoes, handbags
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Sears
Sells: Clothing, handbags, shoes, fragrance
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Stein Mart
Sells: Accessories, fragrance
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Walmart
Sells: Shoes, clothing, fragrances
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Zappos
Sells: Clothing, shoes, handbags
Status: Products are still available on its website.

6pm.com
Sells: Clothing, shoes, accessories, glasses, accessories, and kids’ products
Status: Products are still available on its website.

Poor Ivanka Dear

Paying for Daddies sins

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