My visit to T. J. Maxx today was extremely frustrating as there was only 1 rack of clothing for PLUS size women. One side of the rack was clearance crap and the other side of the rack was 1/2 for tops and the other 1/2 for bottoms. However there were 3 aisles for pet supplies. Although I am a dog lover, I think the parent company should put the pet stuff in their HOME GOODS shops and inform their buyers to get with the times. As I was standing there waiting to purchase stuff for my husband (nothing for me) I noticed about every fourth shopper that day would be looking for PLUS size clothes. When I was skinny, I looked good in everything. Now that I am PLUS size, I am willing to pay more for designer clothes to make me look as best as I can. Too bad there is nothing to spend my money on at T. J. Maxx. There are now famous PLUS size models and designers are finally making clothes for larger women as well as svelte women. I'm wondering if T. J. Maxx has any PLUS sized buyers who could have a voice for us larger women? I read what the news is saying about retailers having a tough time. Why not listen to your customers and help yourself move into a more competitive environment? The Corporate number is *******299 if you want to voice a concern. By the way, we hate polyester clothes and would like to see natural fabrics that are flattering styles.