Sector: Fashion and Boutiques
Country: US
State: Connecticut
Address: 359 Greenwich Avenue, CT 06830, Greenwich, Connecticut, US (View Map)
Phone: 203.622.0551


Our parents/grandparents, Ed and Norma Mitchell founded the company in 1958 with three men`s suits, a coffee pot and a dream...The heart of their extraordinary vision was to "hug" the customer... to enhance and add value to the retail experience by offering unsurpassed service, a uniquely warm environment, to give back to their communities and to build trusting relationships with customers and friends that would last throughout generations. The first location of the original "Ed Mitchells" was an 800 square-foot. former plumbing supply store in Westport, CT. Norma famously brought in her coffee pot each day to make the customers feel at home. For over 50 years, we have strived to carry on that spirit and tradition. Today, we offer lattes, M&M`s, have a dedicated "Kiddie Corner" and much more... we try to do her proud! Mitchells is still independent, family-owned and operated by a second and third generation of Mitchells, and has grown over the years to 25,000 square-feet. We also have expanded the dream into other communities. In 1995, we acquired Richards of Greenwich, a renowned 8,000 sq. ft. luxury men`s retailer, which we have expanded to include a women`s department, and is now 27,000 sq. ft and the winner of numerous retail space design awards. In 2005, we acquired Marshs of Huntington, a 15,000 sq. ft. men`s store, which we have renovated inside and out, adding women`s ready-to-wear, accessories and jewelry. Most recently in December of 2009, we added the Wilkes Bashford stores of San Francisco and Palo Alto to our portfolio. Wilkes Bashford, founded in 1966 by the retail icon of the same name is the Bay Area`s most renowned luxury retailer. With this exciting acquisition, we have formed an entity called "The Mitchells Family of Stores," committed to offering products of the highest quality and an unsurpassed level of service. We look forward to serving our beloved communities for many generations to come!

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