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The Limited Turns 50 and Partners with Dress for Success

Remember The Limited?  That was our fave store in the '80s. We can still see the oversized white silk blouse we wore with a cropped black Bolero jacket (don't judge, it was the '80s), and the leather Forenza bomber jacket with patches that we hope is still hanging in our parent's closet somewhere.

Well, The Limited is kicking off its 50th anniversary with a special campaign to support Dress for Success, a nonprofit organization with affiliate offices in more than 125 cities throughout the U.S. that offers professional apparel, a network of support and career development tools to women who are entering or re-entering the workforce.

Here's how Everything She Wants' readers can help, too.  The Limited invites its customers to share success stories, life lessons and great moments in their lives--whether it's personal or professional--with others who can learn from their wisdom. Submissions are being accepted at thelimited.com/50th.

The company will donate $1 to Dress for Success for every submission, up to $50,000. Additionally, The Limited is donating 30% of the proceeds to the organization from a limited edition clutch purse and commemorative bracelet that will debut this fall.

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