Kelly Davis has started doing something she once considered unthinkable: buying clothes at Costco. The 31-year-old had long resisted the warehouse chain’s clothing aisle; it just felt weird buying dresses and shirts at the same place she bought groceries. Plus, she said, “It’s where my mom shops.” But eventually, a pair of Jessica Simpson jeans — light blue, distressed, with holes — for only $13 did her in. “Costco has really stepped up its game,” said Davis, who lives near Dallas. “The clothes are actually stylish. It’s not just old mom stuff anymore.” Read more at The Washington Post.