Burlington Coat Factory on Tuesday became the latest retailer that dropped Ivanka Trump's products from its website after facing criticism from the #GrabYourWallet boycott campaign. The company did not issue any formal statement regarding its decision, however, and it is not clear if it still has the Trump brand products in its stores.

Nordstrom dropped Ivanka's brand earlier this month, following which President Donald Trump tweeted about the company being "unfair" to his daughter.

Other retailers followed Nordstorm's example, some dropping Ivanka's brand completely while other took steps away from her brand without completely abandoning it. Sears and Kmart removed some of her products from their websites but still continue to offer Trump-branded products online from third-party sellers. TJ Maxx and Marshalls ordered their employees to blend Ivanka Trump products with other store merchandise, but they continue selling them.

However, there are numerous other retailers who are still carrying Ivanka Trump brand products. Here's a list of them.

  • 6pm - This online retailer has Ivanka Trump brand listed and it includes shoes, kids' wear, clothing and accessories.
  • Amazon - This online giant has plenty of Ivanka shoes, clothing and perfumes still listed on its site.
  • Bloomingdale's - Shoes and handbags are listed on the site.
  • Bluefly - It still has Ivanka's shoe line on its site.
  • Bon-Ton - Selling Ivanka's sweaters, skirts and other clothing apparel.
  • Bed, Bath & Beyond - Carries Ivanka Trump Soho diaper bags on its website.
  • Century 21 - Dresses, blouses, shoes and other apparel.
  • Dillard's - The site has clothing items, handbags and a clutch.
  • Hudson's Bay - The company website said it still carries Ivanka Trump's line.
  • Lord and Taylor - The retailer has Ivanka Trump shoes, purses, apparel, kids' wear and jewellery available on its website.
  • SteinMart - A gold-tone cobra stretch belt was the only item from Ivanka's brand available on the site.
  • Walmart - Ivanka Trump shoes, boots, and dresses were available on the website.

Correction, Feb. 17, 2017, 11:50 p.m. EST: A previous version of this article mentioned that TJ Maxx had dropped the Ivanka Trump brand. However, the company has clarified to International Business Times that it is still selling the merchandise line.