As fashion apparel retailer Express (EXPR) announced it was closing about 100 stores by 2022, the company has reportedly already begun shuttering locations with 31 closed over the weekend.

Alysa Spittle, an Express spokesperson, confirmed the store closures to USA Today.

Express also said it will also close another 35 stores by the end of January 2021 and the remaining locations by 2022. An additional nine stores already closed in 2019.

The move to close stores is part of Express’ fleet rationalization as it looks to implement its new EXPRESSway Forward corporate strategy, which focuses on customer engagement. The retailer is also looking to relaunch its loyalty program and private label credit cards by Fall 2020.

Express has already closed these store locations, according to USA Today.

Arkansas

  • Little Rock: Park Plaza

Arizona

  • Phoenix: Paradise Valley Mall

California

  • Citrus Heights: Sunrise Center
  • Fairfield: Solano Town Center
  • San Jose: Oakridge
  • Visalia: Visalia Mall

Connecticut

  • Waterbury: Brass Mill

Florida

  • Wesley Chapel: Shops at Wiregrass

Georgia

  • Atlanta: Cumberland
  • Duluth: Gwinett Mall

Illinois

  • Vernon Hills: Hawthorne
  • Calumet City: River Oaks

Michigan

  • Midland: Midland
  • Okemos: Meridian Mall

Minnesota

  • Burnsville: Burnsville Center
  • Eden Prairie: Eden Prairie

Missouri

  • Saint Peters: Mid Rivers

Nebraska

  • Omaha: Oakview

New Hampshire

  • Newington: Fox Run Mall

New York

  • New York: 51st and Madison
  • Yonkers: Ridge Hill Mall

Oregon

  • Portland: Lloyd Center
  • Hillsboro: The Streets

Pennsylvania

  • Bensalem: Neshaminy Mall
  • State College: Nittany Mall

Rhode Island

  • Newport: Thames Street

South Carolina

  • Spartanburg: Westgate

Tennessee

  • Collierville: Carriage Crossing

Texas

  • Harlingen: Valle Vista
  • Houston: Rice Village

Virginia

  • Chesapeake: Greenbrier

Shares of Express stock were down 0.207% as of 3:13 p.m. EST on Monday.