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J.C. Penney, one of the nation’s largest chain of department stores, announced Monday that it will no longer sell a sequin dress for women.

The company, which is owned by Wal-Mart, said in a statement that it is “making the difficult decision to discontinue the sequin dresses” for women ages 14 to 24.

The dress, which can be purchased for $49.99, features a patterned bodice with a plunging neckline and flared sleeves, and is also available in black, green, and grey.

Penneys said it made the decision to make the dresses less “sexualized” by making them “more flattering and more stylish.”

Penneys has made a point of emphasizing its commitment to diversity in its store locations, which have included an initiative in which employees wear pants and skirts in addition to the uniform.

In addition, Penneys is offering a free gift card to women in the store on Thanksgiving Day, to celebrate their holiday.

“We believe that in order to create a more inclusive workplace, we need to support more diverse employees, and Penneys will continue to do that in every aspect of its business,” said Penneys Chief Executive Officer David Perna in a news release.