I WAS LOOKING FOR A PAIR OF BLACK SHOES FOR WORK, WHICH YOUR STORE HAD A HUGE SELECTION. BECAUSE OF THE BOGO THE STORE OFFERED I DECIDED TO LOOK FOR A SECOND PAIR OF SHOES AS WELL. HOWEVER I FELT REALLY UNCOMFORTABLE, BECAUSE SECURITY FOLLOWED ME ALL OVER THE STORE. WHEN I ENTERED THE STORE HE WAS IN THE CORNER ON HIS PHONE. BUT IT SEEMED THAT AFTER HE NOTICED ME, HE SUDDENLY HAD THE URGE TO WALK ALL OVER THE STORE, BUT ONLY IN THE AREAS WHERE I WAS TRYING ON SHOES. NOT TO MAKE THIS A BLACK THING, BECAUSE HE WAS BLACK AS WELL. BUT BEING THE ONLY BLACK CUSTOMER IN THE STORE AT THE TIME AND HIM ALWAYS IN MY VICINITY, I FELT A LITTLE OFFENDED. I'M SURE HE WAS JUST DOING HIS JOB. BUT I WONDER WHY HE WAS'NT FOLLOWING THE OTHER CUSTOMERS IN THE STORE. I BOUGHT THE SHOES THAT I WANTED, BUT I WILL NEVER RETURN TO THIS STORE AGAIN.,
Not that there's anything wrong with it, just that we're middle class. I went in the Galleria for the first time in August 2007, when I first moved here and I heard raves about it from work. Unfortunately for me, when I walked in I was quite embarassed. I felt like I didn't belong and the sales personnel gave us dirty looks and wouldn't help us. Granted there's so much to do, and the apartments there are $5 Mill each, it's just not meant for anyone less than upper class. The worse thing of all, are the rich snobby teenagers with their roaring voices, they're so loud and abundant that it's hard to carry on a conversation. Other than that, it's gorgeous and you can walk for 4 hours at least and still not be done with the mall.