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By: Trina F.
On A Whim
Wonderful store! Clothes and shoes are on point not to mention they have great gift items too! They really have everything you need in one store and they even wrapped my present for me!
By: Nigel O.
On A Whim
Being more like "On a Delusion," this is a gyno-centric shop staffed by too many annoying and underworked sales girls. The two stars are for their attempt at an upscale experience.The first one greeted me with an unfitting personality, like that of some little girl at a birthday party who's had too much cake. As I browsed over to their book collection and became focused on one, that girl kept interrupting my thoughts asking me if I was "doing alright," like I was going in for surgery or something. Simultaneously, two other sales girls next to me were futzing with handbags and loudly nattering on about some garbled nonsense in a rather annoying and vapid tone. One of them kept interrupting my thoughts asking if I was "doing okay" about 3 times over the next 20 minutes. Why? Do I appear as if I'm melting? They wouldn't shut up, and the place has an echo, which made it worse. Leave the customers alone after you've greeted them, especially if they are reading books.Most of the items are over priced, and somewhat ugly, junk made for those who spend too much money on "the latest tacky thing." I imagine their average customer is a leisurely trophy wife or spoilt Nichols Hills brat. They need to rein it in a bit, and diversify their style. Not everyone is named "Alice," and stuck in "Wonderland." This was not a shopping experience like those I've had in London or New York, nor one I care to repeat.

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