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did you think being rude would get my business?.
I just got back from the location in SW right off of Burnside. I was there for a specific shirt but also to see if anything else caught my eye.
When I asked about the shirt I was told that they had never heard of it and I must be mistaken (i'm not) so when I asked if they had anything similar the sales woman told me just to look around, she was helping someone. Now maybe it?s because I was in mostly black or maybe I didn?t pull out my credit card fast enough, but I was ignored for the next ten minuets until I finally left the store.
No one offered to help, no one even smiled in my direction. I?ve never been very into American Apparel and this visit hasn?t changed that opinion. Maybe the sales people should try and help their customers instead of talking about their weekend plans with each other. Just a thought.
I love this store!. I was actually going to write this review for the one in Bridgeport Village, but I'll just write it on here. I love this store because they make plain hot! I agree their stuff is pricey but I feel like it's worth it sometimes. The quality of their clothes are excellent in my opinion and I always leave the store with cute stuff.
Maybe It's Just Me.. I don't understand how your plain, every day, basic wear could be this expensive. I've seen companies who use American Apparel clothing to print on, who sell their clothing at or less than the price American Apparel charges. Maybe it's just me.
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