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"Now I understand that I am not the smallest person in the world, I typically wear a clothes ranging from 12-16 depending on the item (we all know that clothes run funny these days). Because I am not a tiny woman I only look for dresses that are in the 12-14 range in the style I like. At least this way I know that I might not be able to zip them, however I should at least put them on and get a general idea of fit. So once I picked a few dresses the woman helping me walked me into the fitting room. She then proceeded to HOLD THEM UP TO ME. If this wasn’t bad enough she also kept saying "well you obviously can not try these dresses on because we don't carry your size here." So basically I was being told that I was too fat to shop at the store. The tone in which she made these comments was completely offensive and not necessary. I was horrified and beyond offended by this service experience, as was the bride who was with me who wears the same size as me. I have never experienced anything like this! It was so similar to the scene in Pretty Woman (only weight was the issue rather than money) All I could do was walk out of the store. This type of service is not acceptable in any capacity, and I hope you do not shop here!"
Deirdre G. , Dec 13 2012 8:22PM