Originally Posted by madmacs
I believe Hermes will close the store for their "special customers"... might want to try there...
as far as covering the racks, have you tried saying, god forbid, "excuse me, would you mind if I look at that rack, thanks..." or is it just easier to kick the guy out of the way...
Now if he's trying on EVERY coat, he might have no idea what size he is, tried telling him where the label is? tried giving him an idea of his size to get started? course not... he's in the way... just harass him...
As far as thr guy trying on shirts, chances are he was after one for himself... ever consider he might have next to no money (thrift stores were traditionally not hangouts for flippers) he might have travelled a good distance (gas costs $$) and not want to have to bring it back... but most of all... he might not know there's a changing room... but why would we tell him...?
no offence, but some people in this thread should be ashamed of their attitudes...
Positive energy and attitude far weights the negative ones.
First, I pile up finds in my cart or basket. I always park my cart right next to the rack and make sure it's not blocking any isles. If anyone wants to pass, all they have to say is, "Excuse me". No need to karate kick my cart unless we want to play a game of shopping cart pong or get kicked out the store. Second, I try on my finds at a spacious area where I'm not blocking others. Often than not, the changing rooms are occupied. Having shopping etiquette can go a long way.
Originally Posted by Nataku
All this talk of people trying on stuff in the isles reminded me of a local SA had no dressing rooms for years. All the attractive hipster girls would undress right there in the isles to try stuff on. All the guys in the store would try and walk by nonchalant, but would end up running into/tripping over each other while trying to sneak a peek. Made it worth going to that store.