Dear Ross, we have a sticky situation
This past weekend, I bought some cute shoes at Ross. It had been a while since I bought shoes at Ross stores and you will read why below. Shopping for shoes is not always easy and can be even trickier at Ross as customers tend to place them back in the wrong size rack. My husband says that I take a long time shopping in general, especially shoes, but he doesn’t realize that It takes time to find the right fit. Ross is one of the retailers that carry designer shoes at a discount price, sometimes up to 75% off brands such as Guess, Jessica Simpson, Coach, Steve Madden, etc. Anyway after browsing the size 7 aisle, I was lucky to find two pairs of shoes that I really liked, they fit perfectly and the price was great. I had to buy them.
I found two pairs that I really liked, a pair of GUESS black wedges and a pair of IMPO heels at a great price. I just couldn’t pass these up as they fit comfortably. What is a woman to do, except buy them.
Guess black wedges
The following morning when I was getting ready for work, I took the shoes out of the bag and began removing the sticker price from the shoe, and I remembered why I had not purchased any shoes from them in a while. The sticker price location. Ross places the sticker price right on the sole of the shoe instead of the bottom of the shoe. I began using my fingernail to scratch off the sticker but instead ended up shredding the price and leaving the glue on the shoe, which by now is completely black from all the scratching. Being that I was getting ready for work and I was running late, I left home with the shoe on but thorough out the day my foot kept sticking to the shoe and worse yet making a squishy noise when I walked throughout my office. Can anyone say, embarrassing? 🙁
Impo Shoes with the price right on the sole of the shoe 🙁
Don’t get me wrong, I have bought some great shoes at Ross but it is always a hassle to remove the sticker. I like to buy shoes that look great, fit comfortably and that I can wear right away without having to fight with the glue.
Am I the only customer who has bought shoes from Ross that feels this way? Or am i just too picky? .
Sticky situation, we have here(it’s not dirt)
PLEASE TELL YOUR EMPLOYEES WHO PRICE THE MERCHANDISE TO STICK THE PRICE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SHOE TO AVOID STICKY SITUATIONS.
Am I the only customer who has bought shoes from Ross that feels this way? Or am I being too picky?