This shop definitely had gorgeous jewelry and higher end clothing. But do not expect to be helped unless you look like you have money to spend.
We were at the end of our trip there .. And it was one of the last places I walked in ... I was wearing a pair of jeans and a tshirt. First, the lady saw me walk in and barely glanced at me. It wasn't till I started looking at the jewelry that she even acknowledged my presence in the store. Felt like more of a hello I'm watching you. Sheesh felt like a criminal. My daughter walked out because she felt uncomfortable. I continued to look through the store .. Saw that she was helping a customer in the back room. Wanted to look at the cuter clothes in there .. But felt like if I did I would have been told that there was nothing in there for me to buy in my size.
Owners - you have a great store ... Maybe not everyone has money to buy something in your store ... But at least make them feel welcome. By the way - contrary to how I may have been dressed .. I actually could afford your store, but walked out because of the lack of civility I was given.
Gorgeous jewelry though .. To the artist who made the silver bracelets ... I loved them!
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