Legendary service, shoes to die for and fashion-forward merchandise keep shoppers returning.. In Short Founded as a Seattle shoe store in 1901, this popular chain is now known for manageably priced designer duds. Shoppers find a hint of sophistication in the store's white floors and pianists on baby grands. Unique departments include the Brass Plum juniors' section with Ruby Rox and Diesel, and Studio 121 for career-savvy women. A business-centric men's clothing department offers Ben Sherman suits, while relaxed styles from Marc Jacobs and Lacoste are in The Rail department.
Love it, despite the pressure.
I would actually like to comment on the spa. They have GREAT pedicures. I love the chairs that tilt way back-so comfy and relaxing. I have heard that not everyone likes these chairs, but my mom and I both find them heavnely (she wants to buy one for her living room!). The staff is very friendly but gets that not everyone wants to chat. The only issue I had is that I was highly highly pressured by my waxer to buy various products. She talked about them the entire wax and then went so far as to place them in a bag with my bill! This made me a little uncomfortable, but otherwise great experiances at this spa.