Holy cow. This place is a JOKE! I called to ask if they had the Maggie Sottero Brielle dress and the woman (or man ... I couldn't tell!) said ""can you call me back in ten minutes?"" Who does that? I wanted to say, how about you take my number, look for it, and then call ME back? Instead, I called back and the person informed me that they did in fact have the dress. When I asked the person another question, they rudely responded, so I just said okay, thanks and hungup. No less than one minute later, the person called me back (must have caller ID), and said ""Hi Kari, did you just call about a dress?"" I said yes, and he/she responded back and said, ""well just so you know, we have a try-on fee. If you decided to buy a dress from us, that fee goes toward the dress."" I said, ""what? how much is that?!"" He/she responded, ""$100."" Forget that, I said, and hung up. Now I've heard of bridal shops ""renting"" dresses from the vendor so that you can try it on, which of course I would expect a fee, but CHARGING ME TO COME IN AND TRY ON A DRESS? That is absurd! The gown is at Sisters in Whitewater. I'll go there instead! My God!
Pros: They had the dress I wanted
Cons: They wouldn't let me try it on UNLESS I PAID THEM ONE HUNDRED BUCKS!!! Rude customer service, too.