Mimi's is owned by the same awful company that appears to own Pea in the Pod and Motherhood. Their clothes look almost appealing on the rack, but take them into that cruddy little dressing room, and it's clear that the quality of the fabric, construction, and fit are terrible. Somehow they think the same product they're offering at Motherhood is worth a 150% markup here. The tiny space is crammed so tight it's hard to shop, the selection of sizes is dismal, and I can't believe they won't even put a fresh coat of paint or fix the dangling doorknob in the dressing room in one of the most expensive commercial buildings in the U.S.
Totally desperate for pants for a board meeting tomorrow morning, I bought two pairs of $80 super-basic ""suiting"" pants. The transaction ended when the cashier shoved a receipt at me and asked me to initial their ""return"" policy: bring it back within 10 days for store credit only.
This chain deserves its fate.
Cons: Quality, Value