The owner of this shop is pretty friendly, but her product isn't good and is WAY overpriced. I tried on a few dresses that had absolutely no structure to them but cost 500 or more dollars. Then, when I tried on the one gown in my size that was also from this decade, it was a bit more well mad but the price tag read $995. To put it in perspective-- for $995, you could get a mid-range designer gown that is well made and modern, and then possibly have money left over to purchase headpieces or decorations for your wedding or jewelry. When I said that the $995 was way over my budget, she brought out a $300 dress that she called one of her "cheapies." It didn't have a number size, but was sized SMLXL2X3X4X. The dress was so thin that I could see my belly button through the fabric, and when I asked her again about the structure, she said I needed to get some Spanx. (I guarantee you that's not all I would have needed to make this dress look good.) Literally, I remember thinking that this dress could not have cost more than 20 dollars to make, and that I wouldn't even think of paying 50 bucks for something of such poor quality, but this person would have gladly taken $300 dollars from me for it. This is the primary reason I am writing this review-- because there are so many things there that are completely overpriced and don't have any of the quality you should be looking for. If you live in Ronceverte or nearby and are not over a size 12 or 14, you may have luck here for a wedding dress or for prom, and it probably wouldn't hurt to stop in after work or school one day. If you are a bigger size and would like something at all modern, don't waste your time. She basically wanted me to buy the first dress that fit just because it fit. That should not be the standard for your dress shopping.