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Haroons - 1 Reviews - 50 S Main, Salt Lake City, UT - Women's Clothing Reviews - Phone (801) 363-3433


50 S Main
Salt Lake City, UT 84144
(801) 363-3433
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Women's Clothing

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Retail Shopping , Apparel


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Beautiful clothes, not shopper friendly 11/16/2006

The clothes at this shop are beautiful, however, everything comes in pretty much one size.....very small! I was looking for bridesmaids dresses, and when we asked if they had any other sizes or stock, the sales girl practically laughed at us and told us the designers didn't care to make anything larger that what was on the racks, she literally said the designers didn't care to make clothes for bigger women. That alone was offensive, especially considering the sizes I was looking for were 12 and 14. Then when I tried to take a picture of a dress for color purposes, she practically charged at us stating that we weren't allowed to take pictures. When she realized that we were displeased by her behavior, she almost followed us out of the store making small talk with us until I finally said.....Goodbye! Pros: Beautiful clothes Cons: Not shopper friendly more
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  • The Store-y
    Admit it—there's something magical about a frothy, drop-waist gown. Perhaps women are tiring of that angular Banana Republican look. Perhaps the '20s are eternally hip. Whatever the reason, Haroons has stayed successfully in business for more than 20 years, proving that women never outgrow their dress-up instincts.

    What You'll Find
    Brands are rather obscure (Wind River? Papillons?), but the charm is really the store itself. Haroons' two locations are indescribably elegant. Flowing gowns drape every inch, while glass jewelry sits sparkling on the corner counter top. Dresses are mostly vintage in design, mimicking the understated elegance of the 1920s and '30s.

    What You'll Spend
    Expect to spend anywhere from $50 to $200 for a dress. Jewelry is very reasonably priced at about $20 a necklace.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 12pm-5pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    Rio Grande