I came into Shoe Pavillion with high expections. My friends told me of how they had great experiences with this store. However, my experience did not turn out to be as good as theirs. When I first come into the store, you'll notice how extremely clean they are, but at the same time, how quiet they are as well. The store is big, but I didn't see many other customers in the store, nor as employees. The employees seemed to be hiding behind the counter. I liked how the aisles of shoes were set up. They weren't too high so you can't reach the shoes, and the demo shoes were at the height perfect enough so you don't have to reach down to look at them. They sell many variety of shoes, from skate shoes to dress shoes, you name it. However, I didn't really like the look of any of their shoes. They just didn't look good to me. Prices were really good, however. They claim to see shoes half the price of other retailers, but I don't really see the shoes at other retailers. If you found a shoe you want to try on, you can immediately search for it right away, as their stock is right under the demo on the shelves. Parking for the store seems to be an issue, because it is located near Edwards, and most people park around the store so they could see a movie.