Yes, the selection was great and surely you could find something there. But actually getting in there to "hunt" down a dress is nearly impossible. There is hardly any organization to the dresses (three+ sections of red dresses??). A girl in the next fitting room wanted to try on one of the dresses I had, but the sale assistant didn't even know where to begin looking - I was the one that had to point her in the right direction. If you found a dress that you liked, there was a 50% chance that something was wrong with it and the salespeople swore they could fix it but some of the problems were not even close to being fixable. There were bars on the windows, lack of climate control, and a man with a megaphone at the front yelling at all the staff to attend to their customers. It was not professional by any standard and proved to be a very overwhelming shopping experience. The lady that helped me was eating food that her boyfriend brought up for her. Very unprofessional. I would try to stay away unless you just can't find a dress anywhere else.