Shopping >Banana Republic
Banana Republic used to be my favorite store. The people are helpful, so this has nothing to do with the staff or service but god has the merchandise become dull and drab. No style or creativity. It's sad. Everything looks like what a secretary would wear to the office.
Convenient, one-stop shopping for those who want pieces with long shelf lives..
Epitomizing office casual wear, Banana Republic started out as a small vendor of safari-inspired clothing before it was purchased by the Gap in 1983. Since then, it has grown into a brand-name behemoth that one-ups the Gap in quality, status and price--but not necessarily creativity. The core of the collection is constant: versatile staples such as khakis, button-down shirts, denim, T-shirts and jackets in solid, organic colors. Lengths and fabrics change slightly according to the season. Some stores have expanded into bedding, fragrance, bath and beauty, and home-furnishing lines.
YAWN!. If you're looking for style...don't go here! Boring! Dull! Utopian society clothing...if you want to look like everyone else, this is the place. Sqave time and browse their website, better sales there! Shoes and jewelery ok, overpriced for what they are.
not too impressive. i used to love this store, but lately it seems like their merchandise is not all that great. i think it only caters to white people. you can find the same clothes cheaper elsewhere.
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