Aracely was particularly helpful and knowledgeable. Ferragamo shouldn’t be my style, but we wandered in here on a whim and I used to be surprised to seek out my eyes magnetized toward the Benoit sandal in teal. While the promotional savings are around 50% , prices are still too much. These are last season pickings which typically discount to 60%+ at malls. I searched the Benoit sandal online and found it for less easily. So yes, the selection is a bit boring but it’s possible you’ll find a gem. Alas, prices aren’t tempting enough to snatch up.
Great discounts on Salvatore Ferragamo items. That said, it is still very pricey. To be honest, for these prices, I would rather drive to South Coast Plaza, and use that money towards a nicer, newer, piece of apparel/accessory and have a fun shopping day looking for something. Aside from the asian woman and this other staff, the staff here may be very judgmental. This is ridiculous. Retail people must STOP JUDGING people based on what they’re wearing as you NEVER KNOW who’s walking into that door. What are you losing by being nice? Nothing. Good quality stuff, there’s currently a 50% men’s clearance section which is pretty neat.
Individuals who go on yelp (unless in case you are nino) will not be ppl who shop here. 4k+ dress…deep discount at $1240…still too rich for me.
This is more of an accessory shop than a spot to build a wardrobe on. I stop in every so often to check for deals on coats and/or jackets but their inventory is so sparse it makes for a difficult shopping experience. Ferragamo shoes are legendary but I feel their label has taken a success with how accessible it has become. At this point in my life, if I am looking to speculate $800+ on a pair of dress shoes, I feel I will go together with the JM Weston 310 or the Santoni 10766. That is next level shit right there. I am not saying that you won’t find quality shoes at this store, but if you’re trying to transition from cute to shark, then you could take yourself to a lifestyle outfitter like David August. However, I understand that not everyone can ball out but if you have got the guap to shop at Ferragamo, albeit their factory store, then you can definitely shop at a men’s clothier. It is not about fashion, it is about power…
good stuff for cheaper price… usually out of season ie last season stuff for almost half the worth. some are still expensive still tho 🙁
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– Edit 5600 Paseo Del Norte
Carlsbad, CA 92008
b/t Car Country Dr & Palomar Airport Rd
– Phone number +1-760-579-0078
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