Sticking to the basics has allowed this clothing store to flourish with its khaki-turned-vibrant color palette and comfortable materials..
Fall into this all-American clothing store, whose crisp white interior houses a variety of clothing basics, all subtly stylish and classically chic. While once a world of earthen-toned khaki pants and button-downs, today the store has embraced feminine detailing for women, vintage-y T-shirts for guys and a bright color scheme, creating an all-around modern meets classic vibe. Obliging employees are eager to help shoppers build outfits and find clothing to suit each personal preference. Although the moniker is originally derived from the generation gap between young children and adults, branch stores like GapMaternity and BabyGap allow the clothing chain to cater to every age group.
Pretentious people who think they own Gap.
Service is terrible at this Gap.
I came out of the fitting room and the employee there was too busy trying on clothes herself to help. I came out with unwanted clothes she simply looked at me didn't say a single word and went back into her room to try on more clothes.
The sale associates working the cash register has "Don't ask me to help" written on their foreheads and are too pretentious to open up another register even though the line is growing.
They make snap judgements of their customers and don't help if they think you're not worthy.
These people who work in customer service do know have the words "thank you" "hello" "how are you" in their vocabulary.
they think they own cup, but they only work there
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!