I had not heard the greatest things about Dior Bridal Salon, but I was willing to give them a chance, because their dresses are absolutely gorgeous. Well, I walked in and another bridal party was on their way out. The store was then completely deserted. However, not a single sales representative walked up to me and my bridesmaid to offer their assistance. Not even a hello! I thought that strange, so I took it upon myself to walk to the front desk and "make the first move." I asked if I could browse the dresses and try some on. The sales rep gave me a look over and condescendinglyasked me if I had an appointment. I replied that no, I don't, I wasn't aware one was needed. I also mentioned that the store was empty so could they just make an appointment now and let me try on some dresses. Without a hesitation, she responded no. Just like that. I was floored. As a bride, trying on a dress is supposed to be one of the funnest things you do as you plan your wedding. I could not believe the arrogance of the staff. They made me feel like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, when the staff acted exactly the same as Dior Bridal, like I was trash and not worth their time. Well, they missed out on the big bucks. I'm one of those brides that wants everyone to get their dress from the same place, bridesmaids, flower girls (I have three), mothers, and grandmothers. Sorry girls, you won't be helping me, and I will NEVER recommend ANYONE going there for their special experience of buying a wedding dress.