- General Info:
- Welcome to David’s Bridal Las Vegas, Nevada store, serving brides and special occasion customers of Henderson, North Las Vegas, Summerlin South and more. David’s Bridal is the ultimate one-stop shop for wedding dresses and all your formal apparel. Our exclusive assortment of bridal gowns features a broad spectrum of silhouettes, lengths and styles. Our wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and feminine party looks are designed in the hottest fabrics (we are loving lace!), colors and silhouettes, from trumpet dresses to ball gowns to fabulous short styles. Our sizes span from petite to plus, so every woman can walk down the aisle in the bridal dress of her dreams. In addition to designer wedding dresses, David’s Bridal offers a full selection of prom and homecoming dresses, flower girl attire and communion styles. We have everything you need to complete your head-to-toe look from shoes and handbags, to jewelry and headpieces. Additionally, we also have expert in-house alterations to make sure your dress is a perfect fit. So come to our Las Vegas location to browse our elegant cocktail dresses, military ball gowns, and formal wear . All David’s stores feature exclusive designer collections by David’s Bridal, Oleg Cassini, Galina, Galina Signature, and DB Studio. Designer collections by White by Vera Wang, Truly Zac Posen, and Melissa Sweet are available in select locations, however they can be ordered at any David’s Bridal store.
- DB Studio, David's Bridal Collection, Galina, Galina Signature, Jewel Collection, Melissa Sweet, Oleg Cassini, Truly Zac Posen, White by Vera Wang
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
- Paseo Plaza
- Rancho Oakey
- Bridal Shops, Formal Wear Rental & Sales, Wedding Supplies & Services
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
By Appointment Only: No
AWFUL CUSTOMER SERVICE! I was made to feel more like a number than a bride!! I went in, filled in a form with my details and was told to wait 20 minutes, which was fine as I had my bridesmaid with me so we used the time to look for a dress for her.
When I finally had someone come to help me (Kathy), she asked if I had looked at dresses before I visited. I said I had and knew just the style I wanted and that I had brought in a picture to "give her an idea of what I was looking for" [verbatim]. I showed her the picture of the dress (which I already knew I couldn't get it anywhere in Las Vegas and I had only brought in the picture so show the type of style I was looking for, not that exact dress, which I explained) and she screwed up her face and spat, "Oh, we don't have THAT!". I calmly explained I knew she didn't and repeated that I just brought in a picture to give her an idea of the style I liked.
The dress in my picture had a veil on the back and she said, "Oh, you want a dress with a veil then? Here you go!" and pointed at a dress on display that looked NOTHING like the dress I had shown her, nor the veil for that matter. The only similarity was that the veil was at the back. (Aren't most of them?)
I could see she was being short with me and rude but I held my tongue, and explained I wanted a Mermaid style dress with button up corset and sweetheart neckline. "Oh" she said and led me over to a loooooong rack of dresses in plastic and "Go through these and pick out some you like. "Great!," I responded, "So, these are all Mermaid style with sweetheart necklines?" She looked at me like I was stupid and again spat at me, "NO! But you might like some."
First, we brides-to-be know that you can't tell what a dress looks like when it's just hanging on a rack. And I'm not going to waste precious hours of my day trying on dresses that I KNOW I already don't like the look of! Second, most of us have spent months pouring over bridal magazines to get an idea of what styles we like or would know would suit our body shape. I went in KNOWING what I wanted to try on and David's Bridal couldn't have cared less about what I wanted.
I obligingly went through the rack anyway as the nasty woman left to go abuse some other poor unsuspecting customer... and surprise, surprise...I didn't see anything I liked. I gave up, told the girl at the front desk that I wasn't receiving good customer service and grabbed a catalogue to read whilst my bridesmaid finished trying on her dress.
The nasty woman found me again and asked if I had picked any dresses out and I explained to her there was nothing I saw that suited my taste and that I was already frustrated that she hadn't listened to my request. My experience was already ruined so I excused myself when my bridesmaid returned and we left the store, never to return. And I swear I never will go back to that store nor will I ever recommend this place to anyone else.
David's Bridal makes enough profit off the sales of their dresses to not only afford MORE staff so people don't have to wait or make appointments but I'm sure they can afford QUALITY staff - not angry, arrogant sales staff that don't have passion for their job nor understand the importance of their customers finding the right dress.
A week later, Kathy called me and left a message to say "...Sorry you FELT like you didn't receive good service...." and went on to try to get me to come back in to the store. (Yes, she did emphasize the "FELT").
News for you, Lady: I ABSOLUTELY, UNQUESTIONABLY, UNDENIABLY DID NOT RECEIVE GOOD SERVICE AND I'LL BE SPENDING MY MONEY SOMEWHERE WHERE I'M MADE TO FEEL WELCOME AND THE SALES STAFF ACTUALLY CARE ABOUT ME FINDING A DRESS I LOVE SO THEY NOT ONLY MAKE A SALE BUT I WILL RECOMMEND THEIR STORE TO OTHER BRIDES.
02/03/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I started using this cleaners because they had a drive thru and it made it much easier since I have two small children. The staff was very friendly and helpful to begin with. Then on my last trip I accidentally left my husbands wallet in his pants. I realized it and went back not even 10 minutes after I dropped the clothes off. I went in and they immediately handed my his wallet. I was very happy. But when I got in the car and handed it to my husband he opened the wallet to get a tip out for the person who found it. Only to find that a ten dollar bill was missing! We know this for a fact because he never carries cash, but had a little on him for once. So he went back in and told the person at the counter that money was missing out of his wallet. They pulled our bag and he looked in it and the money was not in there. He then said that whoever took the money can give it back no harm no foul and we would keep coming here or they could give us back our order. All they did was say oh sorry, and hand back the clothes. I am very disappointed on the type of people they have working there.