First of all let me just say that I have been to a lot of Plato's Closets, and Asheville is by far my favorite! I have 2 teen girls and ever since our first trip there 2 months ago we barely ever go to the mall. I went online to read reviews just to see what other people think about the store, and sadly only people who were not able to sell their clothing are the only ones writing reviews about this wonderful store. As for my experience, my girls and I have brought things in before and the first few times they were not able to take anything. The girl who went through my items was sweet and professional when she explained why she could not buy anything. After asking questions about the process, they helped us learn what they do and what they look for. I am learning what they like and now they take most of my items when I come in. I also want to note that I have been in the store on a busy saturday and was so impressed by how they worked to keep the store up, go through bags and bags of clothing and still have great customer service! While I can sympathize with the people who feel that their items were unjustly passed on, I understand now that it is not an easy pert of their job, but that they have rules and guidelines to follow. They have a friendly staff and a store full of great stuff. I would tell anyone to go there!
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Prices are good; clothing is organized by size and color. The staff I met seemed to have a "meh" attitude. I asked for use of their public restroom and was told they didn't have one. I'm pretty sure businesses of over 1,000 sq. feet, by law, must provide restrooms for customers. I purchased some jewelry and will visit again but suggest they improve in the customer service area. Perhaps it was just an off day for staff (it is inventory time) but Asheville is known for its Southern hospitality and this experience did not live up to my expectations. Nonetheless, I'll give the store a second chance.
Came in today and was immediately greeted very warmly by Dominic (not sure if I spelled that correctly). I shopped there and tried on clothing for the better part of an hour, and all the while Dominic and the other employees were extremely attentive and helpful. They made buying clothes (something I hate doing) a wonderful experience. It was a welcome change from usual shopping. These workers set the standard for good customer service around the clock. 5/5.
Im a professional seller. I have made $1239.70 selling 317 pieces on 17 visits, with each piece averaging $3.91. They claim to offer 30-40% cash for what they will sell each piece for. When I ask the clerk what she is selling an ítem for and what she is paying me, the % was 28-31%. One terrible customer service experience with the manager reduced my review from THREE stars to TWO.
This Asheville store has been open for over 30 years. they have the best selection of EARRINGS, fun socks, skirts, shirts, fun bags and scarves for all ages.. I always make a stop at Street Fair when i am downtown. The best smiling service in town...
I love going to Clothes Mentor on my lunch breaks. The staff is super helpful, the prices are great, and the store is clean and organized by size and color! It's like the polite, clean version of Plato's closet.
Williams-Sonoma is a nice addition to Asheville NC. The store is small and the prices are high. I'll be taking one of their technique classes next week, which sounds like fun.
I love this store! it has great service, beautiful clothes and fun jewelry and accessories! A must if you are in Asheville - stop by the Grove Arcade to check it out.
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Love this store, great sales and salespeople..eager to help and can even order from online if they do not have your size