It wasn't Julie: "Our managers would hover over us to make sure we asked every single person who entered our store, 'Are you shopping with your Angel Card today?
' And if the client said 'no,' we had to push it three more times.
I remember one mom was shopping for Pink sweats to surprise her daughter because she had just gotten into college -- coincidentally, the school I went to. Connect with us and keep our jobs interesting -- putting sensors on bras all day gets mind-numbing!
We're talking girls conducting lingerie photo shoots. There's no way that would happen at The Gap -- Victoria's Secret's innate sex appeal makes people extra frisky.There's a reason you have to be 18 to work there." Cassandra: "It was too close for comfort at times -- some women had NO shame.They'd be ass naked and call you into their 2x4 rooms, ask for a bra measurement with their boobs out (something that's supposed to be done clothed), then have you watch as they tried on 10 different styles of lingerie.Such experiences left me with a vehement fear of being touched by strangers." Julie: "It was unbelievable how much expensive merchandise was just carelessly left in piles on the fitting-room floors.
The closing shift associate zoned there had to put every last lacy corset back on a hanger and would often have to work late.I wasn't dating anyone at the time, so it was sweet to see a guy do something to make a woman feel sexy at the expense of his own comfort.