I don't know why I bought a $100+ Talalula sweater when I knew it was cheap quality. Most of the clothing at this store is WAAAAY overpriced. The first time wearing the sweater it piled along the slides and the sides of the arms! Not to mention the sales staff is not friendly AT. ALL! I've been in several Artizia stores and they are all like that. I think it's a job requirement to have a b@!%h... more
After receiving yet another brand new piece of clothing with a HOLE in it, I'm ready to say "goodbye" to Aritzia.
Looking back, I should have known when stepping into the store to cold stares and attitudes from the staff (mainly in the Robson Street location). No worries, I thought, they have an online store.
"Aritzia's clothing is SO beautiful!" my friends touted. So me and my credit card... more
I always tell myself that I'm not going to shop here, but I always somehow end up here! It can get a little crazy in here as many shops that cater to a younger female crowd can, but I find the staff to be pretty patient and helpful.
Most of the quality is pretty good, and they have a lot of classic styles as well as the trend of the day type stuff. I don't know what it is, but a lot of the... more
An attractive showcase for quality career and club wear, as well as local and imported glam accessories. Lots of petites. Mid-range prices.
Aritzia offers these services: clothing, woman, women's, women's clothing.
This local boutique chain is a good place to go if you're young, female, and have pockets fat with cash. This trendy store carries the latest styles in youthful clothes, both casual and dressy, as well as shoes, accessories and bags. Talula Babaton, Kookai, Free People and Parallel are just some of the labels available. It's not super expensive, but it's definitely getting up there! It is a... more