We all know the Gap, but what we don't all know is which one is best to go to so we don't waste our time. In my opinion, the Gap at Bellevue Square offers the best selection of clothes, both on sale and not, at good prices. I don't really know why I feel this way, but I've just found consistently good deals at this location.
I have been going to The Gap since highschool, and it is always a good place to go for basics: jeans, tees, khaki's, etc. These are the types of things I wear on a daily basis. However, I now go to Old Navy first since it is cheaper. If I want better quality and jeans that don't fade so fast, I go to the Gap.
For my new baby, I love Baby Gap - it is especially fun to find great deals on the sale items. I get so tired of Carter's, which is cute but has a monopoly on baby clothes. I find the Baby Gap clothes refreshing.
We love to shop at the Gap. If we need clothes to wear to a special occassion or just to sit around the house, we can find them here. The prices are great, and you can't beat something like that. I think the clothing is of better quality than Old navy. I also think their selection is much better than old navy. Not to mention it's not as over crowded, and customer service is great.
I love the Gap. The prices are great, and I can always find something that looks cute on my son. I like that I can find the right clothing for the right occassion. The price is right on this clothing. I don't have to worry about my son ruining his clothes so much because I find such great bargains on them. It's nice also that they often have the same stylesof clothing in mens, womens, and childrens, so It's very easy to get some matching outfits for pictures or just for fun.
In my opinion, The Gap is just a high priced Old Navy. For those who feel like paying 50 bucks for a pair of Khaki Pants.. then great.. But if you are on a budget and want a cute outfit.. The Gap may not be the best place for you. The selection is poor.. The sales people.. Snooty.. Save your money and go somewhere else..
I may be in the minority with my opinion but the Gap is no good. The commercials really do it for me. Cheesy and bland, just like the clothes they sell. They are overpriced as well. The men's stuff is mainly what I am talking about. The clothes have been the same for at least five years in a row. Gap! Please explore the men's section and see for yourself. Until this is resolved, I will not shop at the Gap.
The Gap is the one store that I guarantee I will find something I can't live without every time I walk in there. Also, it's the one store that has jeans that fit me perfectly. This location is a bit small, but for a mall store, it's not too bad. They havee clothing that is in-style for both men and women. My only dislike about the store is that they tend to have quite conservative clothing. Not much color or print from there.
The Gap is a relatively easy clothing store to get in, shop, purchase and get out. No patience? No problem. You can see the limits of the store before you step inside. The merchandise is simple, straightforward, and there's usually something decent in clearance section to save you little extra dough. While the staff is generally friendly and helpful, I offer this locale four stars for frequent customer negligence.