A former Victoria’s Secret employee has revealed the one thing customers must stop doing in fitting rooms.
Makenzie Marshall, who posts on TikTok using the handle @makenzie.marshall, shared what makes store employees uncomfortable in a recent video.
“I used to work in the fitting rooms at Victoria’s Secret and help people get fitted for bras,” Makenzie explained in the video.
“I just have to let you in on a little secret – we can prepare you for bras with your clothes on.
“When you’ve seen a pair of t*ts, you’ve seen them all, so it’s no big deal, but everyone willingly takes them off and you’re like, ‘Oh, excuse me.’
Makenzie ended her video by saying that despite the rather awkward moment, she loved her job because it allows her to boost the confidence of others.
“But I have to say, it never gets any easier trying to play jiu-jitsu with a tape measure and a pair of 82-year-olds.”
Previously, a Marshall’s employee revealed the three questions she gets asked all the time that absolutely annoy her.
Taking part in a TikTok trend where she took a look at her job, she laid out the different questions she’s asked on a daily basis – and the answers she’s forced to give.
The employee, who will remain anonymous to protect her identity, revealed that she would constantly be asked whether or not she worked there.
Marshalls employees are required to wear a lanyard with the store’s name on it to make them identifiable.
She will sarcastically tell people that she just likes to hang out willingly in locker rooms.
Another question that is asked is whether several people can use the same dressing room – the answer is no.
Apparently she also gets asked by women if she can watch her kids while they try on clothes – another question she always shrugs off.
And a former HomeGoods employee revealed that sometimes returns slip through the cracks, and people could be bringing back something they never bought there.
A few days ago, a lifestyle blogger took to TikTok to claim to have found a “vintage” vase at HomeGoods that had previously been purchased at a garage sale, thrift store, or thrift store. occasion
She even found evidence of an old sticker from the previous store that claimed it only cost $1.
In response to her video, a father from New York claimed that this kind of thing tends to happen a lot.
“What people do is they go to HomeGoods, they go shopping, they come back to their house, they find something around,” he began to explain.
“They’re going to peel off that HomeGoods sticker, put it on the thing around their house, go back to HomeGoods and get their money back.
“This has been happening at HomeGoods, Marshall’s, TJMaxx for years because these stories have such huge inventories and the employees have no way of keeping track of all the actual products that the stores carry, so 99 percent of the time , profits fall through the cracks. and it is very bad!”