Fullerton Shopping

  • Ross Store, Fullerton, CA
    Ross Store, Fullerton, CA
    by marinarena
  • Big Shoes to Fill
    Big Shoes to Fill
    by RblWthACoz

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  • Capri Shoes: Do you need clown shoes?

    by RblWthACoz Updated May 1, 2006

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    Big Shoes to Fill

    I discovered this place while roaming around. The HUGE clown shoes in the window caught my eye and I wandered in. They actually make these shoes and supply Disney with virtually all their clown and clown-like shoes. They also make and sell many other hand made shoes - some for street wear and others for theatre use - though none as interesting as the clown shoes I say.

    Check their website and gallery of pics out. There are a lot of funny shoes to see.

    What to buy: Clown shoes...red noses sold separately.

    What to pay: several hundred for clown shoes

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    Ross: You must "get it" and this Ross!

    by marinarena Updated Jun 28, 2005
    Ross Store, Fullerton, CA

    Wow, I don't like to promote a big chain store usually because the giants don't really need it BUT...the Ross store in Fullerton, in the Amerige Heights area, is one worth mentioning as a tip.

    For those who are not "in-the-know", Ross is a discount store that features mostly clothing and clothing accesories for women, men and kids and general home decor- all of designer and well-known makers. Generally, the sale prices are considerably good as items are marked signifcantly off of original retail prices. However, the quality of the store itself is a bit, well, mediocre as many items are out of place, half broken, damaged, defective or have a kind of safety issue. Also, i find the many Ross stores are so congested with product that a shopper becomes overwhelm by the store.

    Howevre, this Ross located on Malvern Ave is like a shopper's paradise. Cheap prices are in abundance throughout the store. Quality items are elegantly displaced on shelves and on racks for shoppers to see and go through.

    The only problem here is finding a cart big enough to hold everything inside!!

    What to buy: Jeans are an especially good buy here. The styles are new and varied, and out terribly out of season. Well, jeans never really go out of season anyway, that is, unless we're mentioning bell bottoms! Misses/junior girl jeans are constantly $12-$20 instead of $40+!

    What to pay: prices varies of course depending on the item but I'll do an example here of a purchase that I have done:

    2 photo albums, $4.99 and $6.99 (instead of $8 and $10)
    miniature chair (like for a doll) $4.99 (instead of $20!)
    little "shabby chic" frame w/shelf attached $6.99 (instead of $20!) ...

    now, here's the best deal of all :

    a pair of pink/floral pump shoes $10. 99(instead of $45.00)
    OK, now figure in Orange county tax of 7.75 percent and you do the math on my total and savings of this particular shopping outing!

    Related to:
    • Women's Travel
    • Family Travel
    • Budget Travel

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