The store is filled to capacity, and my first impression left me feeling as if I was shopping in a thrift store. There are rows and rows of clothes, shoes, handbags and even toiletries. You can buy sheets, towels, lingerie and most anything you'd need, but those things may not be of the best quality.
One of the draw-backs is the fact that everything is packed. You may need to dig, pull and tug in order to see the price on anything. The employees will be up front, so there will be no one around to help you out. At Ross Dress for Less, you will be on your own, so it's a good place to go if you like shopping alone.
It seems to me that the shopping experience depends on what day you go. Some days the store is filled with good deals, but on other days it seems that everything appears to be, "a hand-me-down." If you are patient and willing to give Ross Dress for Less another try, who knows what treasure you will find.