Well, I guess I should clarify this. I spent 10 euros at Monoprix. What’s Monoprix you ask? Well, I had been told that Monoprix was the French version of Target. It’s a French department store that is all over the country. It looks like this:
I recently returned from a trip to Europe and while I was there, I was more than excited to check out this chain. But I have to say I was a little dismayed by the two stores I went into. The store I visited in Paris was small, had a food market on the lower level and women’s clothes and accessories on the main floor. The clothing section had some good deals, but it was a mess and I really didn’t see anything worth trying on. #disappointed
The second store was much larger, but I had only a few minutes to get what I needed. And what was that, you ask?
We had forgotten our nail tools at home, so I needed to get an extra set. These two items totalled €10. I’m not sure about you, but it seemed like a lot to me.
So, although I didn’t get to really experience the French Target, I got the feeling it did not have the deals and selection that the real Target has. Did I mention I’m still sad that Target left Canada?