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But if said client was testy, we'd give comical warning.
Like, 'Julie, there is a woman who both looks and barks like a Pomeranian looking for a black Angels bra in a 36D.' We'd do it for laughs because every employee on headset could hear it." Julie: "Men who came into Victoria's Secret usually looked lost -- our sexy merchandise and confusing sizing isn't exactly in their wheelhouse.
Then I'd picture my next boyfriend doing the same for me.
Sure, it was my job to help them pick out ladies underwear, but these guys trusted me to help them make very personal decisions; it was flattering in a way." Brooke: "Women know the lingerie ropes and sometimes didn't want our help, while the male clientele were the easiest to upsell: 'How about a garter and thigh highs to coordinate with that corset?
I wasn't dating anyone at the time, so it was sweet to see a guy do something to make a woman feel sexy at the expense of his own comfort.
I enjoyed chatting with these men about what they thought was hot, or what their girlfriends liked, or what the special occasion was.
Most people know Victoria's Secret for employing some of the most beautiful women on the planet in pursuit of getting the rest of the women on the planet (and the men awkwardly shopping for them) to purchase various sexy underthings.
The closing shift associate zoned there had to put every last lacy corset back on a hanger and would often have to work late.
Undergarments are sexy and personal -- and clients are giving employees a peek into their personal worlds just by entering VS.
The intimacy of the experience and the store makes people feel comfortable oversharing.
On the heels of the annual lingerie extravaganza in Paris, the Brazilian supermodel stopped by our New York headquarters to catch up with Style Editor Edward Barsamian.
From how she stays VS runway–ready to what it was like to walk alongside Lady Gaga and just how many times she’s worn the Fantasy Bra, Lima answers all of our questions, including those posed by listeners at home.