I love Target. I do. Partially for their wonderful popcorn deal that keeps my children entertained for the entire shopping trip and also because they have great stuff. Am I right?
NOW, I understand that you can't please everyone, but sometimes you can, especially when it's flat out logical! For example, I'm shopping for shoes...I'm in DESPARATE need of shoes. And I find an adorable pair staring me right in the face. So, naturally I bend down to grab a pair in my size and to my DISMAY I'm seeing 10-12's. As I continue to scan the rack, I discover that the 5 & 6's are on the very top rack---like 3' above me.
Any normal person would have walked away or even thought to ask a clerk for help, but I was frustrated and when I get frustrated I don't think straight. So with one foot on the bottom rack and the other foot climbing the shopping cart, I am able to pull the box just enough, jump down and still manage to catch the shoes. And well, they don't fit.
I continued on down each aisle looking at all of the adorable shoes, but guess what? I didn't try anything else on because I was so discouraged with their organization...no wait, that's a lie. I did try on another pair IN THE KIDS SECTION...my size was on the bottom there, but I was a little blinded by the sparkles, so I didn't buy those either.
So my point is that typically shorter people wear the smaller shoes and taller people wear larger shoes, so wouldn't it make sense to put the smaller shoes on the bottom?
I'm just saying...