Yesterday I went to Macys to purchase the new Dooney Hayden bag. When I went up to the counter to pay, the woman behind the counter said "WOW!" I wasn't sure what she meant by that until she continued with "I personally don't like those bags. How can you justify $500.00 for that? Do you really think it is worth it?" Shocked by what she had said and the way she had said it, I answered "yes". I have loved this bag since I saw it in a magazine. It gets worse. Then she says, "You must have a husand. I don't have a husband or a boyfriend, so I could never do that. That is half of my rent." It was a really weird and akward situation. I walked out of the store feeling really down when I thought I would be really excited about my new purchase. I am wondering if i should contact Macys and let them know what happened. This woman was working in the handbag department of a store where they sell more expensive bags than my Dooney. I thought it was rude of her to give such a strong opinion to a customer who was buying something from her. Apparently, they don't work on commission. I am not saying she should like the bag. I realize different people have different taste, but as a Macys representative, I think she was a little out of line. What should I do?