- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to share a photo of a dress she got from her tailor
- The Twitter user, @Endsarsinngnow, shared the photo of the dress she wanted alongside the poor imitation she got
- In her post, she said she thought people were joking about their tailor experiences until it happened to her
When it comes to looking fabulous and stylish in locally produced outfits, a highly-skilled tailor is germane in making sure every outfit comes out a hit and not a miss as is the case in this story.
On yet another episode of 'what I ordered vs what I got', a Twitter user, @Endsarsinngnow, was left gobsmacked when she received a dress she had commissioned her tailor to make.
Her astonishment came from the fact that - just like many other people - what she had ordered was not what she got in the end.
What was meant to be a short white flair dress with a plunging neckline turned out the exact opposite.
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Sharing the photos of the two not-so-similar dresses, she wrote:
"Thought y’all was always joking about what you ordered vs what you got until it eventually happened to me...I can’t cry."
The tailor when confronted with the issue, stated she would make the dress better by 'God's grace'.
See post below:
The post gathered numerous reactions from many internet users who found the situation hilarious and likened her outfit to that of a white garment church member. Others described it as a classic Nollywood 'ghost outfit'.
See reactions below:
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While technology and social media have made shopping easier for many people, there are still the downsides to it and this includes not getting exactly what you want from some of these stores.
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Twitter user, Nathi Mapekula, got many people cracking their ribs when she shared a photo of a dress she had ordered alongside a dress she got instead.
In the photos seen, she had ordered a red mono strap dress with a high opening on the side. What she got, however, was a poor imitation of the dress in the photo that was ill-fitted.
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