Nigerians have reacted to a trendy photo collage of what a lady paid her tailor for and what she received in the end. The end result has left people with mixed feelings.
The disappointment that comes with not getting what you commissioned your tailor or designer to make is certainly how this lady felt after seeing her dress.
What was meant to be a fitted corset dress with satin detailing turned out to be something reminiscent of old school sleepwear.
Although the replicated dress was worn over a mannequin, it lacked the fitting around the waist and bust that was supposed to be there.
See photos below:
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Reactions from netizens
While some believed the dress to be hideous and funny looking, others said it was likely to take shape once the owner puts it on.
Check out some comments below:
"Evening gown turned to nightgown."
"She should go for fitting and wear it first,I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it."
"I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the dress most of these dresses we see on mannequins they’re usually pinned with peg to show the fitting."
"Ewoooo...no be shimmy be this."
"They should start tagging price with these orders oooo. What I ordered 120k what they got 2k5 You get what you pay for."
"The person should wear it first and use peg to hold it at the back."
"No corset ohh."
"The owner has not worn it yet naaaa..maybe, just maybe."
Another online order gone wrong
In yet another online shopping disappointment story, internet users shared their thoughts on what could have possibly gone wrong with the order.
If you thought that the only thing constant in life is change then you most definitely thought wrong. Standing tall beside change is the online shopping disappointments alongside 'breakfasts' served by tailors.
In this story, however, the focus is on online vendors marketing things they do not have in store.
Entrepreneur, Hustlersquare shared a post about a lady who had ordered a dress online with the intention of wearing it to a wedding ceremony that she was supposed to attend.