Yet another shocking case of ‘what I ordered versus what I got’ has left a lady pretty much speechless, much to the amusement of internet users.
What was meant to be a purchase of a stylish dress from an online store turned out to be a huge disappointment to a lady identified as Temí Tayo Femi.
Taking to Facebook, Temi shared photos of herself in a white dress which did nothing to flatter her silhouette.
While the dress looked a bit funny and ill-fitted, the magnanimity of the online order fiasco becomes more pronounced when you take a look at what Temi had originally paid for online.
While hers looked unflattering on her, the modelled look was pretty stylish and more fitted on the model.
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Temi who took several unsmiling photos of herself in the dress - perhaps in a bid to show just how unimpressed she was with her dress - shared the photos on her page, much to the amusement of others.
Check it out below:
However, while some believe it to be quite different from what was advertised, others were of the opinion that the only difference between the two dresses were the body shapes of the women in them.
Check out some comments below:
"Its thesame... Wear better bra.... And order a size before this. You'll get what you wanted. But mind you... Its won't fit you exactly like the model.... Cos of the different body type."
"Use tummy wrap hold ur waist. Buy better foam , push up bra, then iron am, do make up , set iphone, wear bob weavon, then snap again let's judge properly."
"Iron the cloth first make we see."
"Stand well then park your bress up e go fine."
"See as she be like ghost wey dey angered."
Blezz Osi Ruki:
"Try wear heels and then cross your leg, if possible hold phone use do."
"I’m sorry but this is funny. The dress be like costume for kingdom dance. Just wear white hand gloves fess."
Akeem Ja Mal:
"Lemme guess, The plastic chair wey dey ur back, U break am for the tailor head"
Steven Keneth Chinonye:
"Be like choir dress. Or these calisthenics dress for primary school."
Another online order fiasco
In yet another online shopping disappointment story, internet users shared their thoughts on what could have possibly gone wrong with the order.
In this story, 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.
However, what came in the delivery package was not what she had hoped for.