Several internet users have been left amused by the alleged amount a client offered to pay a tailor for a lace dress she saw online.
More often than not, we see stories of disappointed clients sharing photos of badly tailored dresses they often claim to have paid hefty amounts to their dressmakers for.
However, not so many people get to hear the tailor or vendor's side of the story.
Well, it appears this would have been just another case of 'what I ordered versus what I got' if the tailor was mischievous enough to take the job.
In a post shared by @ms_asoebi, a tailor shared a video of a lace dress with fringe and applique embellishments that a client asked her to recreate for the sum of N5,000.
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The tailor asked in amusement:
"How is that possible na?"
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Check out some comments from people who are of the opinion that the client offered a rather small amount for the dress which they believe to be much more expensive.
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"5k no even buy the fringes. Later now, they will start what I orders versus what I got."
"That fringe alone is more than 10k not to talk of the appliqués and others."
"You will hear them saying “is it not just straight gown”."
"They will now come with what I ordered vs what I got."
"No be juju be that."
"Na so then dey price our work as e easy to sew now way materials don over cost self."
"She should add extra 5k for the customer for transport for her to go to the original designer DEAR OWAMBE GOERS STOP DOING THIS TO DESIGNERS."
"Maybe she wan buy everything come and want you to just sew as a friend."
"Some people should fear God na."
Online order fiasco
Yet another shocking case of ‘what I ordered versus what I got’ 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.