Popular Nigerian comedienne, Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha, who is better known as Warri Pikin, had rocked a gorgeous orange mini dress for her birthday photoshoot, and it got people gushing over with love.
Well, it didn't take long before a fan jumped on the look but in a different version.
The lady reminded many internet users about the importance of having a good designer in your corner as the dress recreation she got, in the end, was mindblowing.
Although she opted for a black version of the look, everything from the cut and fitting was perfect on the equally curvy babe!
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Several internet users were impressed by the look and took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
Read comments below:
"E over deliver."
"When you order with same figure , complete yards of material and complete payment."
"Delivery way better."
"Delivery is top notch. Fitting and neatness of the job tailor pass tailor."
"She delivered and made it hers love it."
"U can’t go wrong with black, never."
Lady receives poorly-tailored dress
When it comes to constant things in life, tailors disappointing their clients is one that comes top on that list and this appears to be the case for a lady who wanted a cute ankara dress.
What should have been yet another fashionista slaying in a cute and flirty lace-up ankara mini dress ended in tears when she received her outfit from the tailor.
In a DM shared by @asoebi_styles on Instagram, the lady had ordered a fitted dress with caped shoulders.
However, what she got, in the end, was an ill-fitted dress with oversize cape detailing around the shoulders.
Lady disappointed with online order
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.