Disastrous Blue Dress Blunder Stirs Hilarious Reactions From Netizens: “I Did Not Want to Laugh, But Yoh”
- A designer is trending online after sharing a picture of the dress her client ordered versus what she received from the company she bought the garment from
- In a clip shared online, the woman, who was tasked with altering the gown, showed a stunning, figure-hugging dress as what her client ordered
- But instead, what the poor lady received was a misshapen blunder of a dress that seemed unsalvageable
A designer has taken to social media to post a video showing the dress her client ordered, presumably online, and what she received instead.
In a classic case of, ‘what I ordered versus what I got’, in the snap of what the lady ordered, a gorgeous, silky, skinned-tight dress could be seen.
However, what the lady got instead was a blue bunder that looked nothing like the garment she had ordered.
The designer, who shared the video on TikTok, has been tasked with salvaging the gown as best she can.
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Here is the clip, shared by tasmerdesigns:
Tiktokkers laughed hard at the dress disaster
Social media users could not help but giggle at the blue blunder that the designer was meant to fix.
Legit.ng compiled some of the funniest and most engaging reactions:
“I didn’t want to laugh, but yoh.”
“Tailors and hairdressers will never see the gates of heaven.”
“What a mess. It’s not even close to the first pic. Did she use her hands?”
Lindieloraine could not help but giggle at the predicament:
“Don't mean to laugh. Ask for a refund.”
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When you order things online, you run the risk of receiving something you never expected.
Some of the funniest posts on social media are the 'what I ordered vs what I got' pics peeps share.