The saying look before you leap comes to mind with this event. A lady ordered a beautiful wedding gown ahead of her wedding and got something not close to what she ordered.
A lot of things are going on in the society as everyone wants to take their businesses to the next level. Entrepreneurs have gotten to know that the social media is a useful tool in marketing and are striving to get the best out of it.
Online transactions should not be a big deal if the products sold are high quality goods that will make a customer beam with delight. In the case of this lady, she is distraught and confused as her wedding is in a week’s time and the dress has dashed her hopes of being a fairy bride.
Every bride looks forward to being beautiful on her wedding day; and if you have come close to being married, you will understand the levels of anxiety brides go through before the wedding eventually takes place.
The delivery of the wedding dress along with the other accessories reduce the headache of the to-be-brides as they keep wondering if it would be their perfect size and if they will look as beautiful as the model they saw it on.
The sister of the bride took to her social media page to share what happened to her sister and how disappointed they are. The lady urged online users who showcase their businesses to be honest in doing so. There is absolutely no point in adding spice to the things you sell when you know the customers will be disappointed with the order.
Wedding dresses do not have to look extravagant before they accentuate the features of the bride. The bride in this case ordered something simple even though it is unique. What was delivered was a far cry to what she saw and liked.
When did ordering become a crime? The bride’s sister who shared the story killed it by making reference to Tope Alabi’s song which is often used as the theme song for most comedy skits now.
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Many think the bride can still do something about since the gown got in a week before the wedding. Things could be a lot worse if she got it a day to the wedding or the order didn’t arrive at all. What would you do if his happened to you?