– A Nigerian lady has taken to Twitter to narrate how the clothing she had ordered didn’t match what she got
– The lady @Iambnnah said the clothing that was delivered to her fell short of her expectations
– While some tweeps praised her tailor for knowing her onions, others chided as, according to them, her shape didn’t fit what she had ordered
A Nigerian lady has expressed dissatisfaction at the wear her tailor designed for her.
In a tweet she made, @Iambnnah stated that though she was grateful for the design of the outfit, it still didn’t match the one she had ordered.
In her tweet, she posted the orange clothing she had ordered on the left frame and was putting on the one her tailor delivered her in the other frame.
Many argued that she didn’t have the shape like the one she ordered, others took her side and chided the tailor whose identity wasn’t revealed.
Legit.ng has compiled some reactions below:
“I’d be dissatisfied if I got this,the size and curve of the flower is different,the sleeves are different, the tail and flare and of the gown is totally different. The gown is beautiful no doubt,but it’s definitely not the exact replica of the picture she gave the tailor, simple!”
“Do you have the shape to wear the first dress? You cannot use Toolz shape to wear a Rihanna’s kinda dress. The tailor knows what is best for you. So thank her and move on.”
“Your frame is better or looks better. What don’t you like about it? (Asking to learn).”
“Yours is finer but your shape spoilt the Tailor’s work. You don’t have the appropriate shape to bring out the beauty of the cloth just like frame A.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady shared her bad online shopping experience as the outfit she ordered online wasn’t the same with what she got.
In a Twitter post on Tuesday, December 22, which is a quoted tweet of an earlier post she made on the platform, the lady lamented the fact that she got an entirely different thing from the piece she ordered online.
@sisi_alagbeoko wondered if many do not fear God in their dealings with people. The frustrated lady, feeling dejected, said she is never buying anything online again.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students’ Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2