My awful prom dress left me in tears – I had it made specially abroad but it looked NOTHING like my request

FOR many high school students, prom is an especially big deal.

It's a special night to dress to the nines, but one young woman was left in tears by her prom night look.


A student from the U.K. named Rachel wrote in a video that she had her prom dress specially made in Nigeria.

However, the final product was not what she was hoping for.

Rachel had asked for a red gown that included an intricate beaded design, a long train, and big ruffles on one side.

But the picture the tailor had sent to Rachel of the finished product looked vastly different than the dress Rachel had initially sent.

Instead, her dress had a large sequin pattern that was completely different than what Rachel had asked for.

It was also a darker shade of red and was not as form-fitting as the dress Rachel had wanted.

In the comment section, people were in agreement that the dress did not measure up to Rachel's wishes.

One person wrote: "Praying it’s just the lighting bestie."

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Another added: "Girl I am so sorry."

"I’m crying for you?! What the h*** is this," a third comment read.

Someone else pointed out that the dress Rachel wanted would have been very expensive to make and wrote: "That first one is probably like $10k AT LEAST, I hate to say it but you get what you pay for," to which Rachel replied: "It was just rushed because of short notice."

Thankfully in a subsequent video, Rachel revealed that the dress was a bit better in person than it was in pictures.

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She said: "I'll give it to them, the dress was incomplete and there were still adjustments to be made at the top of the dress."

Rachel then revealed the final look and said: "The color is a lot better in proper lighting, obviously it's not quite what I wanted…"


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