I am an easy costumer, even if I am not sure what type of dress I want to find, as soon as I enter a shop I can figure out which pieces I should turn down and focus on the ones I consider more probable to buy. I have recently looked for a special occasion dress and paid a visit to a store that has a great variety of prom 2015 dresses and any type of outfit you can imagine.
I don’t know if you prefer to have a shop assistant next to you while you’re shopping. Personally, I feel better if I have some time on my own first and by making a tour around the store I can have an idea of what styles and colours are available, so that I can select a few dresses I would like to try on.
So, this time I went shopping as I was trying to make a little exploration, a lady who worked there insisted on suggesting me dresses that she believed would look great on me.
I had soon realised that I would reject longer gowns and I would search for a short or midi dress. And by coincidence almost all the dresses I liked were pink and had a princess style!
That’s why I didn’t like the fact that the saleswoman showed me different styles and colours that I hadn’t even imagined I would wear.
I picked three of the pink dresses that caught my eye and just because I wanted to be polite and not insult the shop assistant I accepted to take with me in the changing room a not so princess dress in lime and black & white combination. It wasn’t only the colour of the dress that made me dislike it, but it also looked like a sack.
I started trying the pink dresses on one after the other and the truth is that while I wasn’t disappointed with my choices, I didn’t really feel I had found THE dress.
Then it was the turn of the green dress. While I was putting it on in the fitting room I was wondering why there was some pressure on me to try it on. Was there a flaw I hadn’t seen and they wanted to get rid of it? And it was the only dress I noticed didn’t have a price tag on as the rest of the discount prom dresses.