Going to try on my wedding dress, all purty and just delivered to the store, and finding that it's kind of... the wrong dress. I think.
Each dress is made to order, designed to fit your measurements and specifications. The first thing I noticed when the dress came out of the bag was that it had a train. I had requested no train. Then it wouldn't zip, which sucked, because I have been working really, really hard to stay the same size. We took it off, measured me again, double-checked the purchase order, and found my measurements are exactly the same. (breathes sigh of relief). Then we measured the dress and found the circumference of the bustline was five inches smaller than my measuremant and the number on the purchase order.
HA! HA HA HA- hurk! *splat.*
The ladies at the store got on the phone and went very politely but firmly BANANAS on my behalf. The most likely scenario is that there is a woman in a dressing room somewhere going, "Wow! I lost a lot of weight in my boobs! That's weird, my bra size is the same...um, wasn't this supposed to have a chapel-length train?!?!"
The sales rep for the designer swore on a stack of Bibles that there would be a replacement dress at the store in two weeks.
So... that was fun!