- 6 years ago
Logically I know there is nothing that can be done about this and that it is not that big of a deal but combined with my other stress this event is just irritating me out the door today.
I am leaving in 7 days for Colorado to meet my since birth best friend and basically sister. We are great friends and I love her. Saturday night we are going out with a lot of her friends and mine from there to celebrate my engagement. I searched and searched until I found an amazing dress for this girls night out. I ordered it last week from Amazon and paid for 1 day shipping. For days it said ‘shipping soon’. Finally last night I emailed a polite letter asking when it would be sent and to please let me know as I have to have it by the 10th (flight is the 11th). I get an email back this morning that the dress is backordered and it wont be sent to me until the 14th. NOWHERE on the page did it warn this dress is backordered nor did I get an email as to such until I asked AFTER paying 1 day shipping. I asked them to cancel my order nicely and they did. I’m just annoyed. Okay so my friend is gorgeous, she’s 5’11 and usually wears heels when we go out. She always gets all of the attention, and this time I ordered an amazing dress and was prepared to go out with her and our friends and now I have to either find something else and order 1 day shipping which I haven’t been able to find another dress I like as much or hope I can find something in my wardrobe to do the job. I have a lot of very pretty dresses but this one that I ordered was beautiful. It was plain but just cut gorgeously. It was a long maxi dress, black and backless. Not trashy backless but man it was beautiful. Kind of perfect for a girls night out, wear the long dress and a pair of sandals and be comfortable and beautiful. Argh I’m so frustrated. All of my dresses are tea length and very poppy day time dresses. I don’t really have anything long and slinky. I can wear a tea length dress out with them but I guess my heart was set on that LBD. I kind of want to shake Amazon a little.