I decided on a sparkly party dress for my bachelorette party, but what came out looked like a school craft project

Ordering a dress online without being able to see it in person is always a risk.

But when a bride-to-be came across her dream bachelorette party dress, she was willing to take the risk.

Tin thought she ordered a statement sparkly dress for her bachelorette party

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Tin thought she ordered a statement sparkly dress for her bachelorette partyPhoto credit: TikTok/@tin.genabe
The bride-to-be was shocked at the dress that arrived

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The bride-to-be was shocked at the dress that arrivedPhoto credit: TikTok/@tin.genabe

Unfortunately it didn’t pay off…

The woman, named Tin, who hails from the US and posts under the acronym @tin.genabe, took to TikTok and shared a snap of the striking plunging mink sequined dress she thought she ordered.

The stunning gown featured feather trim detailing and seemed the perfect choice for such a special occasion.

So imagine Tin’s surprise when the dress that emerged was almost entirely unrecognizable.

Instead, she received a very simple, cheap-looking version, with just a few sparse feathers scattered throughout.

In the caption, the bride-to-be commented on how the dress looked like it was made as part of a school craft project.

The post has since garnered a whopping 148,000 views and has been inundated with comments from amused social media users.

“Maybe they’ll ship the bottom half separately,” joked one.

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A second remarked: “The feathers!” followed by several crying face emojis.

A third penned: “Oh man!”

In response, Tin commented, “My exact reaction… Lol!”

Meanwhile, another quipped, “You’ve got your feathers.”

Another advised: “Hear me!

“Take down the existing feathers and add more gems and better ostrich feathers!

“Definitely have an OK base.”

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/6034760/forked-out-party-dress-looked-like-school-craft-project/ I decided on a sparkly party dress for my bachelorette party, but what came out looked like a school craft project

Jessica MacLeish

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