So. Okay. So. I’m really excited. I ordered that dress from eShakti and it was too big.
So I went to the mall last night after work and got a different dress. It was one of those “walk into Dillard’s, spot the dress, get really excited, grab it, try on 8 other dresses just to make sure there’s nothing better, but ultimately know that my heart is already set on the dress I looked at to begin with that fits like a glove and makes me super happy because I don’t have to wear a bra with it” kinda moments.
It was $80. More than I would have liked to spend, but I was in love. I walked up to the lovely woman behind the counter who said, “I think this should be on sale.” She scanned it. $53!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was so excited. And then it made it even better because I didn’t have shoes to match the dress–duh. So I went downstairs, found some shoes for $30!!!!!!! and now I’m just damn excited.
I will not post pictures of the dress because I do not want you to see it until after I’ve worn it.
This happens to me a lot. When I bought my Michael Kors purse, it jumped up $80 the very next day. I got the last hotel room in Cincinnati for The Requiem Project for the lowest price. It happened with my dress. It happened with my shoes.
Tonight, I will buy a lottery ticket.