This is the kind of customer service we need!
An AliExpress customer asked an online seller for proper pictures of his dresses, instead of the stock images provided on his page. The man, known as Shop739960 Store, surprised her by sending photos of him modelling the dresses!
The original pictures were posted in a Facebook group called “ALIEXPRESS AND EBAY LOVERS” by user Andreea Patriche but was reposted on Reddit.
According to the post, the user was browsing AliExpress for Gidion’s selection of formal evening dresses from China which cost as low as $101 (RM418), as reported by Daily Mail.
In her post, she said,
“I found a shop that sold prom dresses and wedding dresses so I asked for real photos rather than stock photos and the seller sent me these (photos) of him trying them on.”
The online seller rocked the bejewelled backless chiffon dresses in several different colours, showing them off to the camera.
The post received quite a lot of attention, with over 500 comments.
Honestly tho, these dresses are gorgeous!
Regardless, we appreciate his efforts and wish him all the best in his business!
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