My daughter got dress-coded for wearing a mini dress – I'm furious and the designer owes me a refund | The Sun

A WOMAN’S daughter has gotten dress-coded for wearing a mini dress and furiously asked for a refund from the designer.

Vanilla Bella Boutique is known for creating gorgeous dresses and featuring the products on its TikTok profile, which has more than 655,000 followers.

The brand shared a bizarre interaction it had with a customer who was upset after their daughter purchased one of the dresses and got in trouble for wearing it at school.

The boutique read out the interaction in a video, showing off one of the dresses.

“My daughter ordered from you without my permission and got dress coded,” said the angry customer.

The boutique’s owner responded: “Oh no, I’m so sorry! If you send it back, we can refund you!”

However, the customer said that the issue wasn’t about the refund but about the fact that the daughter was dress coded for wearing the mini dress to class.

“I’m extremely sorry that happened,” said the owner. “Most of our mini dresses are intended to be worn for special events or going out.”

The customer continues with their complaint, asking the owner why they sold those kinds of dresses in the first place.

“You should’ve asked my daughter for my ID when she ordered,” said the customer.

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The owner explained that since Vanilla Bella Boutique is an online business and the card went through for the purchase, there was no need to ask for an ID.

The customer says their daughter ordered the dress on her own card but says the brand shouldn’t be selling “those revealing dresses like that.”

The video ended with the brand asking its audience: “What do you guys think?”

With more than 2,000 comments, several viewers shared their own opinions to the customer’s complaint.

“You can sell whatever you want and if the lady doesn’t like it well then they can go to another store,” wrote one person.

“Sounds like this lady is yelling at the wrong person!” wrote another.

A third person wrote: “Bro the way you even offered a refund. So nice and yet they still find a way to have a problem.”

Others wondered how the mother didn’t see her daughter with the dress before she got in trouble at school.

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“Did the momma not see her child walk out the house like that?” asked one viewer.

Another said: “If the daughter is old enough to have her own card, she’s old enough to know not to wear it to school.” 

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