He had given her incorrect change the previous visit. Change worth way more than the dress was worth.
It says she went in to buy a dress then says she bought 'the outfit'. In some places that means she bought a dress, in others it means she bought the shop. Was she returning a dress or the shop?
Or, she is related to the Shop owner (wife?) and didn't pay retail in the first place.
Or, she is wearing the dress and so how could she be dissatisfied with it?
Or, it was part of the "Empress' New Clothes" line and there's nothing really to return.
Edited by mehaul (Sun Mar 06 2011 05:05 PM)
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