A Cork girl who by chance left the costume she was to put on to her daughter’s marriage ceremony on the practice from Dublin is now desperately looking for the whereabouts of her ‘dream outfit.’
UCC Youth and Group pupil Leitita Hill traveled house to Cork from Dublin yesterday and he or she believes she left the costume behind within the overhead cupboard space.
She and her daughter purchased the particular costume in February, when the pair visited Brown Thomas in Dublin and noticed the gorgeous pink Hobbs quantity which retails for round €250.
Leitita had gone again to Dublin, the place her daughter lives, bringing the costume to underwear retailer Peaches and Cream with a purpose to buy the “proper underwear to go along with it.”
She defined she wanted to strive on the costume whereas underwear purchasing to keep away from any “lumps and bumps beneath it.”
After Leitita arrived house to Cork, it was solely when she was heading to the mattress when she realized she had left the practice empty-handed.
“Completely exhausted, I used to be on my approach up the steps and I spotted ‘The place’s my costume?’,” the pissed off mom informed RTE Radios’ Liveline on Wednesday.
Together with her daughter’s marriage ceremony deliberate for Thursday 12th Could, she mentioned she is determined to get the mother-of-the-bride frock again.
“I flew into Kent station right here in Cork,” she mentioned, “Nevertheless it wasn’t handed in.”
Leitita mentioned she has spent the morning “ringing up the nation” in an try to trace down her valuable robe.
She informed Joe Duffy that the costume is her “excellent match, that is why I am so upset that it is gone lacking.”
“I would not even know the place to start out,” she mentioned, saying she would not wish to change her dream outfit.
The costume is a pale pink shift costume – the Ana shift costume, designed by Hobbs of London and Leitita mentioned that she hasn’t been capable of finding one other on-line.
“I used to be up all night time looking out, however they do not have it in a measurement 12,” she defined.
Leitita went into Brown Thomas right here in Cork this morning to attempt to discover a substitute, to no avail.
“Iarnród Éireann have been very useful, however, you recognize, it wasn’t handed in,” mentioned Leitita,
“It is one among these clothes that you just’d solely put on for an event, so I wish to imagine it is no use to anybody else.”
She added that if she noticed somebody in Cork carrying the costume that she would “most likely” be suspicious and ask if it was hers.
The pink costume was in a pink present bag and Leitita is definite that there isn’t any approach somebody may have grabbed it by mistake.
“However the factor is, I do know I used to be the final off the practice, so it could’ve both gone again to Dublin, and I’ve tried (ringing) totally different stations alongside the best way, in case any individual obtained it and obtained off alongside that approach.”