Woman Interrupts Teens’ Conversation in Store After Hearing Girl’s ‘Vile’ Remark

Have you ever heard a stranger say something you really didn’t agree with but bit your tongue because you didn’t know the person?

Well, this woman interrupted a teen’s conversation in store after she heard the girl’s “vile” remark…

Fashion stylist Susie Hasler, who has an Instagram account called Styled By Susie, had a little something to say to an unsupportive person she passed in a clothing store.

When Susie was shopping at Primark, she came across a very unsupportive individual, and she wasn’t having any of her negativity.

In this case, Susie was sticking up for an unlucky individual, who was receiving some not-so-friendly “advice” from her friend about a funky pair of sunglasses.

It’s safe to say what Susie said will certainly stick with the girl…

 “I was in Primark and there were 2 girls who were trying on sunglasses,” Susie began telling her Instagram followers.

“One of the girls – and with friends like this who needs enemies – was getting passers-by to get her friend how awful she looked.”

“She was saying ‘those glasses look awful, excuse me, can you tell my friend how terrible she looks’.

“I said ‘excuse me, can I have a look?’ She turned around and she was wearing high-fashion sunglasses, not to everyone’s taste.”

But, who cares right? I’ll be damned if I let anyone tell me what I should, and shouldn’t wear.

Thanks to Susie, this girl didn’t let her friend dictate her wardrobe.

Continuing on, Susie explained: “And I said ‘I’m a personal stylist, and I think they look fab, and if you love them, you should get them’. At which point, the friend said ‘I think I’m going to listen to the personal stylist’s point of view’.

“And her friend said ‘but I don’t like them, I like the more classic styles.'”

“Be careful who you surround yourself with and remember just because your friend doesn’t like it doesn’t mean you don’t have to buy it.”

“Follow your own style intuition. And if I’m nearby, I’ll tell them off!”

Say it louder Susie!