Amen to MK's answer. This very much depends upon where you are, the merchant involved, the overall condition of the garment itself, and whether or not  you have anything like a long term relationship with the merchant.


If the garment is easily place for re-selling, then at the very least, you should get a store credit.


I was once at Lowe's and was about to open a bundle of landscaping timbers because what was free was wet and warped. (That's like you, Boss; all wet and warped!- Bubba). A salesman came up and told me that it was not allowed. I smiled at him and told him that I felt his request was most foolish and asked to speak to a manager. He cut the bundle open immediately-- never contacting the manager. And the obvious moral is this- keep  you cool and ask for a higher authority if the one speaking to you does not help.



Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.
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