Judging by how she knew the financial condition of this body’s original owner, it seemed that the other person did know me.

They don’t seem to be on good terms whatsoever.

I had the thought to retort, but I just let it go.

Such a simple provocation was just too much of a hassle to deal with.

This and this are better.
Shall I buy about 10 sets…?

I thought to myself.

After taking over the title, I would have to attend banquets and social gatherings anyway, so shouldn’t there be a few more gowns for going out in the public?

As I was immersed in my thoughts, the woman’s face turned red from my ignoring her words.

“You’re ignoring me…”

“Ah, how noisy.
I can’t concentrate at all.”

I cut off the woman’s words and moved on to the next page.

At my apathy, the woman began shaking with rage.
Shortly after, she snorted.

“What’s the use of looking at it if you are unable to buy it? Drop the act already!”

She shouted.
Subsequently, she shook the bell on the table.
At that, the owner approached her.

“I’m going to buy four sets of this, this, this, and this.”

“Yes, my lady.”

The owner bowed toward her.

The woman looked at me with a triumphant face.

Did you see the difference between you and me? Her eyes seemed to say that.

“Craycia, you can’t even buy one dress here anyway.
Why don’t you marry an old, rich man while being treated like a ‘glass doll’ just like how it was at the academy? I think that’s the only way you can revive.”

So they were in the same academy.

I still took it easy at her absurdity.

I relaxedly crossed my legs at her blazing orange eyes.
Seconds later, I rang the bell in front of me.

(Ring, ring).

The owner, who had been watching the situation with a gaze mixed of interest and discomfort, looked at me in bewilderment.

When she didn’t come right away, I shook the bell again and spoke quietly.

“Aren’t you gonna take my order?”

“Ah, yes…”

Only then did the owner approach me with a sullen face.

“I’m sorry, miss, but for our business to not be at a loss, you must at least order three sets.”

She left a note before I even placed my order.

Behind those words was the conviction that I would not be able to buy more than three outfits.

The other women giggled at the owner’s words.
They might want me to run away in shame, but…


I wasn’t triggered at all.

There was nothing to be offended about.
Because it didn’t apply to me.
Even now or in the future.

“Then I will buy all the dresses in this design book.”

I opened the design book and, without designating the design, tossed it on the table.


As I stated my order, there was a suffocating silence.

After a while, the owner asked in a shaky voice.

“Excuse me…? Could you repeat that? You said…”

“I’m going to order the whole design book.
Did you catch it this time?”

“Craycia, are you crazy? What nonsense…”

The woman, who was watching, intervened.
But I ignored her and finished what I had to say.

“First of all, within a month, make about ten dresses on page one and send them to Craycia Viscounty.
You can send the rest slowly afterward.”

Though I was done with my order, the owner was still dazed.

I got up from my seat and was about to leave the store when I turned around and came in front of the annoying woman from before.

The woman’s eyelids were trembling as she looked up at me.

I chuckled and raised one corner of my lips.

“You’d better take a close look at the other person first before you decide to mess with them.”


The woman was at a loss for words and pressed her lower lip due to anger.
The people around her looked at me and the woman alternately.

They would have noticed it too.
That Eureia Craycia was not her usual self.

At least now, she was not the ‘glass doll’ from the academy days they knew.

As she stared at me rigidly, I lowered my head toward her side….

Her orange hair was entangled with my platinum hair.

“I’m sorry to say this but….”

I brought my lips close to her ears and whispered.

“I forgot who you are.
So next time, please refrain from pretending to be close to me.
It’s annoying.”


“And next time I see you, you’ll have to call me ‘Viscountess Craycia’ instead of ‘Eureia Craycia’, miss.”

I deliberately emphasised the words ‘Viscountess’ and ‘miss’.
And at that, her face turned pale.

There was a very big difference between being the young miss of a Viscounty and being a Viscountess.

Unless they were princesses, it was difficult for them to ignore one’s title.

By then it must have been deeply engraved in her mind. 

That I and her were on completely different levels.

I straightened my posture with a delighted face.

“Then see you next time, my lady.”


Of course, there was no answer in return.

I took one last look at the owner before stepping out of the door.

“If you want to do business for a long time, you should change your arrogant attitude.
Do not let today’s incident repeat if you don’t want otherwise.”

“…Yes, I will keep that in mind.” The owner lowered her head with a red face.

The owner, who followed me, bowed her head vigorously.

“Please come again!”

Her words were not accepted.
Because I would never visit this horrible clothing store ever again.

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