k:oh,the clothes here are so expensive! No wonder there are few people.
R: Beauty costs, dear! What do you think of this dress? Do you think it suits me?
K: yeah, it's lovely, but to be frank, it's not the most practical. You don't have many formal events in your calendar, do you?
R: come on, you sound like my Mom.Look at that, it's beautiful!
K: when you buy clothes, you must think about the material, quality and price.
R: maybe you have a point.
K: make sure you buy what you need and your clothes can be worn for various occasions.
R: all right. How about this black shirt? It can be worn for anything---a party, a job interview and even a funeral!
K: that's true, but you already have two balck coats and one black sweater.
R: oh! Hey, look, that's the same shirt Britney wore in her concert.
K: exactly! Oh, my god! I love Britney! I'm going to get it.
R: why not try it on?
K: it's just the right size--a perfect fit! I'll take it. Oh, no,I'm a little short. Did you bring your credit card?
K: I promise I'll pay you back as soon as we get home.
fit:the way that something, especially a piece of clothing, fits (尤指衣服)适合,合身
a good/bad/close/perfect fit 很/不合身;贴身;完全合身
short:not having enough of something; lacking something 不足;短缺 not before noun ~ (of sth)
I'm afraid I'm a little short(= of money)this month. 这个月我恐怕手头有点紧.
She is not short of excuses when things go wrong. 事情出了差错,她老有借口.
No wonder you can't sleep when you eat so much. 你吃这么多难怪睡不着.
You have a point:你说得有道理,你说得对
You have a point(= your idea is right)─it would be better to wait till this evening. 你说的有道理--最好等到今天晚上.