We've all experienced it.
That sinking feeling that comes with the realization that the item we've been lusting after has sold out, or isn't available in our size.
Well, everyone, that is, except Vogue Japan editor-at-large, Anna Dello Russo.
And while style stars like Poppy Delevingne and blogger Leandra Medine had fashion regrets at the ready, Dello Russo revealed she never met an outfit she couldn't have.
"Doesn't happen to me—ever," she deadpanned. "I miss [out on] so many boyfriends, but not outfits, darling."
That could have something to do with the fact that the fashion editor has a jaw-dropping wardrobe budget.
"For me, I have to look expensive. I need…kind of…$50,000 [for] each outfit a day."
That doesn't sound too off the mark, considering Dello Russo wore a $44,000 Prada coat to New York Fashion Week earlier this year.
But Dello Russo was also quick to add, "No, we joke."
Indeed, at Paris Fashion Week, she sported Givenchy's Bambi sweater, which rings in just over $1,000, which is relatively modest by comparison.
As for the other gals, Medine opened up about missing out on a white peplum gown, while Delevingne still wishes she could have gotten her hands on a navy blue dress from the Chanel 2012 Cruise collection.
Hmm, perhaps the two gals should tap Dello Russo for help on finding their missed connections?
What's the most you've ever spend on a must-have fashion item? Tell us in the comments!