Ed took his usual seat on the rustic bench outside Yvette’s. The exclusive women’s dress shop was a regular destination for Edna’s browsing.
“Are you actually going to buy something this time?” Ed asked.
“You have no idea what’s in there,” Edna answered with a hearty laugh.
Can’t be that expensive, Ed thought.
After a few minutes Ed decided to check it out for himself. He slipped in quietly, approached a rack of attractive dresses, and casually peeked at the price tag on a simple Lanvin Jersey Dress.
Back on the bench, Ed prayed that Edna remained a looky-loo.
This 99-word story is my contribution to the December 9 Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge to "write about a looky-loo."