(Closed) Finding nice wine-colored bridesmaid dresses that are inexpensive…

posted 8 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
5977 posts
Bee Keeper

No kidding on what a killing people are making on bridesmaid dresses!!

Just a suggestion, but do you know anyone who might be able to make the bridesmaid dresses on the side for a little cheaper? I know…wishful thinking, but sometimes someone is right there under your nose and you don’t realize it!

My only other thought is if you’re definitely set on the wine colored dresses? If not, you could always try to do black and white and have the wine colored accents.

Post # 5
7152 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2010

Check out department stores

Post # 6
546 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Sears, JC Penny, etc.  Sears has some right now I think.

I don’t think you will have a problem.  My colour is berry and I have found a fair number of dresses in that colour.  It is inbetween maroon and fushia.  I am getting mine in a bridal store and spening about $200 though.

How much were you wanting to spend?

But I think you shouldn’t have a problem finding some in Sears or JC Penny.

Post # 7
2058 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

There are several super great gals on Etsy that sell some pretty amazing wine/merlot color bm dresses.  Check there!?!?!?

Post # 9
342 posts
Helper bee

Have you tried Alfred Angelo?  I’m actually looking for the same thing and am loving theirs!


Post # 10
153 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I was trying to spend under $150 — GREAT tip is if you order through RK Bridal in NYC they are the cheapest I’ve found anyhwere…through their no-frills program (where they don’t measure you or provide alterations) the dresses are far and away cheaper than anywhere else. I’ve visited the store more times than I care to admit in my search for dresses and it’s a good place. No need to live in/near NYC if you want to order through them…just call on the phone and tell them the style number.

Now – based off that pricing info – which made dresses I found would otherwise be too expensive to actually be affordable…I looked at the following lines:

– Dessy, Alfred Angelo, Mori Lee, Watters, W2 (cheaper Watters line), Bari Jay, Belsoie and B2 (both by Jasmine…jasminebridal.com), Bill Levkoff

Hope this helps

Post # 13
8 posts
  • Wedding: August 2010

You might want to look for a seamstress in your area. That way you can get the exact color and material from a fabric store. That is what I did when I realized the dress my bridesmaids fell in love with didn’t come in the correct color. The interesting thing is the woman that I am having make the dresses is doing them for the same cost of the dress we like but now we don’t have to pay for alterations so they are a lot cheaper overall!

Post # 14
15 posts
  • Wedding: July 2011

This is an old post, so I don’t know if my reply will help but there’s these… short version:http://www.amazon.com/Strapless-Satin-Formal-Bridesmaid-Holiday/dp/B0006VN9EW/ref=pd_sim_dbs_a_6 long version: http://www.amazon.com/Strapless-Bridesmaid-Holiday-Formal-Junior/dp/B000YEIAO0/ref=pd_sim_a_1  The burgundy on seems to match your color really well, and they’re super cheap! We have the short ones in red for our girls, good quality, too!

Post # 15
646 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Mori Lee’s dresses are about $150, a little less. (Get on a bridal shop or two’s mailing lists! I get 20% off offeres all the time!)

Anyway, Mori Lee has a great color called Vintage Merlot. My BMs will be wearing Mori Lee 370. I’m not sure if this is the color, as my monitor is REALLY off! 🙂

Post # 16
40 posts

I have a contact that makes dresses and men’s shirts (this will ensure the same colour!!). If you book early, there are really good discounts that would fit into your budget. Please contact me for details.

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