(Closed) Guilt of Changing your Mind on your Dress- How to Handle and Move Forward?

posted 5 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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240 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Obviously you’ve learned a lot from your experiences.  Next time, don’t let your desire for a bargain trump your ability to find a dress you actually love!   If you forget, just think about the money you would have saved had you not jumped on those sales from dress #1 and #2!   

I  have a strong feeling that you’ll take these lessons learned with you for dress shopping experience #3. As for your question “Being an unromantic shopper, how will I know it’s finally the right one?”.   You will know you’ve got the right one when your friends tell you you’d be stupid to change your mind on this one!  LOL!  Laughing

Good luck with everything! 

Post # 4
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1076 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

You sound like you have a solid strategy for next time, so that’s good. The only advice I can give is for you to sleep on it, like you mentioned above about not buying a dress the same day you try it on.

My philosophy is this: if it’s meant to be mine it WILL be mine. So if I try something on and go home to sleep on it, it will be there the next day, the next week, however long it takes for me to decide. 

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