(Closed) Should I buy my dress online?

posted 10 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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120 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Hmm, I’ve heard of Bestbridalprices but not the other.  I am definetely for the idea of buying a gown online if it means saving a good amount of money.  Here’s a list of the online stores I’ve checked into buying my gown from:

Jaybridal.net
DoriAnne Veils
RK bridal
Pearls Place
Lee Philip
Netbride.com

Netbride has gotten rave reviews from many brides, but unfortunately they don’t carry my gown(Casablanca).  Pearls Place offered the best price, and someone please correct me if I’m wrong, is the only place of all those that is an authorized dealer of the designers they carry.  If you are really weary of ordering online, maybe try and negotiate with the bridal shop you found your gown at to see if they might lower the price – you never know!  Good luck, I hope this helped!

Post # 4
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88 posts
Worker bee

H3ll Yes you should… I ordered my reception dress(watters bridal capri/2042b) from netbride and saved almost 40% – Would I do it again?  YES! 

(p.s.- Netbride.com has lowest price guaranty… I shopped around for nothing – cause they did in fact the lowest price)

Post # 5
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1 posts
Wannabee
  • Wedding: August 2009

 Hi ladies,

I have the same problem as ErinfutureH, I have founf my perfect dress on bestbridalprices and am not sure if the are koher or not.  Couls anyone that has bought from them please help me towards my decision.

 thanx

Post # 6
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95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2008

i ordered my dress through House of Brides and didn’t have any problems.  just allow enough time for shipping

Post # 7
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10 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2018

i ordered my maggie sottero dress from best bridal prices. they are legit and have great service. i also love the fact that i got a free veil and shoes. my dress arrived in less than two months and came with a maggie sottero certificate of authenticity. as melbride said, allow enough time for shipping!

Post # 8
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32 posts
Newbee

Did anyone have problems with wrinkling during shipping or anything like that?

Post # 9
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39 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2008

I realize it’s not a wedding gown, but I did purchase my bridesmaid dresses online. I don’t know much about the particulars you are looking for, but I do know one thing that really helped was calling the authorized boutiques and dealers looking for one that had the style number I wanted. Then I took some of my maids and they tried it on in the store. I would really recommend doing this. That way you get a feel for what it is like to walk, sit, dance, etc in your dress and how it fits so you won’t be buying your dress "blindly". Hope that helps.

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