Post # 1
hello maybe you have see my other 100 posts!
i bought a trumpet bridal gown at DB i like it and i bought it, then while i was waiting i got 2nd thoughts about it and when back to the store and tried more dresses, i like a dress that day but it was 150.00 more than my original dress and then i tried the dress i bought and i felt it was the right choice for me.
im not sure if im a typical girl that will fall in love with a dress i just thought it was a nice dress and cheap option.
i got my dress 2 weeks ago and i was k then i saw a pic of the other dress and i felt in love again! and thats how my nightmare started again..i cried because i think i made the decision just based on an k dress that was affordable.
now idk what to do , my fiance and close friends thinks im just crazy and i should keep the dress.
i deleted the pictured of me in the other dress because i think it was causing me more pain….i called DB and they gave me a big NO on returning or exchanging the dress.
so idk what to do know, am i way too crazy idk i just feel ugly in my current dress and im not sure if is really me! i cant stop thinking about the other dress but im not 100% is my dress..
im trying to sell my current dress and nothing is happening and i cant buy the other dress because i dont have money for that..
i also have to say i have vintage wedding theme..
please help me!! i cant stop crying and everybody thinks im crazy.
this is dress i feel im might be in love.
unfortunately i deleted the pic of me with that dress..:(
Post # 3
I think you look beautiful in the dress you bought! But if you are truly sad about it, I just read a post on here about how a bride exchanged her DB dress for another one. Maybe you can try a different store or call headquarters?
Post # 4
Girl, the dress you have really looks great on your curves. Show them off. I am sure the other one is pretty but looks tenty.
Post # 5
That Galina dress was displayed in Macys a couple of months ago and it’s. so. GORGEOUS. If the tags are still attached, try to take it back. If not, see if you can sell it to a resale shop in your area.
Post # 6
@Igem: hmmm I’m sorry you’re going through this but I think I prefer the ball gown. Its got more touches and its more vintage in shape so I think it works better with your wedding…
If DB won’t take it back, maybe you could try to sell it on eBay or here and find a used one of the Galina?
It might not be as expensive to swap as you thought.
Post # 7
The dress you have looks beautiful on you and you could do so much with your veil and jewelry. Especially with a vintage theme… gorgeous earrings, bracelets, and an intricate veil would be stunning. BUT~ if you are absolutely sure the other dress is right for you, as in you’ve tried it on more than once and there’s nothing you’d change… then I say find a way to buy it. If you got your first dress for a good price, you’ll most likely be able to sell it to recover some costs.
Post # 8
thanks so much for your comments, i just feel unhappy with my body on that dress. im waiting for monday to talk with the david bridal customer service to see if i can exchanged it.
meanwhile i listed my dress like in 5 different websites so lets see what happen, and yeah if i have to keep the dress i will have to find a way to love it haha…
Post # 9
I understand the feeling. I suggest you try to sell your dress. I just listed my dress because I am not happy with it either. I do think the dress looks lovely on you but in the end you have to do what makes you happy.
Post # 10
@Igem: IMO You have a great figure and I don’t think either dress shows it off to it’s fullest potential. The first dress really hugs your curves and I don’t see that the second dress would do the same.
Post # 11
I think your current dress is perfect for a vintage theme
Post # 12
PersonallyPre resonantly, I think yourCurrent dress is better
Post # 13
I really like your dress but recommend taking the picture and your dress to a seamstress that only does wedding gowns. My daughter did this and it was amazing what she did with just a few adjustments and embellishments. Your sash could also be changed out for one like the dress your in love with. I was shocked at how different the dress was for so little money. Take a deep breath and think what would you like your dress to have for you to love it again, then go from there.
Post # 14
thank you girls for your comments 🙂
im able to exchange my dress for another one if i want, so im going to go to the store soon and try more dresses.!
Post # 15
Go try them both on. Thats the only way to know. I had dress regret and when I tried on the dress I bought for the 2nd time. I broke down in tears. I knew without a doubt I picked the wrong dress. You have enough time to correct it.
Post # 16
I love your dress! Don’t change it 🙂 Unless it just really makes you sad