(Closed) Are you (did you) selling your dress after wedding?

posted 9 years ago in Dress
  • poll: Are you selling dress?



    depends.... but has given it some thought

  • Post # 29
    207 posts
    Helper bee

    snobunyz24 my intentions are to use brides across america…but my friend posted her on craigslist and was able to donate to a local military bride. Of course she didnt get the donation receipt or anything.

    Post # 33
    15 posts

    I have been planning (and still plan) to sell my dress but for some reason I still have it in a box. I don’t know what’s stopping me from listing it… I suppose I should sell it before it totally goes out of style!

    Post # 34
    651 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

    I want to sell mine, especially as I moved recently and it’s literally laying on some drawers. However, I do have a minimum price (900 euros and I paid well over 2000 euro) which I think is fair considering I got it professionally cleaned and all and also as it’s in the current collection. However, 900 euros is still a significant amount of money and obviously brides buying 2nd hand dresses choose to do so because they are on a budget. For 900 euro, they could buy a new cheaper dress from a cheaper brand.

    So I think I’m just going to sit on it. If someone wants to buy the dress at that price, I’ll sell it but if not, I’ll just keep it for sentimental value.

    Post # 35
    738 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: November 2012

    I’m keeping mine. My Mom kept hers, and it was so fun to see it in person. It didn’t fit me or my sister, so I was able to cut some lace off and make my garter out of it!

    I have lots of tulle and beautiful lace on my gown that can be put to use for my (hopefully) future daughter. It can be made into Christening gowns, or Communion dresses as well.



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