(Closed) Buying a wedding dress online….who? where?

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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380 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

http://www.bestbridalprices.com/quick-delivery-dresses-c-461.html

This is an actual store, they are an authorized dealer for Maggie Sottero and bunch of other designers. You could call and see what they have in stock or look at the quick ship dresses. Aslo some designers have rush dresses or dresses that have already been made so that might be a possibility.

Hope this helps.

Post # 5
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380 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

It would depend on the designer I am assuming, I do know that you can get awesome deals on sample dresses, I would call them with your price range and see what they have. I have talked to them before and they are really helpful.

Post # 7
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332 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

bestbridalprices also has in-stock dresses listed under the sale tab – they are usually at least 30% off so if you see one you like, ask them to give you a quote (except for Maggie Sottero which they can’t disocunt). Otherwise I would try going to a salon and seeing if they sell samples or have a discontinued section. Or I would try Church Street Bridal – they will have unique items for sure since they carry high-end couture designers but at amazing prices since they are donated by salons and the sales benefit the YWCA. There is a thread in the classifieds here or go to http://www.churchstreetbridal.blogspot.com if you know what you want you can also email them and they will let you know what they have.

Post # 8
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7779 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

I bought an in-stock Allure wedding dress from bestbridalprices and got the 50% off. I actually went to their brick-and-mortar. I was very satisfied with them and my dress. They get a thumbs up from me. 🙂

By The Way, I paid ~$350 for my dress.

Post # 9
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1249 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 1992

I got mine from Dressilyme.com, but they take 5 weeks to ship (although mine arrived in 3 weeks).  I know they can work with rush shipping, though, and also some of their dresses are ready-made, so will arrive in about 4 weeks anyway.  They are having a big sale right now.  🙂

Other than that, I would try Craigslist, ebay, and your local David’s Bridal.  Davids will have dresses you can walk out of the store with. 

Post # 10
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609 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Say Yes Bridal (dba Jaehee Bridal) http://www.sayyesbridal.com

They have a store front in NJ and is an authorized dealer for many designers. Plus you don’t have to pay taxes on your dress.

Post # 11
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59 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@cjterry10: are you wanting new or would you consider one worn-there are a ton of dresses in the classifieds and may be some in your area.  I bought two dresses and sold one online and now I am looking to sell the other.  You might have some luck that way..even one never worn.

 

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