Post # 1
Sorry to do this but I was wondering if there’s any way some of you might be able to help. My fiancee has had a bit of a horrible time of it lately and you really can’t make this up. At our engagement party got rushed to hospital before she could even finish her first drink and spent two weeks there. Turns out she’d somehow managed to catch Siberian Tick Typus (impressive hey) and was really quite ill.
Fast forward and two weeks ago her parents house burned down. As well as all the memories the one thing we’d got sorted for the wedding, her dress, also went up in smoke. As you can imagine she’s been a touch bummed about everything and as such I’ve started a quest to find her a new dress in time for Christmas.
You can read a lot more about it and see some horrible pictures here:
I really hate to ask but if there’s any way anybody here can help me find a new Pronovias Megara in size 8 or even just forward/tweet on the link I’d be eternally grateful.
Here’s to finding her a new dress for chirstmas!
Post # 3
Wow, what a heartbreaking story. I sincerely hope you find that dress by Christmas. Please try posting this in the WeddingBee classifieds section as “looking.” Best of luck!
Post # 4
That is an awful story. In addition to looking in the Classifieds on here, you can look at preownedweddingdresses.com and oncewed.com and see if it pops up sometime soon. Also, maybe see if any stores have a sample in good condition?
Post # 5
Thanks guys, really appreciate the advice, I’ve already been checking eBay in the hope that I might be able to afford one from there but no joy.
Just checked preowned as well and nothing. 🙁
Post # 6
This is probably a long shot. But I found this one and it was sold but maybe the seller can get in touch with the buyer and see if they’re wanting to sell after their wedding (and hopefully their wedding is before yours).
Post # 7
@AlexB: P.S. Any wedding dress tailor worth her stuff would be able to size down a wedding dress by two sizes, or up by one size. In reality, any dress in the range of 6 – 12 should work in a pinch.