Post # 1
My friend and I are watching Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta. One of our sorority sisters was featured! She was on an episode alongside a girl who tried on 150 dresses. I told my friend that I thought me trying on 10-15 dresses was excessive.
My friend then told me that when she was trying on dresses, she only tried on four because after that they started charging per dress.
I had never heard of that?!?!?! Is that a common practice for wedding boutiques?? Not that it matters, because her dress was B-E-A-UTIFUL!!
I was just curious 🙂
Post # 3
Never heard of it, and I definately wouldn’t have gone to a shop that did that! How do they expect to get customers if they are charged to try on dresses?! Do you know how much it was? That;s insane…and horrible customer service!
Post # 4
My friend said she could try on 4 per day, but after that it was around $5 per dress after that!
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2011 - Tre Bella, Mesa, AZ
Whaaaa? I haven’t heard of that either. Maybe some brides go crazy or something and have 5 hour long try-ons with hundreds of dresses, consuming the salon’s time.
Post # 6
my friend who im Maid/Matron of Honor for soon told me that she saw on the atlanta show a mom try on a dress because she didnt have a wedding herself and was feeling left out, apparently the daughter who was getting married was a bit upset. i wonder if there is an increase in time wasters in wedding shops these days