Post # 1
I felt like I was toooo early to purchase my dress. I bought my dress @ 935, not including tax. NOW, the boutique’s price for my dress is 1030. At the time if I knew about price matching, my dress woulda been 838. However, knowing that my dress increased in price makes me feel better that I had purchased a year in a half before my wedding date.
Did you find your dress had changed higher or lower after the fact?
Post # 3
When I was first looking at dresses, the one I ultimately ended up getting was at the time, about $200 more than what I paid for. I also saved an extra $170 on top of that as I ordered it with the hollow to hem option and because I negotiated and they waived the extra fee. I went back to the store a month or so after my initial visit just to try it on because I saw it online and recognized it as one I saw at the store. It’s funny because I specifically remember combing through the dresses and I came across my future dress and liked it a lot, but didn’t want to bother wanting to try it on because it was out of my budget. I bought it about 4 months later after my very first visit. I would expect that most dresses actually go down in price rather than up as they would want to make room for the new season, but maybe I’m wrong.
Post # 4
@jcl12: yea..cuz otherwise I would be mad haha