(Closed) Dress Shopping

posted 10 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
1599 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

I bought my dress at Alfred Angelo and they had a lot of variety.  I also went to Bellasposa, which is a bridal salon that carries different brands, and David’s bridal.  David’s and AA were the only places that really had a big selection in my price range, under $1,000.  I didn’t have an issue with David’s bridal quality, my second choice dress was from there, but I loved the dress I got at AA.  I didn’t really care about seeing dresses from a bunch of different designers, I just wanted to be able to try a variety of styles and fabrics.

Post # 4
9 posts

I would start first by looking at the AA store, they will be priced lower than they can be at regular bridal shoppes as they are considered the factory store, you will also see a ton of options. If AA isn’t feeling like your style after you’ve had the chance to try them on then try another shoppe!

Post # 5
980 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

You’re in Boston.  You need to get to VOWs in Watertown.  You can get a top quality gown for a great price there.  Trust me!  I lived in Boston for 10 years and when I got engaged, I came back (from Virginia) to shop at Vows.  I got an Amsale (all silk, made in the USA) for $1,300 there…and there were plenty dresses that were less.

Here’s their website: http://www.bridepower.com/


They are having a HUGE sale next week (the 18th). See: http://www.bridepower.com/resources/brides-gone-wild-event/

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