(Closed) First dress tryouts…. did I do the right thing? Vent!

posted 9 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
4001 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I think you did the right thing.  You don’t want to be pressured into buying the dress.  If you weren’t sure about it, it probably wasn’t the one.  And I have a hard time believing that the dress wouldn’t be available ever again.  Sounds like it might of been their sales tactic.  I bet you find something even better, give it time.

Post # 4
190 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I think you made the right decision to walk away. It sounds horrible to get pressured like that.

I wonder if they were being truthful with you. I’ve heard of the “buy it today, it’s going to be discontinued” trick being played at bridal shops. It seems strange that a designer at a trunk show would be complicit in something like that, but I guess they might have sales quotas too.

Don’t worry,  you’ve only just started looking. You’ll find a dress!

Post # 5
2058 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Breath – – please relax stay calm and breath – – its called sales pressure, do not cave – why would they bring 1 dress that is only available on that day and never again – not only that but their reasons for its availability in the future were not even clear – That is very odd to me!!!

IMO – – I don’t think anyone should ever purchase the dress of their dreams b/c they feel stressed and/or pressured. 

Post # 6
2288 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

Like the other peeps, I also think that this may have been part of their sales pitch to pressure you into buying now. You absolutely did the right thing.

Post # 8
57 posts
Worker bee

Pressure is one of the oldest sales tricks in the book. Remember, as the Sweet Potato Queens say: “They’re makin’ them thangs every day.” There are 10,000,000 wedding dresses out there. You will find loads of others that you love.

Post # 9
215 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

Honestly I HATE it when the salespeople pressure to you purchase an item.  Good for you to be able to take yourself out of that situation!  Knowing myself, I would have probably buckled and gave in, since I have ‘sucker’ stamped on my forehead!  I’m sure you will find one you love which will make you feel equally glam, if not more so!

Post # 10
28 posts
  • Wedding: October 2010

Yikes I hate that feeling of being pressured and feeling unsure about whether or not to buy the dress!

Props to you for walking away to clear your head!!!!

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