Post # 1
How? Where? What percentage did you get for it? Do you regret it?
I’ve posted mine on recycled bride and the classifieds here, but I need more ideas. I just did it about a week or so ago, but I would love to sell it before Christmas shopping! 🙂
And yes, I’m sad about selling it. But I know my future daugther (that I may never have) will not be wearing it and it will be hideously out of date. I also don’t want to preserve it because…well then it just sits in a box taking up space. No offense to those that do it, I did consider it. I just can’t wrap my head around it, personally.
Post # 3
Try: http://www.preownedweddingdresses.com I heard they are really good also. Hope this helps.
Post # 4
Also, I had luck with Craigslist, although I had to filter through a bunch of scammers to find a real buyer.
Post # 6
@shawnettarucker: Thanks! I will try that one, though apparently it charges a fee. Maybe I’ll wait and see if I get a response on one of the free ones but that one can be my backup! 🙂
@jjmomma: Ooh true! Forgot about CL.
@love108: LOL. Well, my dress is a tad of a weirdo (aka I looooove it) lol. But here is a full-body shot.
Also? I hate spelling something wrong in my OP and not being able to edit it. 🙁 **DAUGHTER** Lol.
Post # 7
I sold mine through CL. It took a couple months (it was also posted on preowned, but I got a lot of scams)
I sold it a bit less than I wanted, but the longer I waited the less I would get anyway. It sold for about 1/3 the price (I think) maybe a bit more.
Post # 8
Do you have a consignment store in your area? That might be a thought if you don’t want to be the one to do all the leg work.
Post # 9
@SapphireSun: How do consignment shops work? I know I should probably know that, but..
Post # 11
Consignment shops take your items and sell them on your behalf, and then keep a percentage of the proceeds. Individual store policies can vary quite a bit – some of them will only keep items for a limited amount of time, the percentage the store takes can vary, etc. Talk to individual stores about their policies.