Post # 17
I did the same thing, my dress needed alot of work to make it semi-close to what I wanted and I would freak out about it everytime I saw it. I bought it for 600 and sold it on once wed for over 800 😛 So who knows maybe you will make a profit 🙂
Post # 18
That dress is stunning! I almost wish I was looking for something similar. i love it!
But you want to feel absolutely beautiful and you don’t want to feel uncomfortable in your dress. I say sell it, and shop for an alternative
Post # 19
Is there a picture somewhere that I’m not seeing???
Post # 21
I’m in the same boat as you, and I am wearing my dress. If I had been the one to pay for my dress, however, I would be trying to sell the first one and buying a second. My grandma paid for my dress though, so I’d have to pay her back for the one she bought and then pay out of my own pocket for a new one.
Post # 22
I had an episode of buyer’s remorse – partially because of the price and partially because my dresss was more conservative than I had originally envisioned. I think you should try and sell it. From this post, there seems to be a lot of brides in your same situation. Hopefully you can find another dress that meets your expectations. For me, the dress is the MOST IMPORTANT part of the day. You should not have to compromise!