I totally know what you’re going through. My wedding isn’t until October of next year, but I have spent almost 2 months looking at various wedding dresses, and I’ve been to at least 10 bridal salons in TWO cities! At first, there wasn’t a single dress that gave me that "this is the one" feeling. I thought it was something about me, but what I realized was that I restricted myself too much when I went looking for dresses.
In my case, I had to be willing to do two things:
1. Try on dresses in styles I wouldn’t normally think to do, sometimes at the suggestion of a bridal consultant(the good ones are really good about knowing what looks good on your body).
2. Unfortunately, I discovered I have expensive taste in fabrics and materials.
I ended up finding what I think will be "the dress" about $1500-2000 out of my original set price range, but I personally have come to terms with it and have decided that it was worth that money not to feel ugly or ordinary on my wedding day.
If you haven’t taken any of your friends or family with you, they can be very helpful and put things in perspective too.
In the end, think outside the box. Also, as silly as this may sound, is it the dresses, or is it how you feel about your own body and physical appearance? I know that for a while, I kept staring at all the pictures I took of myself in dresses and feeling as thought I wasn’t fit enough, but after some stern talking to by my good friends, I am able to look at the pictures with a more objective eye.
My suggestions are this: try different types of styles, even ones you might not assume you’d like or look good in(you wouldn’t believe how many consultants I talked to who sold brides dresses they swore they would never like in terms of style). Also, try different salons and be willing to be a little flexible with your budget if possible(especially if you think that it’s something that’s very important to you!). If worse comes to worse, try a different city! Some of the dresses I tried on that I liked the most were actually in the nearby city(I live in Houston, and I went to Dallas because they had a particular designer I liked).
I guess(sorry for the long post!) my ultimate goal is to let you know that I know how you feel, and don’t worry, you’ll find it. Just be patient and enjoy the process!