(Closed) Mori Lee 1657 Help – ordering a dress you can't try on

posted 5 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
31 posts
  • Wedding: November 2013

@junit18:  I was having a similar problem and was lucky enough that driving to the next state over was an option for me. 

However, one or two of the dress shops that I called was willing to order it in for me to try on. Maybe you can find a retailor for Mori Lee in your state and see if they would be willing to order it for you? 

Post # 4
864 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@junit18:  Are any of the shops near you having a Mori Lee trunk show? There was a dress I wanted to try on so I asked the shop if the designer would bring one with them even though it wasn’t from the new season and they did. Smile

Post # 6
161 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@junit18:  Same position! A chain of bridal shops by me (Bridal Suite) will order the dress for $50, you can try it on and see what you think. If you love it, great. If not, alright. They will deduct the cost of the “sample” from your end price. 

I’d find a shop you love and trust and see what they will do for you. Most of the times they’ll accomodate you…anything for a sale!

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