(Closed) One wedding, two dresses. The ultimate dress disaster.

posted 4 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
3773 posts
Honey bee

You are remarkably good humoured for someone who had to ensure such a fiasco.  Shame on the dress company for extracting your signaure before explaning the likely arrival time.  Very dodgy on their part.

Post # 5
2852 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

LetItBee:  it is a shame that Allure Bridal was the company involved – I would expect better.

Then again, I have heard it can be 6-8 months for a wedding dress to be made, depending on the style of dress. So the real problem was the store not telling you of the risk and just happily let you hand over your $$. 

Great that you were able to find a better dress and I really think your positive attitude will translate into positive karma for the lucky girl who gets to wear your first dress.

Do you have a photo of the Justin Alexander? 

Post # 6
2517 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

LetItBee:  It does suck that they didn’t deliver better customer service.  But I have to say, never sign a ‘stack of paperwork’ without reading them first.  It’s a good way to get yourself in loads of trouble.  By affixing your signature you say that you read and understand that stack.  This time it was a dress, but it could be something much bigger and more costly.  Reading it all is an absolute PITA, but definitely required. 

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