Post # 1
So while visiting family I found a dress I loved but I hesitated. I didn’t get measured or order. Now I decided it is the one, but none of the shops in my whole state have the same sample. There are a few that carry the designers line though. And, I did find out that one shop on the next state over has the dress.
Should I go over state lines and order it? If I did that, what would I do about the fittings? I would hate to have to drive back and forth such a long distance several times?
Should I just ask a local shop that carries the designer to make the order? Can they even do that?
Post # 2
Some bridal stores will ship the dress to you – why don’t you try calling them to ask? Then you could just make the one trip, and do your alterations closer to home.
Post # 3
If there are local boutiques that carry the designer, they can order the dress for you. I found my dress while visiting my parents 10 hours away, but I found a dress shop about an hour from me to order it from. They happened to have the dress in stock, but I called a few before I decided on that dress shop and they all said as long as they carry the designer they can order it for you. I refused to have to travel back and forth for fittings, and I can’t imagine what they would charge to ship it to me, so I didnt want to deal with that.
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
Since you really love it then going to another state seems fine — if no one in your state can order it. After the initial fitting to make sure it really works, you can always get it altered at home.