(Closed) selling a dress – any tips

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
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4352 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@kgarvin01:  Put as many pictures and as much information on each listing as you can. When I bought my dress I felt like listings with more information were more trustworthy and it was easier for me to decide if I was interested in the dress. I also had a long list of questions I asked sellers, and I didn’t have to ask as many when the listing had more information. Write about the condition of the dress, how it was cleaned/preserved, and where it is being stored (the salon, your house, in a smoke free environment ect.). Also let local brides try the dress on.

Post # 5
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4352 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@kgarvin01:  I bought mine on oncewed.com. I also looked on preownedweddingdresses.com, recycledbride.com, ebay, craigslist, and on here. I would have purchased it from any of those sites, but the best listing happened to be on oncewed.com (because of the particular seller, not because of the site). I wanted a really popular dress so I had a lot of listings to choose from. If you have a popular dress, you can play with the price to attract more brides. I purchased a dress which had been worn on a cliff (and had minor stains on the underside of the train as a result) because it was one of the least expensive listings and I felt like the seller was really honest with me.

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