Post # 1
So I am selling a brand new Tara Keely 2200 Dress. A lot of the people who have been contacting me keep asking to “try the dress on”. Although the dress is in Clark, NJ I am now living in Canada. Even if I was living in NJ I wouldnt want to meet up with all of these people so they can try the dress on. It’s ridiculous. This dress is still available in bridal salons because the dress is still “in season”. How do I nicely tell these woman that “trying on the dress” is not an option. The measurements are as decribed on preownedweddingdresses.com. Im having a hard time coming up with the wording without seeming mean or not interested in helping them out.
Post # 3
“The best way for you to try on the dress is to go to a bridal salon that carries it. I unfortunately can’t make long-distance arrangements for trying on the dress. Thank you for understanding, and please let me know if you are still interested in the dress.”
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2014 - South Bonson Pier & Community Centre
@Lepidoptera: “in order to preserve the integrity of the dress, please visit a local salon to try on the dress. otherwise, if you have a concern about the sizing, the designer’s size chart may be found at ____. unfortunately, i will not be able to accomodate requests to try on the dress prior to purchase” ??
Post # 5
Lol people can be so dense. I agree with PP.
Post # 6
@_Adelaide_: The dress was altered to my size but my exact measurements are posted on the site as well so its basically the same as looking back at the sizing chart really.