Post # 1
So I’ve read all the terrible reviews about this site after I found a beautiful dress on it that I am in love with and would love to get for prom this year! Unfortunately it looks like I should not order from this site according to the reviews (thank you everyone!)
But, I was wondering if that means the dress itself is bad quality, or TBDress just makes it bad quality?? Because I have found the same dress on many other websites for higher prices….so would I be safe to order from them?
Please tell me your opinions! (:
Thank you so much!
Post # 3
ve never heard of it.. But after getting my bridesmaid dresses from some place in China, I will never order anything from anywhere that doesn’t have a great refund policy. http://www.tbdress.com/help/Returning-Replacement-Refund-356.html#detail1 It states you have to “persuade” them to let you return it. =[
Honestly, pay the extra amount from a reliable site. The dress I am ordering was on one of those China sites for $100 something (Normally dress is $800) and I didn’t want to even shout out a $100 for it to be made out of different fabric or different beading/designs.
Good luck on whatever you choose!
Post # 4
I’ve heard mostly bad things about the knockoff sites from China… but if you know the name and style of the dress you could try searching preowned sites for used versions. Depending on the style of the dress you might find it listed as a bridesmaid dress, you never know! Did you try ebay? I would feel a lot more comfortable buying an authentic dress used rather than a knockoff.
Post # 5
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE.. Whatever you do don’t ever buy a dress from this company especially if you are getting a wedding dress.. Just don’t do it at all..
This is the worst company to deal with. I ordered a ‘’what i thought looked like a great dress on the website’’ I spent $150.00 AU dollars on it. It took over 1 month to get the dress ” i got it the night before a wedding i was going too” when i opened it i almost cried it was the most disappointing dress i had ever seen.
I emailed them to see if i could get a refund and was told to send through photos of the dress. So i did that was the last time i have got an email back I’m still writing to them till today and nothing…
You wont get what you think you have ordered and will never see your money again…
Post # 6
Hello ladies I paid for my dress from TB dress on the 31st of July 2012, I did it extra early just in the case it would arrive late or things go horribly wrong. I am getting married March 2013. After I paid for the dress I bumped into all these nasty comments and one or two good ones, I was horrified, but realised that cancelling the order would not help as I saw from other peoples comments, so I just decided to hold on and pray. So I prayed and asked my other friends to pray that all things would go well. The dress then arrived on the 20th of August a month later, I had to pay duty for it, but that was because of the laws of my country not TB Dress, I am from a little country in Africa called Zimbabwe and they did specify on the site that the cost of the dress did not include duty .
When I recieved the envelope, which is not amusing by the way,but I knew that was going to happen as other people spoke about it.I then ran to my room and opened it by myself because I didn’t want the emabaressment of an ugly dress, then voila, there was a good dress inside, tried it on, it was a good fit, except for very small alterations that I might need to make, which is expected when you don’t fit a dress in person and send measurments and I will also need to get a wedding dress petticoat because I like the princess look, otherwise I am happy, I will take some pictures and post, but yes that is the dress. As for the picture, the model had perfect fittings, photoshop and the body to go with the dress.
Would I reccomend TB Dresses? Yes if you are willing to take a gamble and know that its a hit or miss situation, but for us who did manage to get the hits, its worth it, possibly thousands of dollars in savings, but in the case that it might not be a hit, have a back-up plan.