(Closed) Trying on a dress that's not in stock

posted 3 years ago in Dress
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  • Wedding: October 2014

This is normal. There are far too many dresses for any shop to stock them all, so they go with the most popular styles and the ones the designers are pushing. It costs them something to get that dress for you to try on, and they don’t want to cover the cost unless they’re reasonably sure you’re going to end up buying it. If you don’t want to pay the fee, ask the shop if they have a dress with a similar silhouette you can try, or see if anyone you know has a dress with similar lines. Then you can at least get an idea if the dress shape is likely to look good on you, which may help you decide if you want to try ordering that sample.

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