Post # 1
I got a call from my bridal shop yesterday that my dress came in already. It was ordered barely six weeks ago and they told us it wouldnt in be until at least May initially. I hate to be suspicious of people but these are hard times we live in. Has anyone ever had a shop try to sell them a sample and say it was brand new and got in “early”? Or have a lot of people had their new dress come in a lot earlier than expected?
Post # 3
My dress came in two months early. Everything was fine with it, and it wasn’t a sample or anything.
Post # 4
I wouldn’t be too suspicious, sometimes dresses are early, like yours.
When you go for another fitting for alternations, be sure to check out the dress, even in the inside.
I would assume trial dresses would have tears on the inside from girls setting in & out of it. Just a thought!
Post # 5
Mine came in 2 months early as well and it was fine. I wouldn’t worry too much.
Post # 6
mine came in almost 2 months early. I wouldn’t worry. They usually give you a very distant arrival date. That way they will FOR SURE have it and get higher credit for being earlier than expected.
Post # 7
you will be able to tell if it is a sample, really look it over, also new dresses that have never been tried on are stiffer.Also really look at the hemline- you will see some dirt or dust on the hem if it was tried on
Post # 8
I wouldn’t worry. Did you buy a Maggie? Certain dresses are deemed “priority” gowns and they ship pretty quickly. Same thing at Davids. Other designers just expereince low moments allowing them to process orders quicker than usual depending on the time of year, especially if there are no customizations to it. Your dress is here go enjoy it!
Post # 9
they probally gave you an extra long time in care in case they get backed up with orders. 6 weeks doesnt seem too quick to me.
Post # 10
Mine came in a month after I ordered it. It was new and perfect!
Post # 11
I wouldn’t be suspicious at all.