(Closed) What is Alfred Angelo’s price range like?

posted 7 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
4582 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I’m not sure exactly what the range is, but my friend wore AA and her dress was $1000. They do have lots of pretty bridesmaid dresses that come in white and ivory, and you can definitely get those for under $300.

Post # 4
3241 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

There may be some sample dresses in that price range. I think the least expensive dress I tried on was $400.  Most of the Alfred Angelo dresses seem to be $500-$1200. There are some that are more, maybe a few less. That’s based on my experience at one of the signature stores.


Sounds like you have some neat options with your mom’s dress and the 1950’s dress.

Post # 5
45 posts
  • Wedding: June 2011

I’d guess 300-1400. They generally run sales with $50-300 off though.

Post # 6
3241 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

@iheartnerds: Excellent suggestion with the bridesmaid’s dress in white or ivory!

Post # 7
178 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Ya, I’m not exactly sure, i tried on a couple that were around 1000, im not sure if they have any in your price range. I would just call and tell them your budget and see what they say! thats what i did when i wasnt sure! i just asked if they had any in my price range!

Post # 8
1 posts
  • Wedding: May 2012


First of all, if any consultant gives you a sympathetic look, that’s not okay. Every consultant should make you feel like you are their priority-no matter the price range. That being said, I have noticed from my experiene that David’s Bridal does seem to have more cheaper options. However, Alfred Angelo is constantly having sales. I tried on many dresses at both places. One of my top 5 (I didn’t end up going with, but it was beautiful) was a $300 dress at Alfred Angelo. So I wouldn’t rule them out. They make gorgeous dresses and you might just find the one you love in your price range.

Just a heads up as well, on Alfred Angelo’s website, when you click on a dress, underneath the description are little bells. That dictates the price point. Not the exact cost, but its a a ballpark. 5 bells are more expensive, 2 is less expensive. Etc.

Most importantly though, stand by your buget. Don’t try on a dress if it is out of your price range. The consultants should all know this, but sometimes they can be a little pushy. So if I were you, check the tag before you try it on just to make sure it is indeed within your price point. And if there are certain styles you have your eye on, like you said you did, just make sure to be open to others. You never know until you have the dress on how it is going to look. You may find a style you never would have considered before that is gorgeous and within your price range. Good luck 🙂

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