Frugal is chic now and brides are reaping the benefits. Many of them have decided to stretch their wedding budgets by keeping the cost of the wedding gown in check. One way to do that and still get a beautiful gown is to buy a preowned one. Some of the gowns I see listed at The Green Hanger Shop are half their retail price, so brides are actually getting twice the dress for the money. Oh, and it helps make a wedding green, too!
Check this out!
A very popular David's Bridal gown with a five heart rating, this dress retails in the $500 range. Seller is asking $275!
I have seen this listed as retailing for over $1500.
A CasaBlanca C1859 is listed at $500. I have a feeling it could be negotiated to sell for a bit less, even though that is a great dress for the price!
A hard to find gown with sleeves
So many brides are looking for a modest gown at a modest price. This dress is perfect on both counts. Only $320, but is was just recently posted so I don't expect it to stick around long!
A very popular dress
at David's Bridal
This gown is another popular style from David's Bridal. It retails for $599, but the seller is asking $300 and has some other essentials she is offering with it.
Here is an Oleg Cassini gown, brand new, for only $450. I love the sweetheart neckline on this dress.
For brides who didn't know how assessible the preowned market had become, there is always the opportunity to sell their dress when the wedding is over. In fact, it really helps to make that decision beforehand. I can give you lots of good reasons why you should sell it, but that's another post!
What about you? What are your feelings about a preowned wedding dress?