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How to get the best “deal” on your wedding dress – Part 1

How can you find the perfect wedding dress at the lowest price? Should you look online? Should you purchase from the bridal salon that promises they discount all their dresses? With so many options, you wonder why do some shops offer savings and others do not? This is the magic question all brides on a budget ask. The answer is actually very simple and can be summarized in the phrase, “you get what you pay for”…

Your wedding day is the single most important event in your life, and you want it to be perfect. There are many premier salons that are committed to ensuring your gown is exquisite, appropriately fitted, and delivered as promised. This is the type of business you should work with, one that is trustworthy and an authorized retailer of your dream dress. Before you buy, be diligent about checking the reputation of the shop by talking with friends, looking at online reviews, perusing their Facebook page, and blogs. If a bridal shop is willing to “beat anyone’s price” for you, they must be desperate for business, and willing to cut corners to sell you a dress.

What exactly does that mean to you? If a store (or even worse, an online retailer) extends an unbelievable discount to you, beware! “You get what you pay for!” An example of a horror story is shown in the top photo and below.

Can you tell the difference between the fake, unflattering, knockoff dress on the left, and the stunning, detailed Allure Designer Gown on the right?

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by Anna Novak, of Kathryn’s Bridal

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