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    I paid about $600 from memory, it was an Ex display dress that was missing a few tiny beads and needed a dry clean

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    Firstly CONGRATS!!!!

    My dress was a once off designer dress that i managed to get from a sale for $730.00 It would have cost over $4000 if they were to sell it on their line however they would not have made any profit as the materials were expensive.

    here is a pic

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    Front - hate this pic but best one to show you the front with out having other in it.

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.427292802106.219420.673032106&type=3#!/photo.php?fbid=432965802106&set=a.427292802106.219 420.673032106&type=3&theater

    I should say it was NEW aswell.

    I actually did buy a $4400 dress from Abbey brides and paid in full and well they went bankrupt 2 months before I got my dress (was being made in spain) so lost out on the dress and money... rrr.. anyway thankgoodness, my mum persuaded me to check out the sale because I loved my dress and it ended up being more perfect then the one I wanted in the first place.

    Also op. Don't pay for it in full, they all offer payment plans. Do this because your less likely to loose out if something goes wrong.
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    Mine was $500. It was from a closing down sale and a deb dress. No beading or anything, pretty plain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    Over $4k about 6 years ago. Having said that, it was custom made and the large portion of it was the french lace that made the dress. I think the cost of having it made was about $800. That included her designing it, a trial dress (made out of cheap cotton) and having to hand sew the hemmy bit in (its edge was in little M shapes and I am a shorty) with beading. She also made my veil for that
    WOW i would love to see a pic!!

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    $490 or something like that, under $500 anyway. It was on the sale rack, quite simple but i loved it.
    Unfortunately it was strapless (which i didn't like) and way too big (like it would just fall to the floor, literally, if i didn't hold it up) so it ended up costing me around $1000 after i had it altered and added sleeves (very expensive but beautiful beaded cap sleeves).

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    Im getting married this sunday. Mine is a paco dress for 350. Plain straight which is wanted. The bridesmaids dresses are the same paco dress in different colour. Paco are australua wide

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    I got mine for $500. Its a current season dress that retails for $1900, but the zip was broken!

    $50 for a new zip and it was sorted...

    Shows you the markup on them though if for a broken zip they can take $1400 off the price!

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    $1700 including hoop, veil, purse and hairpiece. Made by a dressmaker who helped design it with me. Loved having a dress made specifically for me!

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    $50 It was beautiful. Not traditional though

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    I got a Maggie Sottero dress off the rack for $900 including dry cleaning then paid $300 for alterations. It would have been about $1700 bought to order plus any slight alterations.


 

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