Im in need of a wedding dress but i cant afford to spent a lot of money on one. Im skimping on a lot of things because my partner and i have decided not to have an extravagant wedding.
Does anyone know any online stores that arent dodgy? Doesnt have to specialise in wedding dresses
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09-02-2015 15:02 #1
Wedding dress help
09-02-2015 15:10 #2
I've heard reasonable things about JJs house (Google I think that's what it's called)
Or speak to a dress maker although I discovered that a dress maker was likely to cost as much as an off the rack gown.
A couple of friends have bought online. Both were reasonably happy but needed a little alteration done. Which I don't think is unusual.
I've also heard to buy slightly bigger than you need as these sites are notorious for under sizing and easier to alter a too big dress than too small!
Also don't go for the most extravagant dress because it's cheap. More to go wrong! Go for simple!
09-02-2015 15:25 #3
I have bought dresses from JJ's house (or JenJen House - they are the same) and they have turned out fabulous.
I got this one
in burgandy, and it is gorgeous. The fit is perfect, its beautifully lined and boned so very supportive ...
09-02-2015 15:25 #4Senior Member
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I bought one off JJ House. Beautiful ! No alterations required. Quick delivery and cheap. Can highly recommend them. Only problem is there are SO many to choose from haha.
09-02-2015 15:31 #5
Light In The Box is another good one. After reading a lot of reviews, I was going to order from there, but I ended up getting a dress heavily discounted in a Bridal shop as it was end of season, so it's worth keeping an eye out in stores too.
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