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BUYING A DRESS


Guide to Purchasing Off the Peg or Designer Gowns from Bridal Shops

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Buying a Wedding dress is the most popular option for Bride's up and down the country and many will automatically look to go down this route.

 

Of course, in order to buy a dress, you will need to find one that that puts a tick in all the right boxes. The chosen dress has to make the Bride's mouth fall open as soon as it is seen, and bring a tear to the eye of any Chief Bridesmaid or Mother of the Bride who has accompanied them on the shopping trip when it is tried on for the first time. Finding a dress 'off the peg' that does all of this is no mean feat!

 

And then there is the cost.

 

Buying a Wedding dress can range from the very modest £300 mark up to staggering amounts that we canít print in case they induce temporary heart failure for any Grooms or Fatherís of the Bride who are reading this article. Being serious for a moment, five figures are comfortably achievable when it comes to buying a dress, although we should stress that this is the exception rather than the norm! More reasonably, the average price spent by Brides buying their gowns stands at between £800 and £900.

 

Of course, there are things that can be done to lower the cost of buying a dress and our article entitiled Money Saving Tips may well be of use to those of you looking to save a bit of cash. That said, a Bride will probaly be buying a Wedding dress because it has become the Ďdress of their dreamsí, so regardless of what we advise, we will probably be ignored anyway!

 

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