Dress from Ebay/China?
Posted 10 November 2008 - 01:45 AM
in Greece in 2007. Pretty much everyone we
invited told us they wouldn't be able to
make it so we decided to postpone the
I was so set on our wedding date that
I had a wedding planer, dress.etc. I ordered
my dress from China via Ebay. Now we've
made up our minds: We're having a
Mexico wedding in june 2010..
I really want a new dress.. the one
I have is fine. But its been in the closet
for over 2yrs and I just feel like a want a new one.
I think we paid 120 inc. shipping so it won't
feel like a waist of money if I don't use my
I think I'll order my new one from Ebay also, since
I had a great experience w/ the first one..
So anyways.. I just wanted to know if anyone else
on here got/will get their dress from china/ebay?
If so, what seller did you use? How was your experience?
Did you get bridesmaids dresses?
Here's me in my 1st dress..Unfortunately I can't remember the name
of the seller on Ebay.
Feel free to post pictures and links
Posted 10 November 2008 - 10:56 AM
Posted 10 November 2008 - 04:51 PM
| Originally Posted by adias.angel |
I am getting mine from China but not ebay. Here is a online store that deals direct and has great feedback: Cheap Wedding Gowns, Wedding Dresses, Bridesmaid Dresses, Discount Bridal Gowns-Lilywedding.com
Posted 10 November 2008 - 07:03 PM
Posted 10 November 2008 - 07:08 PM
Posted 10 November 2008 - 08:19 PM
| Originally Posted by KAYCE |
I have been thinking about getting a dress from China via Ebay. So really..did the dress fit and look like you thought it would?
I took my own measurements, but I would prob. recommend that you see a seamstress or someone that knows how to do it properly. My dress (with slip) arrived 10 or 14 days after I ordered it and it looked way better than I thought it would, absolutely gorgeous.
But the more I thought about it I realized I didn't want a long train since we're getting married at a beach.etc. It's SUPER heavy w/ the slip and the train.. I'd be sweating like a pig in that dress.. So I want something different. I think I'll try on a couple of different dresses at Davids Bridal before ordering my next dress.. that way I can figure out what type of dress will look best on my body. I had a baby 6months ago, and I think we'll have another one by the time we get married.. So I'm pretty sure my measurements will be different too compared to when I ordered the first dress.
But YES I would recomend the dresses on Ebay/China.. and even if you don't like the first pick. You can order 2 more and you'd still pay less than you would've for just one dress from a bridal-shop.
Posted 10 November 2008 - 08:20 PM
Posted 11 November 2008 - 02:13 PM
If you had a good experience w/your first vendor or someone on here has had a good experience with one..then give it a shot. You have time if it comes and you are not happy.
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