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David's Bridal - Walk in?

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Ladies,

can you just walk in to a David's Bridal, say on a weekday morning? I want to take a preliminary look, and won't buy just yet. Have you guys done this?

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The ones I've been to prefer if you call ahead of time, so they can make sure they have someone to help you pull dresses and whatnot. With the exception of one location I visited (which was terrible), they're pretty flexible so you don't have to give them very much advance notice, just a call to see if someone's able to help you at the time when you're planning to be there.

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They prefer you to make an appointment. You can walk in but they will not be much help to you. They will be actingas if they are extremely busy.

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If you go on a weekend, you will certainly need an appointment.

 

It shouldn't be an issue if you go on a Tuesday morning or something.

 

You might want to make one at DB just in case. There are a few salons that require apps and I found that a lot were closed on Monday.

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I don't think you HAVE to have an appointment, but it's always a good idea. You'll probably get more personalized help with someone assigned to you that way. Just because you make an appointment, by no means, do you have to buy a dress that day. Good luck finding your perfect dress!

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The one here won't let u try on wedding dresses without an appt. U can look all u want. It's pretty dumb bc they weren't that much help to me when I did try them on. So I would call the one near u and find out. They let us do bm dresses without one though.

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I actually just went yesterday (a Saturday) and didn't have an appointment. The place was CRAZY busy but I wasn't looking to have anyone help me. I really wanted to look at things myself before having someone follow me around. The one I was at was so busy that you had to have an appointment to use a fitting room. We found a bridesmaid dress we liked and wanted to try on so I had one of my BM's try it on in the CORNER! She put it over her clothes then took her close off after it was on. It was actually pretty funny. Even though they were busy we got their around 2:30 and they had a 5:00 appointment open. So if we hadn't decided to make our own dressing room area we could have came back at 5. Hope this helps.

 

Ashley

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Not sure if you need an appointment. I called and got an appointment the same day. I printed all the dresses I wanted to try on from their website. They pulled them all and pulled others matching the style. They were very helpful to me and I enjoyed my experience with them.

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