The market place for second hand, used and new wedding dresses | White Gown USAThe market place for second hand, used and new wedding dresses | White Gown USA

  • How Buying and Selling a Second Hand Wedding Dress Works

    How Buying & Selling a Second Hand Wedding Dress Works

    Are you on the market to buy a second hand wedding dress? Are you interested in selling your wedding dress? If so, White Gown is the right place for you. Our site brings you all the resources you need to quickly find, connect, and buy or sell the wedding dress of your dreams.

    We’ve put together a quick and handy guide of how the White Gown process works for our wedding dress marketplace. Have a look below and see how easy it is to find a wonderful and elegant dress or sell your pre loved dress to make another bride’s dreams come true.

    Buying a Second Hand Wedding Dress

    1. Shop

    Browse White Gown’s extensive catalogue of listings. We’re constantly updating with new sellers so check back frequently to find just the right wedding dress for you.

    2. Connect

    Once you find a great dress, connect with a seller and work through negotiations for the price.

    3. Buy

    When you’ve agreed on a mutually satisfactory price, enact the transaction and buy! Depending on the location you can either pick the dress up yourself or have it shipped to you.

    4. Look Beautiful

    Now that you have your dream dress for significantly less money, enjoy your day. You’re going to look absolutely breathtaking in your wedding dress. You’ll be the real spotlight of the entire wedding day.

    Selling a Second Hand Wedding Dress

    Selling a Second Hand Wedding Dress

    1. List

    We’ve simplified the process of putting up your listing on White Gown. Simply create a listing post, upload some pictures and voila! Your dress is listed for sale on our marketplace.

    2. Connect

    Once an interested buyer contacts you, make a connection. Help facilitate the price negotiation process and convert it into a sale.

    3. Sell

    Once you’ve agreed on a price, it’s time to sell the dress!

    4. Make Money

    You’re done! You’ve just made extra money by selling something that was just gathering dust in your closet anyway. Even better, you’re helping another bride make her own dreams come true with a pre loved wedding dress.

    White Gown: Making Your Dress Purchase Even Easier

    With White Gown, you get the best of both worlds. You’ll find a wide range of designer gowns guaranteed to make you look beautiful on your wedding day. And you’ll get them at a significantly lower price than their normal retail rates.

    Why should you break your bank – and your wedding budget – when you don’t have to? Choose White Gown and see how buying and selling a wedding dress benefits you – as a buyer or seller.

  • Wedding Dress Shopping Mistakes to Avoid

    Now that you're engaged, it's time to begin shopping for the perfect wedding dress (if you haven't already!). However, before you dive in head first, you should be aware of some of the most common mistakes brides-to-be make when shopping for their wedding dresses - so that you can avoid the pitfalls.

     

    Getting Stuck on One Idea

    Many women already have their ideal dress in mind before they even begin shopping. However, this may make it difficult to find a dress if nothing in the shop measures up to what you have in your imagination. It's great to have some general ideas, but be prepared to be flexible. Just because you have your heart set on a strapless dress doesn't mean that you shouldn't try on any other styles. You never know when you might find the perfect dress, so be open-minded.

     

    Bringing the Wrong Friends or Family Members

    It's great to bring your friends or your mum along to offer their opinions, but make sure that they will be constructive and honest. The salespeople in the store are likely to ooh and aah over everything you put on, so you'll want someone there who will give it to you straight. Don't bring too many people though, or you may just end up confused by too many conflicting opinions. Bring a select few who you really trust to help.

     

    Buying the Wrong Size

    This is one of the most common traps that brides-to-be fall into. Rather than buying the size that fits, they buy a size too small under the assumption that they will lose weight and get in better shape by the time the wedding rolls around. However, this is never a good idea; weddings already have enough stress surrounding them, so you don't want to put any added pressure on yourself. Buy a dress that fits you properly. You can always have it taken in a bit by a professional tailor if you do lose a bit of weight.

     

    Spending Too Much Money

    A wedding gown is something that you will hopefully only wear once in your lifetime, so it's ok to spend a bit extra for something that is truly special. However, there's no need to go completely overboard. You could live to regret it if you spend enough to buy a car, especially since you will only wear your wedding dress once. At White Gown, you can save a lot of money by purchasing a gently-used gown, or you can gain back some of the money you spent by selling your dress so that someone else can enjoy it as much as you did.

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