I’m thinking about selling my wedding dress.
The concept of selling my dress seemed like a no-brainer to me since the darn thing was EXPENSIVE and I will never wear it again, but I was taken aback at the responses my friends/family had to the idea.
Them: What do you MEAN you may sell your dress!?!?
Me: I mean, I may sell my dress.
Them: Doesn’t it have sentimental value to you?
Me: It DID but now, taking up room in my minimal closet space, it’s more an annoyance.
Them: What if your daughter wants to wear it?”
Me: A) By the time I have daughters getting married, wedding dresses will probably be in black with a 60 ft train.
Me: B) Based on Luke and mys massive heights, our daughters will be 6’4 and would never fit into my dress.
In all honesty though, selling wedding dresses has become a hot trend. It’s a great way for former-brides to recoup some $$ from that dress they wore for 12 hours and it lets other brides, who may not have budget for an expensive dress, feel beautiful on their day for less.
I’m still not 100% going to sell it though, as many people have told me that a wedding dress can end up having a lot of sentimental value to the bride, her family and eventually her daughters. I think I’m going to wait and see if I get any nibbles and then go from there.
About My Dress
So if you’re in the market, or know someone who is, my dress is a gorgeous french, alencon lace gown. It’s by the french designer Cymbeline and is called “Agadir,” and has been professionally cleaned with no flaws. (better photos coming)
It’s a street size 6 to 4 and I was just at 6′ with heels when I wore it. I’ll even throw in a matching floor-length veil. Asking price is $1,800 (44% discount off store price).
Email my at email@example.com if you’re interested!