There’s a new fad for newlyweds y’all. Have you noticed?
I’m not talking about changes in thank you note etiquette or who is taking whose last name and so on and so forth. I’m talking about THE DRESS. What are brides doing with their wedding gowns sans “I do” these days?
They’re cashing in.
The era of saving your wedding dress for your daughter to wear one day is definitely behind us. Trust me, your daughter is not going to want to wear your 25 year old wedding gown when she walks down the aisle. You won’t ever be wearing it again either.
You can sell your wedding dress on their site for only $25. It’s a flat fee. They don’t even make a commission off of your sale! Furthermore, PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com has already helped over 25,000 newlyweds successfully sell their wedding gowns within 70 days. That’s a quick turnaround and an amazing track record, don’t you think?
It’s super easy too . . .
PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com is a trusted site that has been endorsed by top media outlets like the WSJ, NY Times, Martha Stewart Weddings, US Weekly, MTV News, Cosmo and PEOPLE. Plus, you can see what past sellers have said about their experience with them.
Selling your wedding dress on similar sites my seem sketchy or risky, and it probably is. Josie Daga with PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com is anything but. She takes care of all of her newlyweds. You’re in great hands with her!
What do you think? Will you be selling your wedding dress? If you do, comment and let me know how it goes. Oh, and you may remember from a previous post that I have two wedding dresses hanging in my closet. I’m clicking over to PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com right now to list my dresses. I foresee honeymoon #2 on the horizon!