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Selling a wedding dress ...whats reasonable?

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Mosschops30 Tue 26-Jul-05 16:49:28

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Nbg Tue 26-Jul-05 16:55:48

Have you looked on E-bay?

You could probably get a better price on there.
I would say £600.

Mosschops30 Tue 26-Jul-05 17:01:25

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Nbg Tue 26-Jul-05 17:23:09

Yeah but it is couture and you'll have only worn it for one day!

I would pay that for one.

dyzzidi Tue 26-Jul-05 17:28:00

Put it up for a price you would be happy with if nobody buys it you are no worse off. You could always decide to put it on for a lower price should you so wish if it doesent sell.

TinyGang Tue 26-Jul-05 17:29:17

I've noticed the question asked when selling a second hand wedding dress is - has it been cleaned? That seems to make it more attractive to the buyer, but can be an extra expense in itself for the seller.

Sponge Tue 26-Jul-05 17:41:14

I'm not surprised Tinygang. Mine cost over £100 to be cleaned .

Mosschops30 Tue 26-Jul-05 19:10:35

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meggymoo Tue 26-Jul-05 19:11:41

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anchovies Tue 26-Jul-05 19:12:11

Mine cost £1000 new, cost £80 to be cleaned and I only got £350 for it!

anchovies Tue 26-Jul-05 19:15:20

I tried selling it on ebay but had much more luck advertising it on hitched

Mosschops30 Tue 26-Jul-05 19:16:03

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Mosschops30 Tue 26-Jul-05 19:16:21

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anchovies Tue 26-Jul-05 19:20:22

Tried £500 reserve first but no bids at all on ebay! is a wedding site that lets you do free ads. I also put it on but didn't hear anything from them.

Relatively speaking I got a 3rd of what it was worth so you'd be the same selling for £500-£600. Is it a popular make (mine was maggie sottero which I think helped find a buyer in the end)

Mosschops30 Tue 26-Jul-05 19:40:47

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