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How much are Maggie Sottero dresses?

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Opheliasgoldenwine Wed 27-Sep-17 08:21:22

I really like the look of two: Berkeley and Cordelia but I cannot find for the life of me the specific prices of those dresses; it just says the company's dresses range from £650 to £1600. Anyone have any ideas? Also, which one do you prefer?blush

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Opheliasgoldenwine Wed 27-Sep-17 08:42:56

Hopeful bump blush

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sourpatchkid Wed 27-Sep-17 08:56:29

It really depends - my sisters was £2000, my best friends £500. You'll need to go to a shop I'm afraid

walkalongjosie Wed 27-Sep-17 08:59:46

I had a maggie sottero dress and it was 1800 with a discount. That was 8 years ago

walkalongjosie Wed 27-Sep-17 09:01:37

Which reminds me I need to free up some space in my wardrobe.. dress about fills it
Shall have a look at some selling sites smile

CandyMelts Wed 27-Sep-17 09:05:30

I found wedding dress shops great at replying on Facebook messages with dress prices, try a few different stockists so you can compare and ask he much and how you book appointments etc so they feel your a genuine customer.

Remember you can always haggle grin

CandyMelts Wed 27-Sep-17 09:06:08

God what terrible spelling, sorry!

YouCantArgueWithStupid Wed 27-Sep-17 09:13:34

Mine was £1200

FeralBeryl Wed 27-Sep-17 09:22:50

Mine was around £1000 many years ago.
Really lovely quality dressses.

mummabubs Wed 27-Sep-17 09:27:03

Mine should have been £1400 but I bought it as a sample in the bridal shop for £700- it was the only way I could afford a Maggie Sottero! Definitely worth considering that OP, I had to pay £100 to get it altered down but so worth it x

PeterRabbitt Wed 27-Sep-17 09:39:23

£750 two years ago. I've tried to sell it on since but there has been zero interest apart from a daft ebayer who thought £50 was a fair price and I could chuck in a free courier service hmm

Opheliasgoldenwine Wed 27-Sep-17 11:13:26

@mummabubs what's a sample?blush

I didn't know that you could haggle?!shock

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Llamacorn Wed 27-Sep-17 11:16:28

I had a Maggie Sottero 10 years ago and it cost around £1400, without alterations or extras thanks dad

Do you have any discount wedding places or warehouses around you? My sister has one near her than do regular clearance sales and they had designer dresses including Maggie sottero etc ridiculously reduced.

Llamacorn Wed 27-Sep-17 11:17:19

Samples are the ones that bridal shops have in for brides to try on etc

ineedwine99 Wed 27-Sep-17 11:17:57

Mine was £1500 in 2015

ineedwine99 Wed 27-Sep-17 11:19:15

The Berkeley is my fave, it's STUNNING!

dynevoran Wed 27-Sep-17 11:22:01

The Cordelia one is lovely. They both are really! I normally click on links and think meh but they're both really nice .

3boys3dogshelp Wed 27-Sep-17 11:28:19

Mine was £700 10 years ago. I still love it.
Both of your choices are beautiful- you really need to try them on though and see which one makes you feel like a bride. They are so different to anything else you will wear that you might be surprised by what makes you feel good.

mummabubs Wed 27-Sep-17 11:57:49

@Opheliasgoldenwine it's the one that they keep in store that people going dress shopping try on 😊 So all the ones you try on in the salon are sample dresses. For me the knowledge that a few people had tried it on before me was worth the £700 reduction!! I waited until my local bridal shop had a sample sale (loads will do these if you keep your eyes peeled) and the one I was in love with happened to be one of the samples in the sale as it was now considered last years style!

CandyMelts Wed 27-Sep-17 12:21:45

Yes absolutely haggle! I got 15% off my dress.
Once you've got a guide on prices make an appointment, tell them you want to look at dresses around e.g. 1000 but love the X dress so definitely want to try that too. Then if you love it ask politely if there's anything that can be done on the price. They want to tie up that sale there and then, they don't want you going elsewhere. If they won't shift on price you might be able to get veil/shoes/alterations thrown in.

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