FAQ

What size dresses do you carry?

We carry sizes ranging from 0-50 depending on the manufacturer. We highly advise checking the size chart and getting measurements taken before ordering your gown.

Is there any additional size charge?

Most manufacturers do charge for sizes 18 and up.

Will all of my dresses be cut from the same dye lot?

If all of your dresses are ordered at the same time and are of the same style and fabric the dye lots will be the same.  However, if you are ordering dresses at different times or if you are placing an order of different style and/or fabrics the manufacturer will not guarantee the dye lots will be the same.

Do you have a Catalog you can send me?

In order to keep our prices down we do not have catalogs to send out. If you would like to save a picture on your computer you can do so by clicking on the image with your right mouse button. A pop up window will appear and you will want to click “save image as” another window will appear showing you the name and folder your picture will be saved in. Click the Save button and your picture will be available for you to print out and view at your leisure.  If you do not see a picture of the gown you are interested in please contact us and we will try to obtain one for you.

Why are your dresses so inexpensive?

Due to our relatively low overhead and our high volume of sales we can pass along these beautiful dresses at extremely low, low prices.

What happens if when I get my dress it doesn’t fit?

Our return policy is All Sales final. Due to the nature of our business we cannot accept exchanges or returns. It is very important that you get measurements taken and look at the appropriate manufacturers size chart before ordering your dress. Alterations are almost always necessary for a custom fit so please keep this in mind.

How do I know what size to order?

We have provided a size chart for all of the dresses on our site. You can also print the “How to Measure” page and use it as a reference. To save time and to ensure accuracy we suggest you have a professional seamstress measure you for the most accurate sizing.

How long will it take for my dress to arrive?

Your order will take approximately 4-16 weeks for delivery. All wedding gowns, bridesmaids dresses, flowergirls, and mother of the bride/groom are special ordered and depending on stock availability can take between 4-16 weeks. Please note that we can place orders on Rush Cuts if the manufacturer offers that service.

Express Delivery and Rush Cuts may be available upon request and for an additional fee. 

How do I place my order with you?

You can place an order with us online, by fax or phone.. We have a secure server and gladly accept Visa, Master Card and Discover. Please see our Ordering Information page.

Errors and Omissions Policy
We reserve the right to change prices, terms, specifications and warranties without notice. We endeavor to accurately describe every product offered for sale; however, mistakes can sometimes be made. Any typographical, photographic, or specification error in product description, pricing or offers is subject to correction and verification.


FAQ FOR GOWN DESCRIPTIONS

What are the different types of trains and how long are they?

Cathedral length trains extend 2 1/2 yards from the waist.

Semi-Cathedral length trains extend 2 yards from the waist.

Chapel trains extend 1 1/3 yards from the waist.

What are the different types of waistlines?

Basque waistlines are slightly elongated, dipping to a point at the center front.

Asymmetrical waistlines begin at the natural waistline and angle down to one side.

Dropped waistlines fall to several inches below the natural waistline.

What are some of the different types of laces?

Alencon lace is a delicate floral leaf design in a fine net background outlined with heavy threads to define the pattern and add dimension.

Battenberg lace is made by applying a coarse linen tape to the design and connecting tape with decorative linen stitching.

Schiffli lace is an intricate floral pattern embroidered directly onto the gown as opposed to a separate lace sewn to the fabric.

What are some of the different types of necklines?

Scoop neckline is a low and rounded neckline.

Queen Anne neckline is a high at the back and sides of the neck, angling outward and then across top of bustline.

Illusion neckline is transparent lace or netting that begins at high or jeweled neckline and ends just above the bustline.

Sweetheart neckline begins 2″ inside the shoulder line and dips to a heart shape at bustline.

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