Hey ladies! I am not sure if I have mentioned this in one of my previous blogs (Euro Travel Guide or Wedding Decor Ideas), but I am a newlywed myself, so I know a thing or two about dress shopping. I know that it can be extremely stressful and that a lot of research goes into it before you even step foot into a store. However, once you try on that dream dress you pinned over and over, it usually is not the dress you will wear on your perfect day. At least that is what happened to me. I thought I wanted to wear tulle and lace, and I ended up in an a-line gown with a mesh back! So enough with the small talk, lets talk about wedding dresses!
Did you know that Anthropologie has a wedding dress line?! Did you know that it is very affordable and very very trendy? It is where I got my wedding dress. I found myself on their website once or twice a day. Sometimes I still look. The dresses are just so chic it is so hard to resist. Their dresses range from sizes 0-16 and $200-$2,000. BHLDN accommodate all types of brides.
If you want a custom made dress, then Anomalie is the right place for you! The dresses are custom made, so size doesn't matter. The dress is made to fit you! The prices are reasonable too. Take a style quiz, and tell a stylist your budget. The average Anomalie dress ranges from $800-$1,300. Ladies remember, the dress is custom made, so there are no alterations to pay for afterwards.
We all know Nordstrom, but we might not know it for it's wedding dresses. However, they have very affordable dresses starting at $340. Guess what guys? The semi-annual Nordstrom sale is coming up, so you can score a brilliant wedding dress for just a fraction of the whole sale price July 11th if you are a card member. If you are not a card member, then you will have to wait a week until Nordstrom opens up the sale to the public.
If you are looking for a boho, chic wedding dress, then head over to Reformation. They have very affordable and cute wedding dresses. Their dresses start at $248. Check out the Giotto or Minerva Dress. Those are a few of my favorites! Reformation uses Afterpay, so you can also pay for your dress in installments if these prices are a bit out of your price range.