Hello ladies! I am really trying to find the designer and style number of the dress pictured below. I fell in love with it at a local bridal salon whose business practices seem a little shady to me. They do not have a website, do not disclose their designers until you purchase the gown, rip the tags out of their samples and do not allow pictures to be taken. They claim that this is to save themselves from being used as a dressing room for girls who want to buy online. I can understand their position, but at the same time, I feel very strange just plopping down $1,000 worth of my hard-earned money without even being told what it is I'm buying! I managed to get a few photos of the dress... can anybody help me out and identify it? I just want to know what it is I'm buying and if the store is giving me a fair price.
#1...you're right. That IS shady. Would a car dealer remove the identifying information so that a prospective buyer wouldn't go elsewhere? Would any OTHER kind of clothes retailer remove the designer's tags? NO they would not. The salon charges more because of the experience they offer and the service they provide. This shop is doing something that is a Red Flag in the bridal industry. There is already a high mark up on these dresses, but I know I'd be pissed if I found out I could have gotten the same dress for hundreds less if I had just had the information. So good on you for sneaking pictures and not buying from them. Don't!
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