When deciding to buy a used wedding gown for your big day, there are certain wedding dress designers that every bride would die to wear. Just because you are wearing a used gown doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your dream of wearing a designer gown. Below are a list of five designers that are not only popular to buy new, but are also popular when shopping for a used gown.
Allure Bridals creates many unique, timeless styles of wedding gowns. Choosing to buy a used gown from this designer almost guarantees the buyer a chance at purchasing a silhouette that has not gone out of style. Because this designer is known for their timeless silhouettes, if you decide to sell your gown after your big day, chances are you won’t have a difficult time finding a new owner.
Carolina Herrera is another brand that is known for her timeless fashion. From dressing multiple first ladies in the White House, to the most prestigious celebrities, this Venezuelan- American fashion designer is best known for her own personal style that translates into her work. Being able to wear a wedding gown designed by Herrera is any brides dream.
Many of Justin Alexander’s wedding gown silhouettes are inspired by the 20’s and 50’s fashion. Grace Kelley was also a huge inspiration for his work, what bride wouldn’t want to be dressed like a princess on their big day? Because of Alexander’s elegant and unique wedding gown styles, purchasing a used gown at a lower price is a high demand for many brides. Which also means that reselling your gown after your big day will be an easy task.
Maggie Sottero’s 2015 line is largely inspired by the feminine edginess that has recently taken over the fashion industry. By incorporating this edginess along with a European flare, Sottero’s gowns are an easy way to add an unexpected flare to your wedding. Buying at almost 50% off the retail price puts these gowns in high demand when one hits the “used” rack.
Vera Wang is best known for bringing her vide of modern romanticism to her bridal gowns. While also introducing her designer label to David’s Bridal stores, Wang makes buying one of her signature gowns easier than ever.