Will you sell your wedding dress? If you are like 85% of brides today, you’re considering the option.
Many modern brides are opting to sell their wedding gowns – and not just for the money. Today’s bride wants her dress to be loved again and to help make another bride’s dress dream come true.
PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com been helping brides share their beloved gowns with future brides since 2004. And if you’re considering selling your wedding dress online, here are 5 tips to help you sell it quickly and easily.
1) Great Pictures Tell The Dress Story
A picture is worth 1000 words. And in the case of a wedding dress, maybe even more. Use great images to showcase your beautiful gown. Include pics of the front, back and any detail. And it’s always better to show photos of the dress on a person instead of a hanger. (And one more great excuse to showcase your wedding photos).
2) It’s All In the Details
Imagine you are selling your dress to a bride unfamiliar with the gown or the designer. Describe everything about the gown including the fabric, the cut and the details of the gown. And be sure to mention all alterations, cleaning and any imperfections with the dress.
3) Price It To Sell
Many factors influence the price of a wedding dress: the designer, the age, the condition, if it has been worn, and if it has been cleaned. Want to find out what your gown is worth? Try our Wedding Dress Value Calculator to instantly get an estimated value.
4) Use Your Network
Quickly get extra exposure for your dress by sharing it with your social networks. You never know which friend of a friend has been looking for your exact gown. Use Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram are great ways to let them know your beautiful gown is now for sale.
5) Sell Safely
You can sell your wedding dress online with confidence when you use a secure payment method. We recommend either Paypal or Escrow.com – both offer buyer and seller protection to keep your transaction smooth, safe and hassle free. (Read more about the protections).
Here’s to selling and making another bride as happy as you were with your gown!