Difference Between Cheap & Expensive Wedding Dresses

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Cheap and expensive wedding dresses are different in a few key ways beyond just the price. Learn the difference between cheap and expensive wedding dresses with help from the director of Solutions Bridal in this free video clip.

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Hi I'm Tali Gallo, director of Solutions Bridal in Orlando, Florida here to share with you the difference between cheap and expensive wedding dresses. Depending on the designer, location of manufacturing and quality fabrics, wedding dresses can range from $500 to $30,000. With this broad range it's important to know your price range and what you are paying for it before you start shopping. Typically, your wedding dress is 10% to 15% of your overall wedding but it just depends on how important it is for you to feel beautiful on your wedding day and have those gorgeous photos on your walls for years to come. Years later people will definitely be asking to look at your photos. As a rule of thumb, $500 to $2,000 dresses are mass produced overseas and are made out of polyester with a pretend name as a designer. In the $2,000 starts silk dresses, US or Canada-based designers. For a wedding dress that equals the quality in a fine and ready to wear boutique the price range is normally $3,000 where you start to see very well internal structure. Starting at $4,000 you'll find Couture gowns that can be customized to fit your exact needs. From there it goes up according to who designed it, what type of crystal and so on. At around the $20,000 price point you meet with a designer to create the dream dress. Without a doubt there are gorgeous dresses in every price point. It's up to you to determine which price point is best for you. Here are two dresses from the same designer, Watters. One has an elaborate detail, the sister version is polyester with minimal crystal. When you are trying on dresses, make sure to ask your bridal stylist where the dress is made, who the designer is and what is the fabric. They should have all this information. If not, every dress is supposed to have a tag specifying its fabric content and the location it's created. The last thing I want is for any bride to buy a cheap dress for an expensive price tag. So make sure to have your questions ready and know what you're buying before you spend good money on something that's not worth the value. Thanks for watching. I'm Tali here at Solutions Bridal in Orlando, Florida reminding you to stay stylish.


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