If you’re aiming to be more eco-friendly or just trying to save a bit of money, then a second-hand – or pre-owned – wedding dress may be the way to go.
But if the thought of wearing a dress that someone’s already worn gives you the heebie-jeebies, then bear in mind that just because a dress is pre-owned doesn’t necessarily mean pre-worn.
This beautiful Jim Hjelm dress, for example, is brand new with tags (the bride “downscaled” her wedding venue and bought a more appropriate dress) and, according to the seller, hasn’t even been tried on. And yet it’s selling for US$2600, $760 below the original price. Find more at PreOwned Wedding Dresses.