Wedding Dress Shop Sales

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    sparkledream

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    :blink:does anyone know typically when wedding dress shops have their sales?
    do most shops have sale rails all year?
     
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    It depends on the shop - some do and some don't. Wedding dress sales don't seem to be at the same time of the year as regular clothes sales, so it might be worth seeing whether your local shops do email notifications for sales.

    It's also worth noting that they should always be open to a bit of negotiation - haggle your heart out!! ;)
     
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    The new one at the bottom of South Street opposite La Bella Bridal has a huge Feb sale. ALso, will try and find out the next dates for the Spring wedding fayre at the racecourse near Newton Abbot as last time they had awesome bargain dresses there for sale. Look up Thistle Rougemont Hotel too as they have wedding dress sale days around now :lol:
     
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    I noticed petit boutique on Moreton street, Pimlico (London). As far as I know they had some sales during last week. Coz they just opened. But worth a try. From experience those small ones always could offer some extra discounts for a nice eyes. :)
     
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