Ladies if you’re thinking of selling your wedding dress here are some great tips!
— List the dress within two years of buying since older gowns can start to lose value. PreownedWeddingDresses.com has an online calculator that can help you figure own how much the dress could sell for.
— Know the fees. Some websites, such as Once Wed, are free for a basic listing. But others, such as Still White and PreownedWeddingDresses.com, charge a one-time fee. And remember, you’ll also have to pay to get the dress cleaned, which can cost $100 and up.
— Post as many pictures of the dress as you can. And be prepared to use Facetime, Skype or other video calling service to give potential buyers a live look at the dress, says Shelley Brown, the fashion and beauty editor at wedding planning site The Knot.
— Be honest about the condition of the dress and point out any damage or permanent stains.