David’s Bridal

Last night — on a complete whim — I stopped off at David’s Bridal in New Jersey. It is in the same shopping center as A.C. Moore (where I was suppose to go) and I figured, “Why not just take a look at what they have to offer!? Why haven’t I even considered them yet?” Well, I sort of know why. I am a bit of a no-Kmart, no-Walmart type of gal and to me David’s Bridal is a bit in that category. The pros and cons about David’s Bridal are the same for all those big megastores — they fit lots of girls, so there is something for everyone but at the same time it can come off as generic and cheap. But this was my feeling going into the store, coming out I have to say I was pretty impressed with what they had to offer. The styles were less prom queen / early 90s / super shiny than what I had imagined. On a budget note, they are offering a deal right now for $25, $50 or $100 off these gowns which is dependent on the price (all below are normally price between $399 to $850). The saleswoman, who was amazingly sweet named Mag, says the sale will pause for a bit then reappear in one or two months.

Have you ever vetoed something only to reconsider it later?

*all images are personal photos

very light and flowy - but also almost see through
flower beading on the bodice with just a hint of pinks and blues
chiffon flower and asymmetrical wrap
grecian and structured
the wild card, this was mag's pick - she said it is perfect for my tall frame (5'8")
feeling a little like carrie in "sex in the city" -- high neck collar, back of buttons, and russian blusher


5 thoughts on “David’s Bridal

  1. Oh wow… i love that first one on you. And the see through is probably not a big deal to fix with some spanx or something. What is this hairpiece you wear? Any close ups? It’s pretty. Are any of these contenders?

  2. i love the high collar dress from david’s, one of my best friends is in love with this dress but hates that it’s taffeta… have you seen anything like this anywhere else, if only david’s could custom order it in satin instead…

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