Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Second-Hand Designer Wedding Dresses For Sale

Not everyone can afford to have the wedding dress of their dreams because of budget constraints but it doesn't stop you swooning every time you flick a page over in a bridal magazine and you are hit with yet another stunning image of that Suzanne Neville gown you have been lusting over forever.

Your wedding dress budget is for £1000 and as much as you know you might be able to find a nice dress you cannot pull yourself away from the image of that couture dress which will cost you at least £2500. So what can you do?

Take a trip to Berkshire Brides. Based in Reading this place has got a massive range of pre-owned wedding dresses from Stewart Parvin, Jenny Packham, Suzanne Neville, Sassi Holford and much, much more.

Dresses which they have currently in stock click here and yep if you scroll down to the bottom of the list there is a Vera Wang!!

Berkshire Brides have an abundance of Sample and Second-hand Designer Wedding Dresses from £750-£3000 in sizes 8 - 16. Simply give the lovely Vivienne a telephone call (0118 948 38 38)
 to arrange an appointment and go dress shopping in designer wedding heaven!

Please do not be deterred from the fact that these dresses are pre-owned because each dress will be immaculately presented after being professionally cleaned.

I am going to be selling my Sarah Houston 'Mariee' designer gown which is still available in their Emerald collection and I know for a fact my dress is like brand new. Even the owner Clare Crabtree of Quello in Kenilworth, where I bought my wedding dress from, asked whether I had in fact worn it because it was so clean. Nevertheless I still went ahead and paid to have it professionally cleaned through a recommended bridal dress cleaning company.


I am sure many brides, like me, looked after their gown on their wedding day. I was very careful and my gown never touched the floor outside. Seriously, when you have spent so much money on a designer dress you ensure you look after it.


I would love for someone to enjoy my wedding dress as much as I loved wearing it on my day. I know many brides keep their gowns stored away but to be honest I cannot see the point. What am I going to do with it? I will never wear it again and it seems such a waste of money to just leave it in a box hidden away.

If you are interested then please drop me an email to I shall be keeping my dress for a few weeks and if I do not hear anything then I shall be sending it to Vivienne at Berkshire Brides for her to sell on to any brides-to-be.

Teresa x