Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need an appointment?

We suggest you have an appointment if you wish to try anything on. Walk ins are welcome on weekdays, but if we are attending an appointment there may not be a consultant or a fitting room available for you.  Simply click the button, you can schedule an appointment online!

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Do you buy gowns?

No, we do not buy gowns. We have a consignment program we offer on occassion and typically evaluate potential consignment gowns on Wednesdays between 10am & 12pm. If your gown is accepted, we have a simple 90 day contract and the split is 50/50 unless you bought your gown from us...then you get 75%, we keep 25%.


Do you offer appointments after hours?

We are happy to accomodate after hours appointments, please call or send us an email request and we will see if we can make it work! 

How many people can I bring to my appointment?

We try not to limit the number of people you can bring, however the couch seats about four and really, you don't want to over-do it! Too many opinions create confusion. Choose wisely, someone who has different taste and little filter can make finding your gown difficult.


Do you charge for appointments

We do not currently charge nor do we take a deposit for your special time. We just ask that you be respectful of our time and cancel well in advance if needed. This will allow someone from our waitlist to fill your spot!

How long is my appointment and how many gowns can I try?

Appointments typically are 90 mins. We do not have a timer and do not have a limit on how many gowns you try.

Are all your gowns used?

No. While we accept consignment gowns on occassion, the majority of our inventory is made up of samples, discontinued gowns and cancelled orders. We also like to buy out overstock and sometimes gowns out of alterations.

How much do alterations cost?

This is tricky, as most wedding gowns required at least some alterations, every one is different. It is a good idea to look at gowns in a range of sizes closest to yours. You likely don't want to buy a gown that is way too small or way too large. Most designer gowns use a rule of thumb that it can be let out one whole size or taken in two whole sizes but this is not always the case. Every tailor sets their own prices so we do not quote alterations cost.