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How to Buy the Perfect Wedding Dress without Affecting Your Savings?

by Mymoney Mantra FinTech (Financial Technology)

To most of the brides, wedding occasion is all about the dress, jewellery and looking fabulous. However, for this, you need not pay a big amount from your hard earned money as the salon or the dress is not really pocket-friendly but you have to buy it as your wedding day doesn’t come again. No bride wants to see her wedding album and cry since somebody else was looking prettier than herself on her wedding day.

 

You may search the net, go for shopping with your mother or friends, but the chances of you finding something perfect for the wedding day at a cost that you would love. Finding the perfect dress itself is a war when your wedding day is approaching, how can somebody think of cost-cutting. All you will end up with will be a dress that doesn’t look good enough for the bride but was cheap, so you purchased.

 

Many times girls end up buying two dresses since the first was not appropriate. Spend on one masterpiece than buying dresses you are not really happy with but have no choice since the budget is limited. You deserve designer wear on your wedding day, think of a Low Rate Personal Loan if Sabyasachi is beyond your financial reach, after all, you get married only once.

 

But if you are looking for the best-looking wedding dress within your budget, and are unable to find it, here are some suggestions.  

 

Try Shopping on National Bridal Sale Day

Sounds surprising? Yes, there is one such day dedicated to the brides and the bridals. On this day, all the shops across the country selling bridal outfits offer attractive discounts. The third Saturday of July is celebrated as the National Bridal sale day. Of course, when you get your dream dress in a dreamlike amount, it is a celebration.

 

Don’t Search for “Wedding” Dress

The wedding dress sellers are all alike, they have somewhere the same cost of the products at every shop. The concept of “your requirement, but my business” is omnipresent amongst these shopkeepers. As soon as the word “bridal” is suffixed or prefixed, the cost of the material rises many fold times. It’s better you look out for dresses in non-bridal range, but if nothing works, the option of a low rate Personal Loan is always present. Take a timely decision, so you don’t have to lose on the dress or your money.

 

Ask a Relative

If you know somebody, who had their wedding recently, consult them about where to shop. Or if their dress still looks like a brand new one, you can borrow it and give it a second life. Borrowing is not a bad option, you can even think of taking it on rent, a dress you wear on a wedding is rarely ever used.

 

Spending thousands of rupees for one-time wear is not a wise decision, but then comes the tradition. Still, if you do not want to wear something already worn or the hassles of washing or dry cleaning and alteration appears to be a big task, you do have an option to find what will make you feel like the princess you are with Personal Loans for which the  facility of online approval is available.

 

Buy Online

Nowadays almost everything is available online. This time-saving method of shopping can give you deals worth stealing. There are manufacturers or designers who do not own a brand but have Facebook or Instagram accounts. They display the dresses online, and you can connect with them using a phone number or e-mail id.

 

Since they are not a huge brand, they offer you designer dresses at reasonable price. Additionally, the hassle of ill-fitting or delay in replacement, such issues are comparatively lower in case of small manufacturers. And of course, online shopping portals which are massive do not have time to think about the ‘one’ dress of yours, but these designers do care about it. However, the threat of being cheated is something you need to safeguard yourself from.

 

Pick a Colour

The dress is good, it fits well, but if you can’t get it in the colour you want, there is no point in buying it. It’s not just colour when it comes to a wedding dress. Nowadays, brides have shown a change in their taste, instead of a traditional red, maroon or orange, there is a shift towards blue, green and mauve coloured wedding dresses.

 

However they are not very commonly available, but selecting one such colour opens up a gate to find the right dress at the right price as not all the brides go for them. The sale is less and so the price, hence if you finalise the colour, it gets a lot more easier for you to buy it, both financially and in making a choice. And if you select an expensive one with pretty enticing colour, Personal Loans comes as a rescue.

 

The Right Fit

Brides do sometimes wish to wear their mother’s wedding dress, to make it more special. You not only save money by doing this, but also help build a memory that would last forever.  However, it needs great care as alteration is required. Choose a good tailor and give the size properly. If you cut off a piece of cloth, it won’t look good if stitched again. It is easier to get a trim but an add-on is a problematic situation. Save yourself from this trouble by adequately choosing the size.

 

The dress in the budget, is all-explained, but remember you do not have to put your savings in danger for a dress. A Personal Loan can be repaid with what you earn, without affecting the savings you made till date.


Also Read: What is GST and How Does It Impact a Personal Loan?

 

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