My local stores can't order the wedding dress of my dreams in time (without charging hefty fees.) The dress is the only dress I have tried on that was flattering and that I loved. And I have tried on many. Truth be told, I saw it on a mannequin and had to try it on. It looked even more gorgeous on than I had hoped for. The dress was a little out of my price range, but by various means I finally figured out how I could swing it. (but definitely can't swing rush charges.)

Thus I put an ad on one of the wedding sites to find my dress hoping another bride my size may want to sell hers. Today I got a response from someone who has the dress, but it a seller on ebay (of wedding dresses.) How do I insure that the dress is authentic? What questions should I ask? What recourse do I have if I see it's a fake after purchasing it?

The dress is a Sottero & Midgley JSM1103 Champagne color. It's one size smaller than I had requested (it's a size 2), but with the built in corset that the Sottero gowns have, I understand that you have room between sizes. I tried it on in the store as a size 6, and it was a tad too big.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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My sis got a divine black silk one from online store ( for her wedding party this month and I think it was about $120 so still within our budget! The same dress also came in a dusky pink and a sea foam green as well, so with a lot of the styles you can pick a color .


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