Bridal fashions come and go so quickly, it’s no surprise that designers have to phase out some of their less popular styles. Unfortunately, sometimes there are brides out there who really love these discontinued wedding gowns! If you are a bride who is looking for information about a specific discontinued bridal dress, you’ve come to the right place! Recently, we added a Wedding Museum
to our website, where we have an extensive collection of discontinued wedding dresses from tons of designers, like Maggie Sottero
, and Allure
, just to name a few.
Your go-to resource for discontinued wedding gowns.
The hardest part about falling in love with a bridal dress style that's been discontinued is obvious: the designer no longer makes it. And, because most designers don’t manufacture a gown until it’s ordered, they rarely have any hanging stock of these gowns left over.
I’m in love with a discontinued bridal dress! Help!
Never fear, dear brides! There are so many beautiful, current styles to choose from! Finding a dress similar, if not nearly identical, to the discontinued bridal dress you love is a challenge we’d love to conquer. We want to help make your planning process as smooth as possible, and we’d be happy to help you find a dress to love that’s just as gorgeous as your discontinued favorite. So, whether you’re looking for specific discontinued styles, want to make sure your favorite style hasn’t been discontinued, or just want a glimpse into the bridal fashion trends of the past few years, make sure you stop by our Museum
. Also, make sure you check out another helpful resource, our Wedding Encyclopedia
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