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Q: How much was your wedding dress

Planning to get  married this summer. Going to do it at home, not in China... Don't like dresses here.. How much was the dress you liked and bought for your wedding? 

6 years 5 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shijiazhuang

 
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Firstly, congratulations on your upcoming wedding!

 

There are plenty of dresses to choose from, but you will need to do a lot of searching before you might find something you like.

 

As you may have seen, Chinese wedding dresses look like fluffy curtains, however, there are some that are actually very nice and of a different style. 

 

For a good quality dress you will probably spend around 2000-5000RMB. Of course there are cheaper and also more expensive options. 

 

Try searching for shops on taobao, making sure to carefully read their reviews. If you find a shop which is in your city, get in contact with them and arrange a time where you can go and try the dress on before buying it. 

 

All the best!!

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Firstly, congratulations on your upcoming wedding!

 

There are plenty of dresses to choose from, but you will need to do a lot of searching before you might find something you like.

 

As you may have seen, Chinese wedding dresses look like fluffy curtains, however, there are some that are actually very nice and of a different style. 

 

For a good quality dress you will probably spend around 2000-5000RMB. Of course there are cheaper and also more expensive options. 

 

Try searching for shops on taobao, making sure to carefully read their reviews. If you find a shop which is in your city, get in contact with them and arrange a time where you can go and try the dress on before buying it. 

 

All the best!!

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Thank you about Taobao. I actually tried to buy one, but it was not what I Wanted to wear, so sent it back. I ask about prices because all my Chinese friends just rented dresses. 

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You should search on here from bridalsonline or whatever they called themselves!

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