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Wedding Dresses Under $500 on PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com

Brides, of course, want to look beautiful on their wedding day.  But picking the perfect wedding dress can be a daunting task, especially if you're not willing to spend a small fortune. That's why used wedding dresses are a great option for budget brides everywhere, and PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com* is the first place they should look.

Oscar de la Renta gown on PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com.
When she was unable to find an outlet to sell her designer wedding gown, self-proclaimed "sucker for weddings" Josie Daga founded the site in 2004.  PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com connects buyers and sellers of new, sample and used designer wedding gowns, many for less than $500.

With over 9,000 wedding dresses in stock by more than 300 different designers including Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Marchesa and Oscar de la Renta, the site helps impending brides find their dream dresses. For a one-time, $25 flat fee past brides can also list and resell their dresses.

Brides can browse by categories like: Dresses We Love, Most Viewed, Best Deals or New Listings of the Week. It's also easy to pick your perfect dress by searching by designer, size, price, silhouette and location.

Here’s a testimonial from happy bargain bride, Lee-Ann L. (February, 2012): 

“I got a brand new with tags Enzoani dress for $400.  I am still in awe.  The dress is amazing and has never been worn.  A bride had ordered it from the bridal shop that sold it to me and had cancelled the order, so they wanted to get rid of it.  It’s gorgeous and it fits like a glove.  PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com exceeded my expectations!”

*This post was sponsored by PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com.

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