A friend of mine asked to have my daughter serve as the flower girl in her wedding. The wedding is this month, and they called it off today.
I bought the dress they wanted and didn't say a word about the price, but it was about the most expensive one they had available. It was $350!
I seriously doubt the dress shop will give me any portion of the money back since it has been altered and paid in full. I know she is broken hearted from the break up, and it would suck to bring it up, but that is a LOT of money to just be out. I was pissed to begin with about spending that kind of money. I know all of the bridesmaids are in the same boat, because their dresses were that much or more.
Am I just going to have to eat it?
Answer by kmath at 11:48 PM on Sep. 2, 2012Credits: 228940 Level 46 Relationships Major
Answer by KristiS11384 at 11:48 PM on Sep. 2, 2012Credits: 189904 Level 44 Relationships Minor
Probably not, if the dress had never been altered, you could've received at least half of your money back but, after altering, no. You could try to sell it like Kmath suggested.
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Seems ot be a pretty common problem.
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