The Secret To Bridesmaid Dresses On A Budget
With Vow To Be Chic
Some bridesmaid dresses you swore to have tailored into cocktail dresses; others you thought you could at least make into cute throw pillows. Alas, the cliché of awful bridesmaid dresses often rings all too true, leaving women with a handfuls of gowns they will never wear again.
For years, men have been able to avoid this problem and simply rent formalwear. We were excited to find out that brides can finally do the same for their bridesmaids!
Vow To Be Chic offers thousands of rental dresses from designers such as Monique Lhuillier, Jenny Yoo, and Nicole Miller, all for under $100. No longer will you have to shell out hundreds of dollars (nor will you wind up with 27 Dresses you’ll never wear again) – instead, you will have the chance to rent designer bridesmaid dresses at a fraction of the cost.
Once you select the dress, bridesmaids receive two sizes to try on, and then once the event is over, they can return the dresses in a prepaid package – they even handle the dry cleaning! For the fashion and budget savvy bride, renting from Vow To Be Chic is a no brainer. We love the idea of renting bridesmaid dresses because it saves both money and space in the bridesmaids’ closets!
Colin Cowie Weddings is pleased to announce a giveaway with Vow To Be Chic. One lucky prizewinner will receive four bridesmaid dress rentals and one Little White Dress rental!
We are also offering a discount to Colin Cowie readers – by using the promo code “CCOWIE16” you can receive 10% off your rental on http://www.vowtobechic.com/. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount and is only valid for orders placed by April 30th.
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