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Nowadays everyone is trying to save money on their weddings and one big expense is always THE DRESS! I know I had a hard time wrestling with the idea of spending so much money on a gown I would wear one time!! I only wish that I had known about Still White back when I was planning my big day! Still White was founded in Australia by a husband and wife team- bringing pre-loved designer gowns to brides on the hunt for the dress of their dreams that doesn’t break their budget. They recently have expanded to the US to bring the upcycled designer dress love to brides in the states!

Some great things to know about Still White:

  • They have designer dresses at a fraction of the cost of retail
  • There are hundreds of dresses already available and more added daily
  • There’s something for every budget, size and shape.
  • Includes dresses from all the major designers like Maggie Sottero, Henri Josef and Mariana Hardwick

BONUS:

  • You’ll be recycling a previously worn dress- this is good for the environment and creates less waste
  • You can list your pre-loved dress on the site and recoup some of your cost!

To celebrate the launch of Still White in the US, Still White is giving all our readers free listings for a limited time! So if you’re a recently wed bride and want to spread the love, list your dress on Still White for free, recoup some of your wedding costs, and feel all warm and fuzzy for doing a good deed. :) To list your wedding dress for free, simply visit http://www.stillwhite.com today.

Still White is available in the following countries:

Australia – http://www.stillwhite.com.au
New Zealand – http://www.stillwhite.co.nz
United Kingdom – http://www.stillwhite.co.uk
United States – http://www.stillwhite.com
South Africa – http://www.stillwhite.co.za

Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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