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I ordered my wedding dress online for £14 without ever trying it on – luckily it looked exactly like the pictures

BRIDES are blushing over a traditional wedding dress that’s currently reduced to just £13.77.

Originally £40.49, the maxi dress features a lace top, floaty skirt and attached cape that drapes over the shoulders. 

SheinBrides are raving about this £13.77 wedding dress[/caption]

SheinIt comes with a lace collar, floaty skirt and built-in cape[/caption]

Bride-to-bes are picking it up on Shein for a cool £13.77 thanks to a 66% discount at the fast fashion giant. 

The exact dress is the Belle Contrast Lace Cloak Sleeve Mock Neck Chiffon Maxi Dress. 

And it seems you’ll get your money’s worth at the bargain price as a number of buyers have dubbed the quality “very good”.

“It’s very good quality,” one blushing bride said. 

“I like the material and it’s exactly like the photos.

“I love it.”

“It’s a really nice and well-made dress,” a second penned. 

“I recommend it.”

A third bride even praised the “speedy delivery”, making it the perfect dress for last-minute brides. 

It comes in sizes 6 to 14, with most buyers rating it true to size, and is made from 100% polyester.

A whopping 94% of couples plan to cut back their wedding costs amid the cost of living crisis, a study recently found.

So it makes sense why brides-to-be are turning to high-street and bargain retailers for their wedding dress. 

Other e-retail giants like ASOS and Oh Polly have become go-to digital destinations for brides-to-be looking for a style gown for cheap. 

ASOS has a whopping 10,003 dresses listed under its Bridal Wedding Dresses section, with white styles starting as cheap as £6.

The term ‘wedding dress’ on Oh Polly throws up 723 styles, including corset frocks and embellished maxi gowns.

According to Hitched, the average UK wedding comes to £18,400.

And with the cost of living crisis pinching Britain’s purses, lovebirds are doing whatever it takes to cut costs. 

A whopping 45% of people currently planning their wedding stated they would cut down on their guest list in an effort to save money, one study found.

I ordered my wedding dress online for £14 without ever trying it on – luckily it looked exactly like the pictures

BRIDES are blushing over a traditional wedding dress that’s currently reduced to just £13.77.

Originally £40.49, the maxi dress features a lace top, floaty skirt and attached cape that drapes over the shoulders. 

SheinBrides are raving about this £13.77 wedding dress[/caption]

SheinIt comes with a lace collar, floaty skirt and built-in cape[/caption]

Bride-to-bes are picking it up on Shein for a cool £13.77 thanks to a 66% discount at the fast fashion giant. 

The exact dress is the Belle Contrast Lace Cloak Sleeve Mock Neck Chiffon Maxi Dress. 

And it seems you’ll get your money’s worth at the bargain price as a number of buyers have dubbed the quality “very good”.

“It’s very good quality,” one blushing bride said. 

“I like the material and it’s exactly like the photos.

“I love it.”

“It’s a really nice and well-made dress,” a second penned. 

“I recommend it.”

A third bride even praised the “speedy delivery”, making it the perfect dress for last-minute brides. 

It comes in sizes 6 to 14, with most buyers rating it true to size, and is made from 100% polyester.

A whopping 94% of couples plan to cut back their wedding costs amid the cost of living crisis, a study recently found.

So it makes sense why brides-to-be are turning to high-street and bargain retailers for their wedding dress

Other e-retail giants like ASOS and Oh Polly have become go-to digital destinations for brides-to-be looking for a style gown for cheap. 

ASOS has a whopping 10,003 dresses listed under its Bridal Wedding Dresses section, with white styles starting as cheap as £6.

The term ‘wedding dress’ on Oh Polly throws up 723 styles, including corset frocks and embellished maxi gowns.

According to Hitched, the average UK wedding comes to £18,400.

And with the cost of living crisis pinching Britain’s purses, lovebirds are doing whatever it takes to cut costs. 

A whopping 45% of people currently planning their wedding stated they would cut down on their guest list in an effort to save money, one study found.

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