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Postby hayleygreenhalgh » Sat Apr 11, 2009 7:35 pm

hey well i have a prom a gorgeous pink jeweled cinderella style prom dress that im looking to sell, but ive looked on ebay and noticed they dont really go for alot, i paid £300 for it so am looking for at least £100-£150 as its only been worn once, does any1 know any other places i could go to try sel it or wether dress shops would actually buy back worn dresses, thank muchly xxx
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Re: prom dress

Postby dipsydoodlenoodle » Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:43 am

hayleygreenhalgh wrote:dress shops would actually buy back worn dresses


Best thing to do would be to ask them. Sorry I don't know where else you could try and sell it; I couldn't imagine people would want to pay a lot for a second hand dress (even if it has only been worn once or twice).
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Re: prom dress

Postby earthchild » Tue Apr 14, 2009 10:37 am

You could try asking the girls in the year below you?
or, putting an ad in the local paper/newsagent ?
im not sure how ebay works but could you not put a reserve on the price?
other than that i cant think of anything!
you may just have to accept it as loss.
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