GMA: Target Bridal Dress Line Vs High Fashion Wedding Dresses
Last year, the average wedding cost $27,000. Thankfully, Target is helping to ease Brides’ budgets by creating a stylish and affordable bridal line. These looks are all inspired by couture bridal looks right off the runway.
Inez Di Santo Wedding Dress Vs Target Sleeveless Bridal Gown
The original gown retails for $5,500 and was designed by Inez Di Santo. The dress has a deep V-neck and sleeveless straps with gradual gatherings to give you a shape. The Target bridal gown was similar, but really doesn’t hold a candle to the original.
The V is more modest for brides that want to cover up a little but, but the rest of the gown was pretty boring. This look is definitely for the conservative bride that doesn’t want a lot of bells and whistles. The Target gown sells for $129 and you would have cash left over to have it tailored.
Oscar de la Renta Bridal Gown Vs Target Cowl Neck Wedding Gown
The original gown is cut in a mermaid with a U-neck line. Oscar de la Renta dresses stars and celebrities for red carpets, and this dress is stunning. It’s very simple and elegant. The Target version is thousands of dollars less and still offers elegance. You have a cowl neck, which is flattering on any body type and the cut allows the bride to twirl and spin around the dance floor. This dress is for the bride that wants simplicity, elegance and comfort in her wedding gown. It cost $99.99.
Amsala Bridal Fashion Vs Target Strapless Wedding Gown
Amsala is famous in bridal. For $5,000 you get elegance, flirtiness, and beauty wrapped up in one package. The strapless original is translated well in the Target version. Strapless, clean, and ideal for a summer wedding, this dress is a knockout. Clearly the best of the three featured, the strapless Target dress retails at $99.99 and has a lot of detail.