15 Best Places to Sell a Wedding Dress

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Saying yes to the dress can be one of the most important wedding planning decisions a bride makes. After the big day, some may choose to preserve, donate or sell the special dress.

If you are reading this post, you may be thinking about selling your wedding dress for any number of reasons. Whatever your thoughts, there are many options for selling your dress. You may even recoup some of the wedding expenses!

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Best Places to Sell Your Wedding Dress

There are many options to list your wedding dress. Some are broad while others are specific to wedding dresses. Find the best one for you.

Top wedding dress specific places to sell your wedding dress:

1. Weddingbee

Weddingbee is a site devoted to all things related to a wedding. You can find advice on planning your wedding, navigating relationships, makeup tips and more.

In addition, they’ve got a classifieds section where you can buy and sell wedding-related items. You can sell anything people would use for a wedding, including wedding dresses.

It won’t cost you anything to sell your dress on Weddingbee. However, you can pay a fee to have your ad promoted as a featured ad. As a seller on Weddingbee classifieds, you handle all communication with potential buyers, as well as payment and shipping details.

There are guidelines listed on the site regarding using their classifieds. I would suggest following these to protect yourself from unscrupulous buyers.

2. Tradesy

Tradesy helps you sell designer items that are in great condition. They have a variety of types of clothes and accessories for sale, including wedding dresses and accessories.

It’s super easy to sell on Tradesy. Just click on the “Start Selling” button on the top right-hand corner of your PC screen on the Tradesy website.

Or you can download the Tradesy app. You’ll start by uploading photos and then describing your item. In addition, you get to set your price and choose the shipping options you’ll offer.

Tradesy will notify you when someone buys your item, and you’ll be instructed to ship. You’ll pay a flat $7.50 shipping fee on items you sell for under $50.

If you sell an item for $50 or more, Tradesy will take a 19.8% commission and send you the remaining sale money.

3. Stillwhite

Stillwhite is considered the largest pre-owned wedding dress marketplace. Their website says they’ve helped people sell over $26 million in wedding dresses. Selling on Stillwhite is simple.

You have two choices for selling plans:

  • Standard ($20): You can upload four photos. You’ll pay zero commission fees and the dress will list until it’s sold.
  • Premium ($30): You can upload eight photos, pay zero commission and list until sold. In addition, your dress will be featured on Stillwhite’s homepage for seven days. It’ll feature a larger photo in searches too.

This site is nice because it won’t charge you commissions. However, the one-time fee is non-refundable, even if your dress doesn’t sell.

4. Wore it Once

Wore it Once is a site that lets you sell gently used wedding dresses. You can sell other clothing and accessory items on the site as well.

There’s no commission fee for selling your wedding dress on Wore it Once. Instead, you’ll pay a one-time $20 set-up fee for opening your shop.

You can advertise as many items as you want in your shop for that one-time fee. You can also link your shop to your social media sites.

However, all transactions on Wore it Once are handled between buyer and seller only. The site doesn’t get involved in transactions. This could pose some risk to both buyers and sellers.

Use safety precautions such as tracking your shipment and requiring PayPal for payment to help minimize risk.  

5. SmartBride Boutique

SmartBride Boutique is a free local classifieds ads site where people buy and sell wedding dresses and accessories. You need to register for a free SmartBride Boutique account to sell on the site.

However, you won’t pay any commissions or listing fees with their Basic account. If you choose, you can upgrade to their Premium account.

The SmartBride Boutique Premium account comes with features not offered with the Basic account. For instance, with the Premium account you get a featured listing on the sites homepage and a vintage frame that will highlight your listing.

The Premium Account costs $4.95 per month. If you want to increase exposure for your dress, this might be a good option to consider when selling on this site.  

6. Nearly Newlywed

Nearly Newlywed can be a good place to sell your dress if you don’t want to do much work. For a $25 fee, you can list your dress for sale on the site.

Nearly Newlywed takes it from there. They handle all inquiries about your dress. When your dress sells, you ship it to Nearly Newlywed and they’ll handle everything from there.

They ship it to the buyer and handle all customer service aspects of the sale. In return for this “hands off” approach, you get 60% of the sale price and they keep 40%.

This might seem like a large commission to pay. However, you won’t have to do anything but list your dress and send it to them once it sells.

Bonus: Nearly Newlywed offers highly discounted dress cleaning services.

7. Once Wed

Once Wed was launched in 2008 for the purpose of helping people sell wedding dresses. The site now features many tools for planning a wedding.

However, they still offer listing services if you want to sell your wedding dress. The guidelines for selling on Once Wed are simple: List your dress for sale for one-year for a fee of $19.95.

You won’t pay any additional commissions or fees. This is a do-it-yourself site for selling your wedding dress.

Once Wed offers a listing service only. This means that you’ll be responsible for all of the details of your selling transaction. You’ll need to receive payment, ship the dress and communicate with your buyer.

However, Once Wed does have a customer service center to help you with any questions you may have regarding your listing.

8. Pre-Owned Wedding Dresses

Preownedweddingdresses.com helps people sell wedding dresses and bridesmaids gowns. The site can help you sell wedding accessories as well.

When you sell your wedding dress on their site, you’ll pay a one-time listing fee of $25. You’ll never pay commissions on the sale or any other charges.

As with similar sites, you handle all communication with potential buyers. Additionally, you handle receipt of payment, shipping, and customer service issues.

This site does share tips to help you coordinate a hassle-free transaction.

9. Wedding Recycle

Wedding Recycle doesn’t charge any fees for listing your wedding dress for sale on the site. They will charge listing fees for retailers or wholesalers, but not for private parties.

Once you list your dress on Wedding Recycle, buyers can add it to their cart and check out. If they use the cart feature you’ll pay Wedding Recycle a 4% commission and keep the rest for yourself.

This is another do-it-yourself site where you’re responsible for ensuring a safe transaction. Take the precautions mentioned on the site to protect yourself. And know that you’ll be responsible for collecting payment and shipping the dress.  

10. SellMyWeddingDress.org

SellMyWeddingDress.org is a simple listing site for you to sell your wedding dress on. Like other listing sites, you’ll have to coordinate the details of your sale.

You’ll have to communicate with potential buyers, receive payment and ship your dress. It costs $19.97 for a basic listing on the site and $29.97 for a premium listing.

The premium listing will buy you twice the photos and active ads for your dress than the basic listing will get you.

Top general places for selling your wedding dress:

11. Poshmark

Poshmark helps people sell women’s, men’s and kids’ clothing and accessories, including wedding dresses. When you sell on Poshmark, you can list your dress for sale in less than a minute.

They’ll take 20% of the sale price and you’ll keep 80% of the sale price. If your dress happens to sell for under $15, they’ll take a straight $2.95 fee. In addition, Poshmark will provide you with a free shipping label to make shipping easier.

When you sell on Poshmark, the company will release your funds on the fourth day after delivery is complete. Poshmark is a popular site with millions of items listed for sale.

12. Local Consignment Shops

Another idea for selling your wedding dress is to take it to local consignment shops. You might find a consignment shop that deals in all types of clothing that will offer to sell your wedding dress.

Or, you could consult with local bridal shops to see if they have a consignment area where people can sell used wedding dresses.

Note that with consignment shops you will have to share the profits from your sale. Consignment shop commissions vary. Some charge as little as 20% of the sale price. However, others may charge 40%, 50% or more.

Be sure to read the fine print on the consignment shop contract before signing a listing agreement.

13. Craigslist

Craigslist is an old standby for selling just about anything locally. With Craigslist and sites like it, you don’t pay any listing or selling fees.

Be sure to use safety precautions when selling on local buy and sell sites. Bring someone with you, and tell someone where you’re going and when you’ll be back.

Also, don’t accept personal checks. Cash and cashier’s checks (call the bank to verify) are best when dealing with local buy and sell sites.  

14. Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace can be a great place to sell your wedding dress for two reasons. First, it’s free to sell here. Second, it’s easy to list an item for sale.

People often choose to sell on Facebook Marketplace because buyers have to have a Facebook account to communicate with sellers. This fact often makes sellers feel more confident they’re talking with a legit potential buyer.

You can also sell your wedding dress on Facebook by posting a traditional post on your timeline. Tell your followers what you’re selling and for how much.

For maximum exposure, ask them to share the post. The more people that share your post, the more likely you’ll find that perfect buyer. It’s amazing what the power of community can do when you’re selling something.

15. eBay

eBay is a tried-and-true source for selling just about everything. And that includes wedding dresses.

eBay has been helping people sell things for more than two decades. Yes, you will pay to sell on eBay. There are no longer listings fees to sell on the site. However, you will be a final valuation fee of 10% on your final sale price.

For this fee, you get the name recognition and exposure that comes with one of the top selling sites in the world. In addition, eBay offers shipping discounts of up to 25% off when you print your shipping labels from the site.


If you’re thinking about selling your wedding dress, you have many options to choose from. Whether you want full-service help or a simple DIY listing site, you can sell your wedding dress.

Have you ever sold a wedding dress? If so, what route did you use? Feel free to share your experience in the comments section.


4 responses to “15 Best Places to Sell a Wedding Dress”

  1. Mazel Hart says:

    I have a beautiful David’s Bridal wedding dress that was only worn once. It’s for sale with the head dress for $850.

    • Deacon says:

      Posting it here won’t help you. You need to follow the links in the post so you can advertise and sell your dress. I hope you get what you are asking. Good luck!

  2. Mazel says:

    Beautiful bridal dress for sale – worn once. Price $850 or best offer.

    • Deacon says:

      That’s really not how this works. If you want to sell your dress, you need to follow the links in this post and use the other information to get it sold. Good luck.

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