You’ve been waiting for this moment your whole life! As you run your hands down that Vera Wang dress, your fingers melt into the softness and elegance. Those encrusted diamonds bring a beautiful, yet subdued shine—enough to say, “Look at me! I’m gorgeous, but I’m modest about it.”
And the price tag is not that bad at all! Of course, price doesn’t mean a thing when it comes to your wedding dress, but saving money is icing on the three-tiered wedding cake! Everything is perfect! Well, except for the fact that you have no partner….
But hey, what does that matter? There are plenty of fish in the sea, even if that sea seems drier than the Sahara these days. But any day now, some cute-looking someone will swipe right on your photo, you’ll go on a romantic date, and BOOM, marriage. So simple!
But that’s just trivial stuff. The real dilemma is where you’re going to put your dress. It’s too beautiful to keep at home. Knowing it’s only five minutes from your bed means you’re going to try it on, twice a day. You’re going to pretend to walk down the aisle and sob, telling everyone that you promised not to cry.
Trying on the dress every day sounds fun, but that gives you more of an opportunity to ruin it. What if one of your Facebook friends posts her wedding photos? What if you get a wedding invite that would have looked so much better with your name in embroidered lettering? And what if that drives you to Netflix to watch 27 Dresses and you’re reminded that you’re always a bridesmaid but not yet a bride? Then you’ll find yourself trying on the dress again, dripping Halo Top all over your immaculate masterpiece.
Plus, what happens if it goes out of style? After all, the latest royal wedding really changed the game in wedding gowns, and you need to regroup.
For now, you should keep your wedding dress with the other dresses you’re keeping for special occasions, like the little black one that is going to take Chris Hemsworth by storm when he eventually finds you. If all else fails, you can start a cute little boutique with all your unused dresses. Profit off the sadness—positivity is key.
Until then, keep your dresses at STORBOX. With clean units in various sizes, it’s the perfect sanctuary for your own fashion shows. Call (626) 407-3439 for all our storage details.