How do I list my new or used dress for sale?
We accept international sellers and buyers, new, sample, and used dresses alike!
Listing your wedding/bridesmaid/mother of the bride dress and/or accessories for sale is quick and easy.
5 Steps To Creating A Dress Listing
- Account Registration - create a free MyPreOwned account:
- List Your Dress or Accessory - create your listing and enter your item details here.
- Upload Dress Pictures - pictures of you wearing the dress are ideal, buyers want to see a real person wearing the dress they are considering buying. See our tips on How To Optimize Your Dress Listing For Selling.
- Pay Listing Fee - submit your listing fee and your dress listing goes live instantly.
After you are done creating and paying for your dress listing, go to your My Items For Sale page and click "Edit Text and Photos". This is where you can add your dress color, measurements, silhouette, and style information
These details are pivotal for brides finding your item with our advanced search.
Tips, Tricks, & Guides For Selling On PreOwned's Marketplace
- Determine your dress' estimated value with our Wedding Dress Pricing Guide.
- Check out our FAQ's and our Help Desk to learn how selling on PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com works
- Learn about Selling Your Dress With Peace of Mind
- Learn How To Avoid Scammers
Note: if you are shipping outside of your own country please make sure you tell your buyer they can expect to pay import duties and fees.
Accepted Dress Types
- New (un-altered) - not worn to an event
- New (altered) - not worn to an event
- Sample (un-altered) - store sample, not worn to an event
- Sample (altered) - store sample, not worn to an event
- Used / Preowned - worn to an event (whether it was 1 hour or 12 hours).
- Cleaned, not cleaned, damaged, no damage...just be honest about the condition in your listing and post pictures to show buyers what to expect.
We charge a one time $25 listing fee upfront to post your new or used dress until it sells. There are no renewal fees and no commission on the sale.
You’ll keep the dress or item with you until sold, the buyer will pay you directly, and you’ll ship directly to her.