• Listing Picture Do's

  • Listing Picture Don'ts

  • USE NATURAL LIGHTING

    Ample indirect natural lighting in your home is the best for taking pictures of your dress.

  • TAKE PICTURES AT NIGHT

    Artificial light is bad - it can make your dress look yellow/discolored.

  • DE-CLUTTER

    Keep the shot clean! Take photos of your dress hanging against a door, laying flat on your bed or even remove a picture from the wall and hang it from that nail.

  • COVER FACES

    If you would like to stay anonymous we can neatly photoshop faces - just email us asking to do so!

  • SHOW IT OFF

    Your gown is GORGEOUS and we want to see it all.

    Include:

    • Full-Length Front & Back

      Show the dress from top to hem, front and back.

    • Wedding Day Photos

      Brides want to picture themselves in the dress, having pictures of someone wearing it is the BEST way to do this.

    • Details

      Show off the AMAZING details of your gown that made you fall in love with it (neckline, belt, back, etc).

      If your gown has blemishes - include them. Buyers are more likely to purchase gowns when they know exactly what to expect.

  • AVOID THESE

    Dresses presented in a beautiful way are going to attract more inquiries and potential buyers than dresses listed with poor quality images.

    Don't Include:

    • Dress Purchase Receipts

      We will request proof of purchase separately if we think it is necessary.

    • Marked Photos

      Logos and watermarks make it difficult to appreciate the beauty of your dress.

    • Phone Screenshots

      This reduces the size and quality of your dress pictures.

    • Collages

      Collages make it difficult to appreciate the details and full look of your gown.