About the creator
Hi! I'm Aly Faucett - Creator of Rebridal.
I was watching “Say Yes to the Dress” on TV one night while packing for a trip. My boyfriend came into the room and exclaimed, “$2000 for a dress you wear once?!” I told him that’s how much dresses cost, and if you come into a bridal salon with a budget any tighter your choices are vastly limited.
Around this same time I began consciously trying to live more sustainably and started shopping for clothes through online thrift stores. I wondered if there was an online thrift store for wedding dresses. There wasn’t, so I created one!
Rebridal solves the following problems:
The environmental impact of single-use fashion. It takes about 2,377 gallons of water to make one wedding dress that will eventually live in the back of your closet or end up in a landfill. Choosing a secondhand dress is good for the planet and your wallet.
The wedding attire double standard for women. It isn’t the norm for men to purchase high-end tuxedos for their wedding day, so why is the same expected of women? If spending thousands on a dress isn’t your style, you should have a viable alternative.
When you shop with Rebridal, I want you to feel like you have a choice instead of feeling pressure to make a large financial commitment to a dress. I hope you feel empowered to choose an alternative that will make you feel just as confident and beautiful on your wedding day.
Have questions or want to chat about your Rebridal experience? Contact me at email@example.com.