What to expect from The Dress
Set in a stylish, elegant period property in Teddington. We know that finding The Dress is both an exciting and sometimes daunting experience, being the most important dress you will ever wear. At The Dress we ensure you love your experience with us, have fun and enjoy being in our exclusive environment. You will have time to share your dreams so that our experienced small team can help you find the one – well after your partner of course.
We think each bride deserves our undivided attention, we will take the time to chat with you about your big day over bubbles or tea and biscuits, bourbons for me, and get to know you, so that on your big day your individuality shines and reflects your personality.
During your appointment, you will have exclusive use of our large, luxurious dressing room. Overlooking a garden the dressing room provides a tranquil space in which you and your guests receive a truly personal service.
Exceptional service starts the minute you book your appointment and continues through to choosing your dress, being advised on styling our range of accessories to working with our seamstress to ensure the perfect fit and finally handing your perfectly wrapped dress over ready for your big day.
We offer a unique collection of stunning wedding dresses and accessories by leading British Designers who share our vision of the perfect dress, elegant designs and luxurious fabrics each hand-finished in exquisite detail.
Our philosophy is simple. To ensure you enjoy and cherish the entire experience of choosing your wedding dress from your first visit to your final fitting.
As the owner of The Dress Sarah is passionate about making every brides experience finding their gown one that they will enjoy and remember. “I want to see every bride with a smile on their face from the minute they arrive with us for their personal appointment to the time of their dress collection. I genuinely get a little giddy helping a bride find the right dress for them.”
“Your experience at The Dress will be a memory in the making.”