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Here's your answer below! The top brands of formal dresses sold direct to consumer:
Zara is a direct to consumer fashion brand, providing premium, value-priced clothing for men, women, and youth. This popular brand has one of the largest Facebook followings we’ve seen to date, approaching 30 million likes! Zara is part of the Inditex family, a worldwide powerhouse with 8 brands and nearly 7,500 stores at the time of...
Fashion Nova is a wildly popular direct to consumer brand with a wide range of trendy, low-priced clothing for women and men. There are currently five Fashion Nova stores in Los Angeles, as of the time of our review. This No Middleman favorite offers free shipping on orders over $75. Clothes can be returned via...
Azazie is a direct to consumer bridal gown and bridesmaid dress brand that marries high-quality materials with great prices. TheKnot.com recognized Azazie as a 2019 Couple’s Choice Winner for their excellence in formal dresses. Every dress purchased at Azazie is made to order, tailored to your specifications, with sizes anywhere between 0 and 30! This...
ELOQUII clothing is a direct to consumer women’s plus size fashion brand with six retail locations in Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Miami, and Pentagon City, Virginia. Their mission is well-stated on their About page: Together we are sparking a fashion revolution that is changing the way women shop—and the fashion industry at large. Because like you,...
Le Tote is a direct to consumer women’s clothing subscription service. Their maternity clothing subscription is $79/month and is a popular focus for the brand, but they’ve got much more than that! Their classic tote covers non-maternity clothing for women, and it’s conveniently grouped by themes: Casual, Athleisure, Event, Business Casual, Professional, and Going Out....
Dia & Co is a direct to consumer women’s plus size fashion subscription. They make shopping for clothes easier and more enjoyable than ever! For only $20, you get personal styling without leaving the comfort of your home. The Dia & Co process begins with completing a style profile that is closely analyzed to piece...
MM.LaFleur is a direct to consumer professional womenswear brand based in New York City, with retail showrooms there as well as Washington D.C., Chicago, Boston, and San Francisco. On their Our Story page, the brand explains their mission to “take the work out of dressing for work,” by designing a “more practical, inspired wardrobe” for...
Universal Standard is a direct to consumer plus-size women’s clothing line. They set out with the goal to bring fashion-forward clothing to all women without putting a size restriction on it. Universal Standard clothing comes in a wide selection of apparel and accessories that will have you feeling vibrant and ready for any occasion. Their...
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First, we determine the brands of formal dresses that meet our definition of direct to consumer.
Next, we choose the best brands that offer the most value by delivering (1) the lowest prices to consumers, or (2) premium benefits for standard prices, or (3) both. It’s rare to find brands that deliver both the lowest prices and the most benefits, but we do occasionally find them!
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