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Poll: Would You Buy Your Wedding Gown at a Sample Sale?

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The Nicole Miller sample sale has garnered a ton of attention (and crowds) this week, largely because of its awesome prices. Nothing at the sale is marked above $400, but most of the merchandise is considerably lower than that—for example, the ready-to-wear caps off at $100 for evening gowns.

When the sale opened on Monday, one of the big draws was the bridal collection, with long gowns priced at $350 and sample dresses going for $100. Considering that, on average, a non-sale gown would cost way more than that, picking one up at a serious discount seems like a win-win. So we're curious: Would you ever buy your wedding gown at a sample sale, or is the shopping experience at Kleinfeld or Bergdorf worth the extra cash?

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