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Azazie and cocomelody are online. Azazie has try at home options, and Cocomelody technically does but they're a little harder to use. But they will pretty much customize their dresses, and I've heard only good things from past brides.
Both of the local bridal salons I tried dresses at had sizes up to 24 (and listed that on their websites). I’m not sure what size you need, but I was actually surprised by how many options they had in sizes over 12. My consultant started me looking at 20s because I’m a street size 14/16, but we ended up going down to the 14/16 racks because they fit better. Good luck!
As someone who lost some weight prior to dress shopping and in hopes to lose 20-30 more before wedding, buy the size you are as it’s easier to alter down than up. Covid has not helped my diet.
But I called boutiques - both sample stores and regular bridal salons and asked if they sold but also had larger sample sizes to try. I live in Chicago and only called one snobby one that because said they don’t bother. I went to 6 different salons. I bought a Stella York. I hope to wear it in October.
If your are in the tri state area the Curvy Bride in Manalapan Nj has a wide range of designer plus size dressea
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I bought my size 22 Maggie Sottero at a local bridal salon. I wanted the full bridal shopping experience and the shop didn’t disappoint. My mom asked me how I found them and I told her I googled plus size bridal in my area. I was able to fit into every dress I tried on. My consultant was amazing. At no point did I feel plus size.
David's Bridal, Azazie, and Cocomelody. You can also check out sites that sell used wedding dresses. Makes sure you check back regularly if you don't find anything you like as things are always changing. Azazie and cocomelody have try on at home options and are both affordable. You can also call your local bridal shops and ask for their size range.