9125 SW Cascade Ave Ste 100, Beaverton, OR | Directions 9700845.449728 -122.786104
Mon. - Fri. 11am - 9pm;Sat. 10am - 6pm;Sun. 12am - 6pm
I went to davids Bridal in Beaverton last week to try on Bridal dresses, Goldy was the young lady that helped me, I just have to say that she is an awesome person with lots of patience. She not only help me but also helped my daughter pick out her prom dress. I went back yesterday and Goldy again made my day wonderful and we ordered my dress plus my daughter prom dress. Thnak you Goldy for the wonderful experience!!
It was great! – I had read several Citysearch reviews about David's Bridal that were less than flattering, but I read one that said if you go with a specific consultant it can make a big difference. One review suggested a girl named Crystal that works at the Beaverton location, so I made my appointment with her. I know very little about fashion or what styles would look good on me, but after I showed her some pictures, she picked out several flattering dresses for me. One of them was perfect, and I was also very happy with the fact that it was on clearance for $98! Crystal didn't try to up sell or pressure me, and I am so grateful that she found something for me that will make me feel comfortable and pretty on my big day. I highly recommend requesting this sales girl! Good luck ladies :)
A surpsisingly good experience – I was not expecting to buy a dress from David's Bridal. I was only planning on trying on a few different styles to get a sense of what I wanted in a wedding gown.
The store itself is nothing fancy, and most of the dresses are traditional fare-- poofy, strapless, sparkly numbers. However, after explaining my ideal style to the saleswoman, she pulled a few dresses that I actually liked. And, believe it or not, I found a great, unique dress that fit me great. And it was about half the price of similar dresses at other stores. What do you know?
I noticed that a lot of people posted poor reviews of the service at David's Bridal, but I was treated very well. The salespeople were attentive, informative, and seemed to listen to my opinions about style and fitting. I suspect that (like most stores) you'll probably have the best experience if you go during a time of day that isn't busy.
They Treat you like a 2nd class citizen! – I am getting married this year and bought my wedding dress from David’s Bridal. When I scheduled by appointment the girl ignored me and every time I needed something she was never around when I was at the store trying on dresses. My mother and sister were pissed too. A few weeks later I went back to David’s Bridal to look at bridesmaid dresses and I specifically called and made an appointment with a different girl and told her to pull 3 dresses for me to look at. Just 3 dresses!!!! Well when I arrived they forgot to pull them and the girl could not give me the time of day because she was helping some younger girl picking out a wedding dress…and since I already had my wedding dress she did not care to help me with the 7 bridesmaid dresses I was about to buy! Gosh I really hate this place and some of the employees at the front desk do not speak English very well…so it is sometimes hard to communicate…whether you are in the store or on the phone with them.
horrible – my wedding was originally out of the country but due to some family issues i had to make it in Chicago and plan it in 3mths. I went into David's bridal in schaumburg IL, and worked with Judy, she was fabulous and she helped me find the perfect dress cost $1150 she also helped me find the brides maid dresses $150. Every thing was going great the dresses had arrived way b4 they said it would (2 weeks after i ordered it). I went into get my dress altered and tried it on for the first time (the one that I had already tried on in the store, and they ordered for me) the dress didn't fit it was 3inches to little. I was so aggravated stressed there was no way that I had gained any weight i weighed the same and it had only been 2 weeks. The manager was making me feel like it was my fault and then after they said they'll measure me and compare the measurements that they had wrote down 2 weeks ago.... surprise surprise my measurements didn't change. they where then offering to order me another size but they couldn't tell me if it would come in on time, and then the alterations department said they could let it out and that if i order the other size they would have to take in around different areas and then it would cost me more so after i heard it could be fixed i felt a little relieved i made an appointment for 3 days later when the head of alterations would be there. When i went back and put on the dress Anna (head of alterations) said that it was impossible that they should have ordered the dress they cant let the dress out... she got the manager and finally said oh yes we can and alterations on my dress are being done i paid $280 for alterations they didn't discount a penny and they where the ones that messed up.
I go in with my bridesmaid the dress is to small again omg this is a nightmare again they're not giving solutions i am 6 weeks from my wedding. Her measurements once again haven't changed they don't know if they can order the dress it takes 6 weeks and it wouldn't be in on time they have to see if customer service can ship the dress in the right size from another store we are responsible for any alterations and the maid of honors dress doesn't fit either what a horror story.
Do your self a favor don't get a dress from David's bridal it will cost you so much just to fix their errors. It will be so stress full to you and it definitely doesn't make you feel like it's the most wonderful day of your life.
My experience was fine! – I went in here one day to try to narrow down what sort of dress I wanted for my July wedding.
(Let me interrupt myself) I have been to multiple David's locations (Clackamas, Olympia WA, Tacoma WA) for friends & family members weddings. The first few times weren't very good experiences with customer service, selection, quality. Anyway...
This store is close to us, they have everything on site, and I wanted to try on dresses. When I walked in (no appointment) I only waited a few seconds before I was greeted. The girl told me to browse some dresses and then a sales woman would be there to help me try some on. I pulled 7 dresses. The first two were totally wrong for my body, and I quickly dismissed them.
The next 5 needed special bras & slips, and she had no problems grabbing me a different size when the first didn't fit right. I fell in love with dress 4, but decided to try the others on too.
I should mention that dress #4 has a full corset back and it takes forever to lace up. (I believe her name was Crystal?) She never seemed the slightest bit annoyed at having to lace them up twice. The dress I tried on turned out to be a size bigger than I needed, although I was convinced I should just get it & have it tailored down. She convinced me to go ahead and get the smaller size, given the fact that I had a baby 5 months ago, the back was corset style, and I would be dropping some weight before my wedding day.
She went and found the size smaller, and I wound up putting the dress on hold for the day to think about it. My fiance went in and purchased it as a surprise the next day and called to tell me to pick it up. The dress was in a bag, and they ensured that he didn't get a glimpse of it. It was a flawless transaction & shopping experience.
The only thing I take issue with at David's is the fact that pretty much every gown is sold at every store, so your dress isn't very unique. I've heard really negative things about the alterations center, so I plan on going to a private seamstress to have alterations & maybe some bead work done.
I would do it again though! In fact, I'm going in today to get my undergarments, headpiece, and looking at the matching flower girl dresses!
Horrible Experience – This David's Bridal was my first time trying on dresses and I went there to "get an idea" of what I wanted. I came with a picture in hand of what I had in mind but it was something that they didn't carry. I was ok with that and still willing to try on other dresses that were similiar in style.
The sales women (JD, short for Jessica?) was nice but had no idea at all or just wasn't listening when I told her what I wanted. She brought me several dresses that were nothing at all like the picture. I specifically said no poof, no beading, no train. Of course all of the dresses were poofy, with tons of beading and an extra long train. After each sour reaction she would ask me what was wrong with the dress. I didn't feel there was anything "wrong" with the dresses, they just weren't for me. After about 6 dresses she started to get snotty and said that I was confusing her and contradicting myself. I am not sure what was confusing, I had a picture. Instead of her telling me they didn't have ANYTHING similiar she tried to sell me something I didn't like.
I finally came out in a dress that wasn't too bad. It was nothing like the one I described but it wasn't bad. I wasn't excited about it and actually wasn't even smiling. But she kept insisting that it was "the one". Then she tried to sell me a vail after I told her I wouldn't be wearing one, questioned why I wasn't wearing one and also tried to sell me goddy jewelry that I didn't want either.
Stupid me bought the dress, luckily it was extremely cheap. Any stranger would be able to tell that I was not excited about the dress like I should have been but she didn't seem to care. Again and again she kept telling me it was "the one".
I got home, tried on the dress again and started freaking out. It was completely not what I wanted and I was not happy with it. 30 minutes after buying the dress I called to store to see if I could return it and of course I couldn't.
It's my own fault for buying the dress and caving to the pressure of the sale women but never ever will I recommend David's Bridal to any friend or enemy of mine! I am buying something that is suppose to make me feel beautiful and excited, not dreary and prom-ish. A sales person who actually cares about that would have been nice. I know they are all trying to make a living, but if she would have been a bit more concerned with my wants she probably would have gotten a bigger commission if I had chosen a more expensive dress or at least for future recommendations from me. But after my experience there, no way!
Very bad service and not helpful at all. – The employees are really rude and provide lack of assistance. When I first came into the store I had a few questions and there was no one available to answer them for me. When I finally did find someone the lady was really rude and trying to brush me off. When trying on dresses I felt as if they were trying to sell me as many things as they possibly could which was really annoying. The lady at the register with black short hair was really mean because every time I would ask her something she would seem really annoyed and answer they in short and annoyed tone.
Great Service! – I went to the David's Bridal across from Washington Square on a holiday, so I expected them to be busy. Also, I made my appointment only a couple days in advance. When I got there, they were unable to pull up the account I created on their website, but they gave me a catalog to mark the dresses I was interested in trying on. The associate who worked with me was very helpful and very professional. She was also helping another gal with her bridesmaid dress. She would politely excuse herself for a few moments to help the other gal, but was never gone long and always made sure it was alright before she left. Also, when my sisters & I arrived, we were helped almost immediately & we looked at the accesories (veil, shoes, etc) while she was pulling the dresses I picked. I thought their service was great and would definitely reccomend this store to anyone looking for great service with a reasonable price tag.
Wedding dress hunting ground for real-world brides on a budget. Princesses need not apply. – In Short
A chic, sleek boutique, it's not. But those willing to look carefully will likely find a big-time bargain. The staff is helpful and knows the merchandise but doesn't provide extensive one-on-one attention or advice. Stores (particularly on weekends) can be swamped with brides-to-be. David's specializes in beaded satin A-lines and simple lace sheaths that just hit the $500 mark. Most labels are tasteful but of medium-quality: Gloria Vanderbilt, Lady Eleanor, Oleg Cassini and the likes.
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