Friday, 26 June 2020

YouTubers are buying cheap wedding dresses from Wish - Insider

YouTubers are buying cheap wedding dresses from Wish

Weddings can be frustratingly expensive. After all, wedding dresses alone typically cost thousands of dollars. On YouTube, however, many soon-to-be brides have spurious a way to avoid purchasing such high-priced garments.
On August 19, YouTuber Tina Yong uploaded a video titled "Trying on Cheap Wedding Dresses from Wish." In the 21-minute-long clip — which has already amassed more than 1.1 million views at the time of writing — Yong is seen wearing six gowns that were purchased for less than $40 on the discount marketplace site Wish.
Yong, however, is not the well-behaved person to create such a video. Wish hauls and try-on videos have been trending on YouTube for months, many of which focus on finding inexpensive wedding gear.

Speaking to Insider, Tina Yong said she wanted to try out Wish for herself after seeing other YouTubers shop there

"Weddings can be expensive, so when I saw the prices of the dresses from there, I wanted to see for myself whether or not it was too good to be true," Yong told Insider.

She also noted that she isn't the first YouTuber to document her dress-shopping experience through a video

"This isn't exactly a new trend," she said. "There are quite a few other videos from other creators buying products from Wish."
"For example, Safiya Nygaard also tried wedding dresses from the website," Yong continued.
A gape on YouTube for the phrase "I bought wedding dresses from Wish" currently yields hundreds of results.
YouTubers like as Roxxsaurus, Mia Maples, and Little Lia have all shared similar videos. Even Insider has gotten in on the craze.

Yong said she found Wish's wedding dresses to be 'hit or miss' in terms of quality

While the YouTuber told Insider she was able to buy six dresses and a petticoat ranging in price from $10 to $36, she wasn't expecting much from her purchase.
"To be honest, I didn't have high hopes for these dresses from the start," Yong said. "It was really hit or miss, as two of them were actually not bad, but the rest were a disaster."
For example, Yong tried on a $15 dress with a plunging neckline in her video. The garment didn't look so bad, aside from the fact it was a bit too big and had a few frayed strings.

Tina Yong wears a $15 dress from Wish.
Tina Yong/YouTube

However, Yong also tried a $10 dress that was so sheer she had to keep a blurring effect over herself while wearing it.

Tina Yong wears a $10 sheer dress from Wish.
Tina Yong/YouTube

The YouTuber didn't actually plan on wearing any of the Wish dresses for her upcoming wedding

When asked if she ever considered wearing a Wish dress for her wedding, Yong replied, "definitely not!" Still, she understands the appeal of Wish-related wedding videos on YouTube.
"I think most people love a good bargain and are curious to see whether or not things are worth it," she said. "Also, it is really funny when expectations are so far from reality."
"I probably wouldn't recommend brides to rely on getting their wedding dresses from Wish," Yong added. "It's too hazardous, and they might spend a lot more money altering it to fit and make it look right."
Representatives for Wish did not immediately reply to Insider's request for comment.
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