WEDDINGS
02/22/2013 08:26 pm ET

Wedding Dress Shopping: Boutiques Mail Gowns You Can Try On At Home

There's a new way to shop for a wedding dress, and it doesn't even require leaving your house.

Bridal designer Kirstie Kelly recently launched a program called "Borrow Me," which allows brides to order gowns from the website, keep them for two days to try on, and either buy them or mail them back. It costs $35 to borrow each dress.

Another bridal company, The Dessy Group, also offers a similar program.

With the harsh lighting and too-small sample sizes that often come with shopping in a bridal boutique, the idea of trying on dresses at home is pretty intriguing. Plus, if you like the dress and you know it fits (or will fit with minor alterations) you can feel confident making the purchase online. So tell us: would you take advantage of this service?

Check out some Kirstie Kelly dresses in the slideshow below.

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