The Prelude Loft: Featuring Pre-Loved and Sample Gowns

“What should I do with my wedding gown after our Big Day?”
“I would love to have a different gown for my pre-wedding photoshoot!”
“I’m absolutely in love with this gown but I have some budget constraints.”

We hear you, Brides! The Prelude Bridal is pleased to announce that it has set up a sample-cum-rental and pre-loved wedding gown section in our Loft!

So if you are on the lookout for a wedding gown, you might just find The Gown at a fraction of its original retail price. Running out of time or want more looks for your pre-wedding shoot? Not to worry, we also have a selection of wedding gowns available for sale and rental. Designers include Christos, Hayley Paige, Jim Hjelm, Junko Yoshioka and many more! Here’s a sneak peak of the gowns that are currently available!

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(From left to right: Christos, David Fielden, Hayley Paige)

If your Big Day is over and you are looking to sell your gown, give us a ring or drop us an email to find out more details on how you can sell your gown at The Prelude. Please note that we will only be accepting pre-loved gowns from international designers (not more than 2 years old from date of purchase) on a consignment basis.

Contact us at +65 6221 4982 or email us at to find out more or book an appointment!

All about sashes

Wearing a sash or belt can instantly change the look of your gown and works to customise your gown, making it one of a kind. There are endless options, ranging from size, color or sparkle. It will also accentuate your body, adding a defined waistline if the dress doesn’t have one.

Pictured here is a strapless modified mermaid organic lace inspired gown by Junko Yoshioka from her Spring 2012 collection.


See how easily one can change the look of the gown by adding (1) a Swarovski crystal belt by Amanda Wakeley, (2) a white satin sash, or (3) a feathered flower ivory sash by Haute Bride. Pick the style that matches your personality and defines you. Do you like simplicity? Or do you prefer some sparkle? You can also change your sash to suit the venue. The white satin sash would be perfect for a church ceremony, while some sparkle would go well in a formal ballroom setting.

Three different looks, one dress.