When I want to Davids Bridal it was cold, not literally. I couldn't shop on my own and shop through the dresses without a shadow. My mom and I wanted to talk things over, but we couldn't with the sales girl chimming in with her opinion. Every dress I tried on "I had to try on a veil," even though I didn't want one. "I had to try on shoes," even though I didn't like them. "I had to try on the bra with it," even though the dress didn't require it. It was very frustrating for me. My only experience shopping for "THE PERFECT DRESS" was ruined by recently de-virginized mormon girls trying to make a buck to feed their starving school bounds husbands and possibly 10 kids. Needless to say, I did not purchase my dress at Davids Bridal.