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When budgeting for a wedding dress, it's important to consider the cost of alterations. While sales consultants may give you an estimate, it's not always exact. As a bridal seamstress, I don't have a price list as each dress requires a different amount of work. The cost depends on the amount of work required and the time it takes to complete it. For instance, a lace or horsehair hem is more time-consuming than a plain hem, so it costs more. My rate is $45 an hour, on average a dress takes about 10 hours. After the first fitting, I can provide an estimated cost range. At the first fitting, $45 is due, which will be deducted from the final cost. If scheduling a consultation, a fee of $30 is due, which will be deducted from the final alterations cost if you wish to proceed.

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