Shop with confidence
We've linked up with PayPal to protect your purchase for up to US$20,000.
Protection you'll love
If your dress arrives significantly different to the seller's description, damaged, counterfeit or doesn't arrive at all, PayPal Buyer Protection can protect you for the full purchase price plus shipping costs, up to $20,000 USD per item.
Every eligible purchase on Stillwhite is protected at no additional cost. Simply pay through PayPal, and have the dress shipped to you. If there is an issue with your dress, you have 180 days to file a dispute—PayPal is already integrated into our chat system making payment easy.
Ultimate peace of mind
Although you're unlikely to experience any issues purchasing from a seller, we understand that your wedding dress is special and your purchase needs to be protected. PayPal Buyer Protection will reimburse your purchase and shipping costs if you encounter any issues, for up to US$20,000.
PayPal Buyer Protection protects your online purchases in case your item doesn't match its description, is defective, or doesn't turn up at all.
When you have agreed on a price, ask the seller to request payment in your chat conversation. We have integrated PayPal payments directly into Stillwhite as a commitment to helping create a safe and trusted community around the world.
To help protect your purchase, make sure you:
- Pay with PayPal
- Pay in one single payment
- Have the dress shipped to you
- Keep your PayPal account in good standing
For more information, visit our Help Centre
If you recognise a problem with the dress, it's best to initiate communication with the seller using the Stillwhite messaging system with 48 hours of receiving it. You are able to communicate directly with your seller to work out a problem transaction.
If you and the seller are unable to agree on a solution, you may open a dispute within your PayPal account within 180 days from the payment date. Please note, items picked up locally are not covered.
To open a dispute:
- Sign in to your PayPal account
- Navigate to the Resolution Centre
- Click the Dispute a Transaction button