Raleigh's Premier Retailer of Wedding Dresses, Wedding Gowns,
Bridal Gowns, Prom Gowns and Tuxedo Rental

Savvi Formalwear and Bridal Shop of Raleigh, offers fabulous designer wedding dresses, gowns and attire from the hottest industry leading brands.

Savvi Formalwear and Bridal Shop is proud to serve brides, grooms, bridal parties and prom attendees in the following areas: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Apex, Holly Springs, Garner, Clayton, Morrisville, Wake Forest and other towns in the Triangle area, providing high quality wedding dresses, wedding gowns and tuxedos for weddings and proms.

Wedding Dresses and Bridal Gowns to Fit Your Selection & Style


Our award winning designers are sure to make your wedding dreams come true with their beautifully made lace and exquisite embellishments!

Savvi Formalwear and Bridal Shop of Raleigh is proud to exclusively offer Mori Lee, BLU, Voyage, Madeline Gardner, Angelina Faccenda, David Tutera for Mon Cheri, Casablanca, and Casablanca Couture. Bridesmaid gowns from After Six, Alfred Sung, Lela Rose, Social Bridesmaid, Lovelie, Dessy, Mori Lee, Affairs, Angelina Faccenda, and Bill Levkoff provide all the latest colors and trends for the season.

Mom is not to be forgotten! We are proud to announce our mother of the bride(or groom) line Cameron Blake for Mon Cheri.

Gowns range between $450 and $3000. The average cost of a wedding dress is about $800 to $1400.

Special offers are exclusively available for complete wedding party fashion purchases. Our wide selection of in stock tuxedos and suits from today’s preferred designers such as Allure, Savvi, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Jean Yves and Michael Kors are sure to make your groom and his men look their absolute best!

Call (919) 783-8911 for your bridal gown appointment today.

Savvi Formalwear and Bridal Shop is conveniently located in Raleigh's Pleasant Valley Promenade between Marshalls and OfficeMax.

Bridal Gown Styles & Wedding Dress Attire Questions

What is a Ball gown?

A ball gown is defined by the focus on a small waist and large, full skirt. It remains a favorite romantic, fairy tale style. (Think Scarlet O'Hara in Gone with the Wind). A variety of necklines are featured with this style.

What is a Princess Dress?

A princess gown uses vertical panels that run from the neckline to the hem. A great choice for those brides wishing to elongate their body and make them look taller. It features a sculpted bodice, clean lines & widening skirt.

What is a Slip Dress?

A slip dress consists of fabric cut on the bias to glide over the body, outstanding choices for fabrics include silk, chiffon or lace. This gown will not have onseam supports, otherwise known as boning, sewn in for support, nor will it have any built in undergarments.

What is an Empire Dress?

An empire dress features a high waist which gathers material directly below the bust. Under the bust, it flows loosely all the way to the hem to create an hourglass look. It is a good choice for petite women to elongate features and also a very youthful style.

What is an A-Line Dress?

An A-line dress forms a triangular A shape, narrow bodice and wide skirt. The best choice of fabrics include satin, toole and taffeta.

What is a Sheath dress?

A sheath dress is a narrow, form-fitting style that hugs the body by following the natural curves. It is chic and sleek. There is no taper to this style.

What is a Mermaid Dress?

A mermaid dress is a very modern gown hugs the body from the bust to the knee and then flares out to the hem. Different silhouettes are produced when the flare is just above, below or directly at the knee. This style is excellent for tall and fit figures.