Josie Daga

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Josie Daga
🎓 Alma materUniversity of Richmond
💼 Occupation
Blogger and business owner

Josie Daga is an American living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,[1] where she works as a blogger and an online retailer.[2] She founded in 2004.[3]


Daga formed[4] as an online secondhand bridal marketplace in 2004, in order to sell her dress after her divorce.[5] By 2009 her business was stocked with up to 3600 dresses at a time,[6] up to 15,000 at a time by 2012,[7] and up to 25,000 by 2014.[8] Through the store, she also provides survey data on wedding dress trends and a calculator for people to determine the potential value of their dress after the wedding.[9] Daga is also a media commentator on wedding attire.[10][11] Daga is a graduate of the University of Richmond.[12]


  1. News, ABC. "Site Calculates Wedding Gown Worth". ABC News.
  2. "Josie Daga". Blue Planet Green Living.
  3. "Josie Daga, Founder | Buy and Sell New, Sample & Used Wedding Dresses". Retrieved 2020-03-12.
  4. Braff, Danielle. "Four great ways to find an inexpensive wedding dress". The Chicago Tribune.
  5. "Wedding Dresses Already Broken In, and at Bargain Prices". The New York Times – via
  6. Foran, Canada AM consumer reporter Pat (29 October 2009). "Does your wedding dress deserve a 2nd chance?". CTV News.
  7. Kantor, Wendy Grossman. "Something new: Budget-savvy brides sell gowns before wearing them". The Today Show.
  8. Merelli, Annalisa. "The complete guide to organizing a second-hand wedding". QZ Magazine.
  9. O'Brien, Elizabeth. "This Is When You Should Sell Your Wedding Dress to Make the Most Money". Time Magazine.
  10. "Here Comes the Catholic Bride". National Catholic Register.
  11. Tuttle, Brad. "Q&A with Josie Daga of". Time Magazine.
  12. "Author Bio: Josie Daga". Huffington Post.

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