Alfred Angelo Bridal Chain Reportedly Closing, Brides Scrambling

Alfred Angelo Bridal Chain Reportedly Closing, Brides Scrambling

Alfred Angelo Bridal Chain Reportedly Closing, Brides Scrambling

Her $1,800 dress, a strapless white gown with a full skirt and beaded bodice, was paid for and was at the shop to be pressed for her Saturday wedding.

Irate brides have taken to social media to complain about the abrupt closures.

WOWT 6 News spoke with a bride who said police officers told her and other customers to leave the Lincoln store.

The website said the company's wedding, bridesmaid and flower girl dresses are available at over 1,400 retailers in the US and worldwide, as well as more than 60 Alfred Angelo Bridal Signature stores in the U.S. She said, "Keep your chin up".

"The bride has her dress, " she said "I'm frustrated because we're not getting any answers".

The store gave customers a slip of paper with the corporate number and an attorney's number. "It was stressful thinking about what if they close", she said.

Workers called customers on Thursday, informing them the stores were closing at 8 p.m., and their dress needed to be picked up before then. Well, this is happening-in real life!-to tons of brides and bridesmaids, right now.

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"It's mind-boggling, you know, especially considering that everything I read said these employees didn't find out until this morning so now you've got brides and bridesmaids, mothers, mothers-in-laws calling and they're absolutely irate and what do you tell them?" She'll be a bridesmaid in a wedding that's coming up, but wasn't expecting to get her dress any time this month.

"I thought it was only one store because a friend in Nebraska posted about it but it's nationwide and no one is answering any phone calls".

Popular bridal designer Alfred Angelo has officially closed most, if not all, of their brick-and-mortar retail stores.

"Everyone left one-by-one with cardboard boxes, plants", the employee told the Palm Beach Post.

"I am fully prepared to pay (customers) their money back, but I am holding on to hope that there is final shipment", she said.

"I wonder what's going to happen to my dress".

"They filed bankruptcy today, that's what they said". But about a half-dozen other stores in the metro area that sell Alfred Angelo gowns were concerned about how they would manage outstanding orders.

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