Brides left scrambling after the shutdown of retailer Alfred Angelo now wish they had wedding insurance.
The company says all remaining open orders will not be filled, reversing a previous statement that said the opposite.
Bridal retailer Alfred Angelo broke its silence Thursday, telling customers worldwide that they won't be receiving the wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and accessories they ordered. It was the company’s first announcement since filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection last month to liquidate...
An Oklahoma seamstress has saved dozens of panicked brides after one of the world's largest wedding dress retailers abruptly shut its doors. Rose Ellis is a contract seamstress for Alfred Angelo, the wedding dress behemoth that shuttered more than 60 stores last week, after filing for bankruptcy. Show More Summary
Once you say “yes” to the wedding dress of your dreams, anything standing in the way of you wearing it down the aisle on your big day is just flat out inexcusable. Or, at least so we thought. Until now. After beloved bridal designer Alfred Angelo announced it was filing for bankruptcy and closing all […]
In light of Alfred Angelo stores closing, salon owners and former brides are offering up their services, dresses, and support.
Alfred Angelo filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on July 14 -- shutting down Alfred Angelo stores and leaving independent bridal shops in the dark.
On Instagram and Twitter, women across the country have been using the hashtag #AlfredAngelo to offer a solution to distraught brides: Wear my dress.
Forget everything you know about the selfish bridezilla stereotype. Women on Twitter have stepped up to help soon-to-be brides who are affected by Alfred Angelo closing. The wedding gown company closed 60 of its stores on Wednesday without...Show More Summary
As if wedding planning wasn't already stressful enough, some brides who thought they had decided on Alfred Angelo for their wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses might have to start all over again. The popular Florida-based bridal retailer closed all of its stores across the country on July 13 without issuing any warning to its now-distraught brides. Show More Summary
Dress retailer Alfred Angelo Bridal filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation in Florida on Friday.
The lawyer handling the bankruptcy case says she has received more than 7,000 emails from customers. Former brides are offering free dresses and tips — such as the phone numbers of seamstresses.
Wedding dress retailer Alfred Angelo shuttered stores nationwide on Friday, sending brides-to-be into a panic. The Sun Sentinel reports the Florida-based company filed for bankruptcy protection after failing to find a buyer. The chain has at least 60 shops in the US, and its dresses are sold in more than...
The big news is that wedding dress behemoth Alfred Angelo is shutting down, taking along with it thousands of dresses already on order by brides. Are you one of them? Are you now dress-less? Don't panic, there are some things you can do to snag a last-minute wedding dress...
Alfred Angelo has abruptly closed its more than 60 wedding dress shops around the country, leaving brides scrambling to get their gowns.
Brides-to-be across the region were scrambling this week to find out what happened to their wedding gowns after a key retailer shut its doors.
Florida-based retailer Alfred Angelo has filed for bankruptcy, abruptly closing its stores before fulfilling all orders.
Alred Angelo bridal stores closed without warning, leaving many brides and expectant families angry and frustrated.
As if planning a wedding wasn't stressful enough, some brides across the country are facing a horrible new reality: not having a dress for their big day! It's been revealed on Friday that major bridal store Alfred Angelo has without warning shut down several locations AND officially filed for bankruptcy liquidation! WTF! Related: Serena Williams Opens Up About [...]
Tasha French is getting married in December, but on Friday she was horrified to find her bridal store locked and the company headed for bankruptcy. "This is very upsetting and inconvenient," said French, who drove from Lancaster to the Alfred Angelo Bridal shop in Los Angeles’ Beverly Grove neighborhood...