"I started out this morning all excited today marked, I got 100 more days 'til my wedding, you know, so I'm excited." bride Nancy Lofton said.
Plus, David's Bridal is also waiving their rush fees on alterations to ensure that you make it to your wedding day hemmed, tailored, and dressed to the nines-even with a tight timeframe.
Shifflett and Pinilis might have some hope of possibly getting their merchandise: A store worker told Pinilis' maid of honor that she was trying to box up as much of the inventory as possible to be shipped off to brides whose orders were at the store.
Alfred Angelo employees themselves were told of the closure Thursday during a conference call.
A Facebook group called "Alfred Angelo Retailers" has been set up to help businesses fulfill orders from stock between them with almost 120 members having joined already.
Police in Henrico County confirm there was an incident at the Alfred Angelo store in the Richmond area.
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The corporation has yet to address the situation on its social media platforms. Her wedding is October 1, and she is still waiting for several bridesmaid dresses.
The store employees were not willing to speak with us.
Some of the customers who were interviewed outside the shuttered stores said they had been told that they had to contact attorneys that were handling the bankruptcy case for the company. "I don't know if they'll get a dress".
But it's not just customers who were caught off-guard.
The Oklahoma City location for the bridal store confirmed Thursday would be their last day open.
The Tulsa store, in a shopping center across 71st Street from Woodland Hills Mall, was among the 60-plus stores nationwide affected. "What am I going to walk down the aisle with?"
"It's odd that we haven't heard anything yet", Schulman said, adding Pearl's has been in touch with some of the largest bridal shops in the country and everyone appears to be in the dark.
Alfred Angelo Bridal corporate has not responded publicly to the closures.