Brides-to-Be Lose Their Wedding Gowns to Alfred Angelo Bankruptcy

Posted July 18, 2017

It is Redmond's email address, not one belonging to the bridal retailer, that is on notices that were taped to the front doors of stores that were shut down this week. It filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation in Florida on Friday.

Amber McGraw, 27, said she felt "utter heartbreak" when she found out Friday morning that the Dublin, Ohio location had been shuttered. "So, I'm hoping that's true", said Holly Hershberger, mother of the bride. "It's attractive ... It was supposed to be my dream dress", she said. "We're too close to the wedding to not include them just because they don't have a dress", Damon said.

With a proof of purchase from Alfred Angelo, brides can get a dress for free from the Warehouse. "She (an employee) said, 'I'm sorry, you'll probably never see your dress and you'll probably never see your money".

"They're literally filing for bankruptcy", said Pucci. Her dress is already finished, but not her bridesmaids' dresses.

"When they hired me, they told me I would have too much work, like there would be too much work all the time".

Whelton was lucky. She managed to snag the exact style dress - the same one she tried on originally, but not the dress she ordered about two weeks ago and had been expecting to get in October.

"This is the most memorable part of your wedding day, and you don't know what's going on", she said. In 2014, 75% of women with college degrees were married by their early 40s compared to just 60% of women with only a high-school diploma according to the Brookings Institution and cited in a report last week from Bloomberg News. I called the store and no one answered. But they said it's not their fault. "As always, brides-to-be will find an fantastic selection of designer wedding dresses up to 80% off the retail price while supporting breast cancer charities causes!"

The store manager had no comment.

Police were called to a store in Tukwila, Washington after employees were flabbergasted to find they no longer had jobs.

"This isn't your typical "mom and pop" store, they had a great reputation, they have stores all over the United States", Groh said. The officers deescalated the situation and it was resolved with no enforcement action taken. Nobody appears to be in that store, and Redmond was mailed the location's key once it closed.