Boutique donates free dresses to those affected by Alfred Angelo's closing

Boutique donates free dresses to those affected by Alfred Angelo's closing

When a bridal shop closed without warning, dresses that were already bought and paid for were still in the store leaving some brides unable to get to them. Rush fees on alterations will be waived to help meet event dates within a tight timeframe, and alterations services will be offered for Alfred Angelo dresses as well at the regular price.

Dresses that were ready will still ship to brides and bridesmaids.

The front doors of the store had a note, telling clients to email the company. Many said their dresses were inside the store and already paid for. The offer is not available online, but customers are invited to browse our broad selection of gowns at, including exclusive David's Bridal collections from designers like White by Vera Wang and Truly Zac Posen as well as bridesmaids collections in top trending colors, all at an exceptional value.

In the face of a desperate need for information, there's been no mention of the closings on the Alfred Angelo website or social media accounts.

David's Bridal is offering to help by giving a discount to anyone who purchased wedding or bridesmaid dresses from Alfred Angelo and didn't receive them.

But on Friday, the retail chain shut its doors.

"They're literally filing for bankruptcy", said Pucci.

We tried to speak with some of those employees as they ran out of the store with several gowns but they had no comment.

The company says if you bring in a receipt from the store, customers can get 30 percent off a wedding dress and 20 percent off bridesmid dresses.

Alfred Angelo is based in Delray Beach, Fla., north of Boca Raton.



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