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3 Companies Helping Brides Affected by the Alfred Angelo Closing

If you're in this group, you'll want to read on!

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As many have already heard, popular bridal retailer Alfred Angelo has officially closed its doors. The decision came quite unexpectedly, leaving many brides with a hole in their wedding planning—either their dream wedding dress is no longer being sold, or a dress they had ordered will never come.

 

Luckily, the bridal world stepped in, helping out in any way they could. Not only did former brides offer up their dresses to women who now find themselves in need, but bridal boutiques across the nation joined forces to help each other get their customers' gowns. Aside from smaller, grassroots efforts, major brands have also stepped in. Ahead, three companies offering aid to Alfred Angelo brides.

 

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David's Bridal

If you purchased an Alfred Angelo wedding dress and it's never set to come, David's Bridal is offering 30 percent off the current price of something they do have. For your besties' (a.k.a. bridesmaids') attire, you'll get 20 percent off.

 

Floravere

As the first luxury bridal brand delivering wedding dresses to your door, Floravere is helping brides with their own bridal deal. Brides who purchased from Alfred Angelo can receive a free sample gown from the retailer, and new dresses will be available to them for 30 percent off. Best of all, the delivery window is five weeks or less.

 

Vow to be Chic

Vow to be Chic, the popular bridesmaid dress rental service, will give wife-to-bes and their 'maids 10 percent off new orders if they were impacted by Alfred Angelo. Use the code VOWTOHELP10 if your bridal party needs assistance!

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