Brides who ordered dresses from Alfred Angelo stores are out of luck

Bad news for brides. If you're still waiting for a dress from Alfred Angelo, you're probably not going to get it.

The Florida-based company filed for bankruptcy last month, leaving brides in limbo and scrambling to find new dresses.

Thursday, the company confirmed what many of those brides feared. Officials released a statement saying the bridal giant can no longer fill orders while in bankruptcy proceedings. So any order that has not been delivered to a customer will remain unfilled.

If you are owed any money, you can file a claim with the bankruptcy trustee. Find the details on

The company operated more than 60 Alfred Angelo Bridal Signature Stores in the U.S., and the store's gowns and dresses were also sold at more than 1,400 wholesale stores world-wide.

The national chain did not have any stores in the Chicago area, but the brand's gowns were sold by bridal stores in the city and suburbs.
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