• Local brides left without dresses after nationwide bridal chain closes

    By: Cailey Dougherty

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:

    • Some local bridal businesses are stepping up to help after several brides were suddenly left without wedding dresses.
    • The move comes after Alfred Angelo Bridal closed all of their stores nationwide this week without any notice.
    • The company, which operates more than 60 stores, filed for bankruptcy Friday.
    • The Tulsa location now sports a "store closed" sign and no other explanation, leaving some brides in a panic about finding new dresses for their big days.
    • Store owners at both Alyssa's Bridal and Bridal Palace are offering 10 to 20 percent discounts and no extra charges for last-minute alterations in order to try to help some brides who may have been left without dresses.
    • FOX23 reached out to Alfred Angelo for a comment, but we have not heard back.

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