Brides panic as Alfred Angelo stores abruptly close across the country

We'd be bridezillas too if we paid for a wedding gown we'll never see.

Panic among brides-to-be understandably ensued when reports that Alfred Angelo filed for bankruptcy surfaced Friday.

Though no statement from the company itself has emerged, according to Fortune, "Around 10 out of 62 stores nationwide are thought to have closed their doors ...," leaving many women without the dresses they've already paid for.

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"Trying not to panic after paying for my wedding dress Wednesday and waking up to find they shut down today," one Twitter user posted. "No dress."

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"I am crying hysterically," another woman said, according to NBC5. "My poor fiance is tired of hearing about it because I can't stop crying about it."

As a result of the sudden closures, David's Bridal is offering brides affected by them deals on a new dress. While this doesn't completely right the wrong, brides-to-be can receive 30 percent off gowns and waived rush fees!

Talk about making lemonade out of lemons.

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