At the store Friday afternoon, most of the lights were off and the doors were locked. An official company statement has yet to be made.
Holly Fudge, a Kettering resident, said she has two friends who bought dresses from the store.
Florida-based bridal salon Alfred Angelo appears to have closed many, if not all, of its locations across the country this week, including several stores in New England. On Twitter and online message boards, anxious brides posted queries and alerts, but few found answers.
An employee of another business on the first floor, which faces the main entrance to the building, described seeing a "mass exodus before lunchtime".
All the employees had left the store and only a sign was left on the door.
"You're pulling on emotional heart strings and that's just not right", said Jones. They will help with whatever they can, for as long as they can (EOB today). "It was so freakish".
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A man could be heard inside, saying, "no comment" and "Go to Alfred Angelo". She too has been unable to reach anyone at the store.
For brides-to-be shopping at Alfred Angelo Bridal in Manchester, getting their hands on their dream dresses turned into a bit of a nightmare on Thursday.
Many angry customers are reporting their frustrations and the company's lack of response online.
"Any other #brides stressed about the #alfredangelo bankruptcy??"
For much of the evening, brides-to-be, bridesmaids and their family members were racing inside to get what they already paid for. How dare you continue to take orders on dresses!
Every time they called since they have received the same answer.
But when she showed up Thursday, she said, "They can't give me any info but a lawyer's number". The company since grew to operating more than 60 stores nationwide and selling merchandise in more than 1,400 retail stores across the US and around the globe. The 84-year-old company is yet to make a public announcement about the closure.