David’s Bridal emerges from restructuring
In less time than it takes to make a custom bridal gown, David’s Bridal, with headquarters in Conshohocken, has emerged from bankruptcy.
Unless you buy a ready-to-wear dress or a sample gown, wedding dresses are custom-made. And once your dress arrives, it’s going to have to be altered — usually several times — until it fits you perfectly, according to theknot.com. That said, many companies can turn a dress around more quickly if need be. But if you have less than six months, start shopping right away and try to be flexible about your dress choice.
Perhaps easing what are already incredible apprehensions of thousands of brides, David’s Bridal, America’s largest wedding gown retailer emerged from bankruptcy on Friday, just weeks after it first sought protection from creditors, writes Katherine Doherty for bloomberg.com.
Less than two months later they have emerged from the restructuring.
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