The Bridal Atelier (TBA), based in both Melbourne and Sydney, began going through liquidation on Monday, as per ASIC's website.
The public notice means both stores were immediately closed and as a result, customers were left without their wedding dresses.
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It is estimated that hundreds of women who are set to get married have been left thousands of dollars out of pocket and without a wedding dress.
@partygirlclauds #THEBRIDALATELIER Has closed abruptly. Leaving many #Australian #Brides without their gowns. There is limited information during this time. Please contact your designers or get in touch with @KWH Bridal for additional help and support. Comment below or DM me for additional support. ❤️ #AustralianWedding #SydneyBride #SydneyWedding #2023bride #2024bride ♬ original sound - Claudia ✨ Your Wedding Bestie
"The Bridal Atelier in Australia has closed down without any notice and leaving hundreds if not thousands, of brides without their wedding dresses," she reported on Monday.
Claudia went on to say the boutique had not only shut its doors but deleted its website and social media accounts.
"They have not communicated to brides that they are closing down or to pick up the dresses that are fully paid for," she continued. "No one knows why this has happened, no one has any idea... They have not advertised anywhere that they are closing down."