A MAJOR wedding dress shop is flogging the last of its stock as they enter the final week of its closing down sale.
David’s Bridal collapsed into administration in April after its US owner filed for bankruptcy.
The store at Glasgow’s Braehead Shopping Centre will close for good this Tuesday at 6pm.
And they’ve announced another massive wave of reductions – with bargains as low as £1.
Wedding dresses are now reduced to a maximum of £250 with sizes going up to a US30 (UK26).
The shop said most of the dresses are in perfect condition with only a few needing minor alterations.
Bridesmaids dresses are now being sold at a price between £5 and £30, with the shop still selling a variety of different colours and sizes.
And special occasions and even mother of the bride outfits are reduced to between £1 and a maximum of £60, with a variety of sizes and colours available in store.
Their veils are also being reduce to between £5 and £30 with limited stock on sale.
And the manager is even offering a manager’s special with all fixtures, fittings and equipment on sale and sold as it’s seen.
Posters across the boutique’s windows reveal the discounted prices ranging from £1 to £250.
The store is open every day until it closes.
It will open from 10.30am until 6.30pm today, tomorrow and Friday.
On Saturday it will be open 9am until 5pm and Sunday from 11am until 4pm.
And in its final two days it will open from 10.30am until 6.30pm on Monday and 10.30am until 6pm on its final day on Tuesday.
The store had branches in Birmingham, London and Watford and employed more than 150 people.
The company, which previously filed for bankruptcy in 2018, said it was looking for a buyer to take on “all or some of its assets”.
The US firm has struggled to bounce back from the challenges of Covid, which saw a ban on weddings.
And the company filed for bankruptcy after announcing that 9,000 jobs would be cut from its workforce – with a similar process launched in Canada.
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