Hundreds of women had said yes to their Alfred Angelo wedding dresses, then the brand鈥檚 sudden closure left the brides-to-be in the lurch. The company filed for bankruptcy on July 14, which led to the immediate shuttering of the stores, wholesalers, and offices. The biggest losers in this sad situation are the hundreds of brides-to-be who have been left dressless. Molly Kang, who founded wedding dress startup Floravere that disrupted the stagnant wedding dress industry, wants to help.

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 05: A model walks the runway at the Alfred Angelo Spring 2017 Bridal Show with Disney Weddings at EZ Studios on October 5, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images for Alfred Angelo)

Kang wanted to simplify and clarify a process that is overwhelming to so many women, so she created her company that allows you to try-on dresses at home before you buy and even allows you to customize your own silhouette. Floravere turns out dresses in three months, as opposed to the more customary nine, so it works well for brides who are in a pinch. When news broke of the Alfred Angelo closures, Floravere鈥檚 mission to help out brides in need was further realized, and here鈥檚 how the brand is coming to their rescue.

The company is offering up the line鈥檚 50 bridal samples (sizes 2, 4, and 10) for a giveaway to the first applicants. All they have to do is fill out a form and Floravere will be in touch with availability. Anyone who isn鈥檛 quite quick enough for the first 50 will get a 30 percent discount on the site鈥檚 offerings with proof of purchase of a never-to-be-seen Alfred Angelo gown.

There鈥檚 already enough to worry about on the big day. Walking down the aisle without a dress shouldn鈥檛 have to be one of them.

What would you do if you were an Alfred Angelo bride? Tell us if you鈥檇 take up Kang鈥檚 offer @BritandCo!

(h/t People Style; Slaven Vlasic, JP Yim/Getty, Floravere)