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Helen Bradley isn't one of those women who fantasized about her wedding as a girl, so when the time came to tie the knot on the 10th tee of a golf course, she wanted to be relaxed, comfortable and economical.Once the domain of older or remarrying brides, short gowns are enjoying a little more of the love, from luxury brands like Monique Lhuillier, Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa to more affordable offerings at David's Bridal, which has a bustling retail website and about 300 stores around the country.The short looks aren't just stand-in dresses originally intended for bridesmaids or cocktail parties. In this Oct. 12, 2013 photo released by Stephanie Chaney Casanova shows her wearing a BHLDN short dress from Anthropologie's bridal line at her wedding to Juan Pablo Cortazar Casanova in Lincoln Park in Chicago.At David's Bridal, 26 of the 75 gowns launched for spring 2015 are short, said Anne Acierno, executive vice president for design, merchandising and product development.
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