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J.Crew Is Selling $450 Bridal Shorts

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First Anthropologie rolls out wedding rompers, and now J.Crew is unleashing a whole new form of casual bridal attire: shorts. InStyle has the images from J.Crew's beachy bridal lookbook for spring 2015, which features slouchy white track shorts adorned with hand-applied sequins alongside full-length wedding gowns. In the lookbook, the shorts are dressed up with silver sandals, and it appears that they have pockets for chapstick, spare change, and other odds and ends. The Laine sequin short is $450, and if you want to add the matching racerback top, that will be $400.

J.Crew's director of wedding design Molly Schaul explains the thinking behind bridal shorts, saying: "A lot of modern brides are always looking for something that will allow them to take a risk and be unique at their weddings but still keep that timeless aesthetic so they'll be happy looking back at their photographs in 20 years. The shorts are a perfect option for beach weddings but also offer a really unique opportunity to be bold in a casual setting."
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