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Intricate lacework is shown on this bridal gown, which also features a key-hole back and transparent sleeves, on display at Bliss Bridal in Mitchell. Sandy Slama, owner of Sandra Rose in Tyndall, said all three of those features have increased in popularity for bridal gowns recently. (Photo by Candy DenOuden/Republic)

Area retailers say this year's trends veer away from traditional wedding tuxes, gowns

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Every year, the fashion world rolls out runways of new styles, from the glamorous to the ghastly.

Those trends trickle down into everyday wear and, of course, weddings.

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But Milan, New York and London are a long way from South Dakota, and while news may travel fast, clothes take a little longer.

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