POPSUGAR Fashion Behnaz Sarafpour Would You Wear a Short Wedding Dress? by Fashion 1/03/08 1 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Fashion designer Behnaz Sarafpour did! A very modern idea . . . Source Read More Short Wedding DressWedding DressBehnaz SarafpourFab PollWedding Wedding 34 Memorable Celebrity Weddings of 2015 We Almost Can't Handle the Size of Sofia Vergara's Diamond Wedding Band Here's the 1 Thing I'm Happiest I Did For My Wedding Day This Dog Filmed a Wedding, and the Results Are Glorious Behnaz Sarafpour Our Favorite Looks From Fashion Week So Far: Day 4 Dresses from Luella Bartley, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler and More Go International Designers to Be Re-Released by Target in March It's a Matte Matte Matte Matte World New York Fashion Week: Behnaz Sarafpour Fall 2010 POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Stay Stylish With OurFashion and Beauty Newsletter Personalize Fashion and Beauty News Beauty Tips Street Style Celebrity Style Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. steen 7 years I actually almost did! My wedding was on the beach, at sunset. Since we figured on having a little wind, I was going to go for a shorter gown, nothing terribly formal; after all, the men were wearing linen shirts and slacks! However, my mom really wanted to see me in a long gown and I didn't mind so much, so we found a really nice one that wound up being pretty suitable for the beach. Random2 7 years I don't think I would wear a short dress, I'm too smitten with the long dress look. but I do have a few friends and a sister who would probably love the idea of a short dress (my sister wants to go colored too, she doesn't like white/ ivory/ traditional wedding gown colors). BShax 7 years Hell yes, my wedding dress is up to my knee and I can't wait the mere 28 days it will be till we get married!! kitkatherine 7 years i've been planning to do this for year.there is a nicole miller dress that i love, and that babydoll michael kors did a few years ago i thought would be perfect, until i tried it on and it wasn't.for me to get a long dress hemmed, it would be upwards of 200 hundred dollars.i wnt a short dress and a casual wedding, my boyfriend hates ties, and i want him to be comfortable, so a short dress would allow him to be more casual.yeah..i MAY have put a little too much thought into that. kitkatherine 7 years i've been planning to do this for year. there is a nicole miller dress that i love, and that babydoll michael kors did a few years ago i thought would be perfect, until i tried it on and it wasn't. for me to get a long dress hemmed, it would be upwards of 200 hundred dollars. i wnt a short dress and a casual wedding, my boyfriend hates ties, and i want him to be comfortable, so a short dress would allow him to be more casual. yeah..i MAY have put a little too much thought into that. BeautyEditor 7 years I so would - such a great idea! kh61582 7 years I might but it would depend on two things. My legs would have to be in awesome shape! Also it depends on the groom. Some men have personalities that allow you to think about adding more fun and pizazz into your wedding while other men might have the types of personality where you just want to keep things more traditional. I don't know if that makes sense to anyone but me but hey that's my theory. Lilavati 7 years Never! I have seriously considered a black gow, though, but I think I'll stay traditional. breakbrooklyn 7 years only if it was the most beautiful short dress i had ever seen. i don't like the dress that the designer chose b/c (even though it's pretty) you can even wear it as a day dress to a party. i want to look more glamorous since it is that ONE day so i'm most likely going long but i have no problem with a short dress. thewavingcat 7 years nope! thewavingcat 7 years nope! HipMom 7 years I would and I did :-) Traditional wedding gowns are very much "not me", so when I got married in 1997 I wore a white ensamble with a short skirt and fitted jacket, and fabulous white t-strap platform pumps with 4 1/2 inch heels :-) I never regretted it and would definitely do it again. But then again, the rest of the cerimony was also kind of unconventional, I probably wouldn't do it if I was getting married in a Catholic church. HipMom 7 years I would and I did :-) Traditional wedding gowns are very much "not me", so when I got married in 1997 I wore a white ensamble with a short skirt and fitted jacket, and fabulous white t-strap platform pumps with 4 1/2 inch heels :-) I never regretted it and would definitely do it again. But then again, the rest of the cerimony was also kind of unconventional, I probably wouldn't do it if I was getting married in a Catholic church. starbright14 7 years No way... I love the long dress look! xredDKNYframes 7 years I think I was being married in the summer I would want a short wedding dress, only if it is beyond attractive. Daisie 7 years For me, it's totally dependent on when, where, why and at what age I'm marrying. If it was a quickie wedding, a beach wedding or a 2nd or third marriage I might consider it. For now, my dream is a ballgown....Reem Acra, Amsale, etc!!! Talldiva45 7 years Nope, I just think a longer dress for a wedding is much more elegant. I mean you can wear a short dress anytime , right? The only way I would wear one is for the reception afterwards... freegracefrom 7 years I think the dress in the picture is a weee bit too short for me. But definitely knee-length is fine. veronicaraye 7 years ehhh...doubt it..maybe at the reception peachiepink 7 years My dream dress is a knee length A-line, cream, silk brocade, with a portrait neckline. this is weird, but I'm only 16 and can already picture my wedding dress (not picturing the man, of course). Professorluv 7 years You can wear short dresses whenever you want! but a long dress with train you can only wear once....on your wedding! but that also means that a short wedding dress you could wear again and again! bluesarahlou 7 years No thanks... bluesarahlou 7 years No thanks... ilanac13 7 years i would. i don't think that you have to have a long dress becuase that's what tradition tells you. it's a new era for fashion and whatever looks best should be worn. blue-skies 7 years Oops, that meant to say: I'm wearing a knee-length dress with a pair of sparkly GOLD mary jane-style flats. Otherwise it doesn't make much sense, ha ha!