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Byline: by Bridget Foley
When the wedding is over, be it the toniest, most high-profile and exquisite wedding imaginable or a budget-conscious DIY affair at the local lodge, when the Champagne flutes are dry, the cake a gluten-free memory and fatigued dancing feet long soothed, all that's left (apart from, one hopes, a sound marriage) are the pictures. Moral: a girl's got to love her dress.
Shallow? Not at all. After the bride herself, the dress is the event's second-biggest star, even when, as in Chelsea Clinton's case, the parents are of supernova status. One only need peruse the countless wedding retrospectives on the Web last week Celebrity Weddings, First Daughters, Nontraditional Brides. None focused on table settings, cakes or long forgotten menus. When it …