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Originally Posted by lmadore View Post

Sorry for anyone who recently posted suits on the forum is it possible to say what fabric and color you chose? Im looking at the site right now and im having a hard time figuring out what would look the best 



 

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Light natural beige....it was a tad on the yellow side (vs. gray) and we really liked them.

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(our pics are in here, not too far down the thread as well)

 

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oh no!

sorry to hear. did you try emailing them again?

 

we JUST ordered my FI's suit in that colour and recieved shortly after, looks like we ordered just in time blink.gif
 

Originally Posted by bmaxam12 View Post


Looking at the site it looks like the exact same company, unfortunately they don't have the Hawaiian light gray on here now either....UGH!!!

 



 



 

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Would love to know where you find shoes!  I am in the same boat, need a size 16 :(  I have been looking everywhere but apparently no one likes to make a nice pair of beach shoes in anything above a 14....

Originally Posted by Cateyedcutie View Post

This thread is a life saver, FI is 6`5``...and he`s the shortest in the wedding party. Now onto my next problem: shoes for yeti sized men lmao



 

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I'll keep you posted, for now these giant men are barefoot lol
 

Originally Posted by nolacruiser6 View Post


Would love to know where you find shoes!  I am in the same boat, need a size 16 :(  I have been looking everywhere but apparently no one likes to make a nice pair of beach shoes in anything above a 14....



 



 

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What color of suit did you order him?

 

Originally Posted by DiamondGirl View Post

Here's are a picture of my husband in his suit. I ordered him pre-set sizes. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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Thanks :) That is actually what I told him.... he is going barefoot unless a miracle happens, and then after the beach he can wear "real" shoes.  LOL
 

Originally Posted by Cateyedcutie View Post

I'll keep you posted, for now these giant men are barefoot lol
 



 



 

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Thanks to original poster for sharing the link.  I will share with FI, as he is deciding on the suits for the guys in the wedding.

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