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#551 torilynnsmith

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    Posted 12 August 2011 - 05:40 AM


    Ahhhhh that's what happened.   I returned the shirts last night and they were cheaper than what I paid I thought! Oh well.... still $15 for the pants is a good deal and no shipping... so I saved $1.50 on each item I ordered!!!!  

    Originally Posted by MJKH 

    Just a heads up...any time I've used a credit or promotional code at Old Navy, they use some magical formula to spread the discount over ALL of the items in your cart, and don't just take it off at the end.  What that means is, when you return some of the items, you forfeit the discount that they applied to those items.
     



     



     


    Looks great!!!!!! 

    Originally Posted by AfricanVenus 

    We were going for a 1920's Harlem Renaissance feel with the guys' look. Here's a breakdown of the attire:

    • My DH's outfit: Jacket by Jones New York at Men's Warehouse. Pants from Burlington Coat Factory. Shoes by Armani. His outfit totaled $165 (shoes not included as they were a gift from me). The hat he borrowed from his best man. His jacket was actually a light plaid as it had tan and blue lines to play into our wedding colors: turquoise and blue (see below).
    • Grooms Men's outfits: Kohl's (pants by Ralph Lauren's Polo collection), JC Penny's (ties), and Burlington Coat Factory (suspenders, ties [Donald Trump Collection] and shirts). Their caps are by Kangol and we got it from a store in Newark that my DH talked the owner down to $15/each (they're worth $40+). Their entire outfits were $60/each. Their shoes were a gift from my MIL.



     



    #552 Manda123

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      Posted 12 August 2011 - 07:24 AM


      These guys look great! I can't believe you got all of that for the price you paid. Well done!!
       

      Originally Posted by AfricanVenus 

      We were going for a 1920's Harlem Renaissance feel with the guys' look. Here's a breakdown of the attire:

      • My DH's outfit: Jacket by Jones New York at Men's Warehouse. Pants from Burlington Coat Factory. Shoes by Armani. His outfit totaled $165 (shoes not included as they were a gift from me). The hat he borrowed from his best man. His jacket was actually a light plaid as it had tan and blue lines to play into our wedding colors: turquoise and blue (see below).
      • Grooms Men's outfits: Kohl's (pants by Ralph Lauren's Polo collection), JC Penny's (ties), and Burlington Coat Factory (suspenders, ties [Donald Trump Collection] and shirts). Their caps are by Kangol and we got it from a store in Newark that my DH talked the owner down to $15/each (they're worth $40+). Their entire outfits were $60/each. Their shoes were a gift from my MIL.



       



      #553 AfricanVenus

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        Posted 12 August 2011 - 07:39 AM

        Thanks to you both ladies! Everyone loved their look. I'm glad they were happy with it. The Best Man has worn the pieces in different arrangement a few times at church which makes me feel good that he can wear it again.


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        #554 Peach

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          Posted 12 August 2011 - 09:33 AM

          Wow that price is awesome! And your DH is quite the negotiator!
           

          Originally Posted by AfricanVenus 

          We were going for a 1920's Harlem Renaissance feel with the guys' look. Here's a breakdown of the attire:

          • My DH's outfit: Jacket by Jones New York at Men's Warehouse. Pants from Burlington Coat Factory. Shoes by Armani. His outfit totaled $165 (shoes not included as they were a gift from me). The hat he borrowed from his best man. His jacket was actually a light plaid as it had tan and blue lines to play into our wedding colors: turquoise and blue (see below).
          • Grooms Men's outfits: Kohl's (pants by Ralph Lauren's Polo collection), JC Penny's (ties), and Burlington Coat Factory (suspenders, ties [Donald Trump Collection] and shirts). Their caps are by Kangol and we got it from a store in Newark that my DH talked the owner down to $15/each (they're worth $40+). Their entire outfits were $60/each. Their shoes were a gift from my MIL.



           



          #555 Amanda+Dave

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            Posted 13 August 2011 - 02:12 PM

            Not the greatest picture (I was too lazy to go downstairs and get a different lens for my camera) but here is what my FI will be wearing. The groomsmen's outfits are similar except their shirts are a little darker.

             

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            #556 Aruba Bride

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              Posted 13 August 2011 - 03:55 PM

              The guys looks great!!

               

              Originally Posted by AfricanVenus 

              We were going for a 1920's Harlem Renaissance feel with the guys' look. Here's a breakdown of the attire:

              • My DH's outfit: Jacket by Jones New York at Men's Warehouse. Pants from Burlington Coat Factory. Shoes by Armani. His outfit totaled $165 (shoes not included as they were a gift from me). The hat he borrowed from his best man. His jacket was actually a light plaid as it had tan and blue lines to play into our wedding colors: turquoise and blue (see below).
              • Grooms Men's outfits: Kohl's (pants by Ralph Lauren's Polo collection), JC Penny's (ties), and Burlington Coat Factory (suspenders, ties [Donald Trump Collection] and shirts). Their caps are by Kangol and we got it from a store in Newark that my DH talked the owner down to $15/each (they're worth $40+). Their entire outfits were $60/each. Their shoes were a gift from my MIL.



               



              #557 Danceraz

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                Posted 16 August 2011 - 06:18 AM

                Has anyone done Grey suits? I see most of you are doing tan. If so do you have any pics? I am curious what it looks like on the beach. Thanks!



                #558 meBonidie2be

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                  Posted 16 August 2011 - 10:53 AM

                  I am so glad i found this thread. It will be a giant help! I can't decide if i like the flip flops or not. My problem is we don't even know where we are having the actual ceremony at the resort. You don't decide until you get there. It seems the attire would change if its on the beach or one of their other beautiful locations.



                  #559 Kathie

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                    Posted 16 August 2011 - 11:26 AM

                    My fiance and his best man are wearing grey suits, crisp white shirts with orange paisley ties. To make FH stand out a little I also got him a pocket square and they will wear different bouts. I haven't seen it on the beach but it looks great at home. :)



                    #560 torilynnsmith

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                      Posted 16 August 2011 - 01:48 PM


                      A girlfriend was showing me pictures of her friend (who I don't know) wedding in Aruba last night and her Hubby wore a grey suit, white shirt and I think pink paisley tie, the boys wore the same but no jackets, it looked SOOOOO sharp!!!! I wanted to change our outfits but since they are sitting in my spare room I better not!!!!  It was a great look though I say go for it!!! They were a light grey and looked soo sharp!

                      Originally Posted by Danceraz 

                      Has anyone done Grey suits? I see most of you are doing tan. If so do you have any pics? I am curious what it looks like on the beach. Thanks!



                       






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