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His Look! Wedding Styles for the Groom

Dear Grooms-to-Be,

Contrary to popular belief, your wedding day is about YOU also! You are on display also and you want to look good! You may be thinking, "as long as she looks good, no one will care how I look". That is WRONG! When those doors open and the Bride takes her first step and see you at the alter, her heart will melt. She will be admiring everything about you...from your face to your suit to your shoes. During the ceremony she will be stealing glances at you. As she lays her head on your shoulder during the first dance she is going to inhale the scent of your cologne and fall in love all over again. When the pictures are shown to family and friends she is going to brag about how good you look. So trust me gentlemen...we will be looking at you!

Things the Groom need:
1. 3 piece suit
2. Wedding Band
3. Cool Groomsmen
4. A Nice Timepiece
5. Cufflinks
6. Dapper Shoes
7. Well-Groomed

Diamond Cufflinks

Haurex Watch

Cobalt Chrome Ring

Leather Oxfords
Suit and Tie

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