~My son's Cuban-born future father-in-law: a light blue oxford cloth button-down shirt, jeans, and a smiling face laced with a healthy dose of Latin charm
~My son's future mother-in-law: beige linen capri pants (you can't see them here, but they were awesome), a navy blue sweater with ruffle accents over a white shell, a couple of happy tears in her eyes, and lots of loving expressions and radiant smiles directed at her beloved little girl
~Me: a Danny & Nicole brand sleevless cotton dress, from the sale rack at J.C. Penney a few years ago (in a zebra print, which is a bit out of character for this conservative-dressing old lady) and a shrug from Dress Barn, along with a teardrop or two and lots of proud and happy "My boy is getting married!" smiles
~My hubby: his trademark leather cowboy hat, a Kelly green polo shirt (with Notre Dame-themed embroidery on it--another trademark as far as his wardrobe is concerned), jeans, and the killer jut-jawed smile that made me fall for him in the first place
|Here's a close-up of my "Sheena of the Jungle" dress (that's what my husband likes to call me|
when I wear animal prints!).
~The bride-to-be: jeans tucked into brown leather boots, a beige sweater, a bold orange statement necklace, and most importantly, a mega-watt smile and a gleaming diamond ring
~The groom-to-be: cotton shorts and a good-looking polo shirt with a plaid collar, along with expressions of pride, relief (that the surprise had gone off without a hitch, after months of planning), and pure joy
Okay, that's what we wore. Now head on over to FLAP, where you will probably get more detailed information ("deets," as the youngsters say nowadays) about where to find the latest and greatest fashions than you did from me here today!