Wedding Essentials - - GROOM MAKEOVER -

Where other grooms worry about shoes, or their suits, or even how they’re sup­posed to walk down the car­pet that leads to the al­tar, Don­ald is more con­cerned about one thing: the vows he’s sup­posed to make. The one he’s sup­posed to say in front of an au­di­ence of hun­dreds. Be­cause it takes just as much courage as it looks on all the videos you’ve seen.

But that doesn’t mean Don­ald isn’t work­ing on how he looks. He’ s been get­ting more sleep, eat­ing cleaner. Skip­ping the fried meals and the salt. That helps a lot to­ward hav­ing great skin and con­trol­ling your weight.

While he’s done what he can, Don­ald knows the wed­ding day might still have some sur­prises. Prob­a­bly not all pleas­ant.

“As much as pos­si­ble pre­pare ev­ery­thing in ad­vance so that you have less things to worry about come wed­ding day, since there will most likely be some trou­ble shoot­ing to be done on wed­ding day and pray.”


KIT­TEN: You have to be pre­pared when things go wrong. You don’t have to fore­see ev­ery­thing, but look out for the un­ex­pected.

REY: His aura best fits the mod­ern-ro­man­tic style. Prob­a­bly close to the blue-gray hues and keep that pocket square for that preppy look.

AU­RE­LIO: Def­i­nitely skip the oil and the salt in the weeks or months be­fore the wed­ding. You’ll look and feel much lighter without them.

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