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Marsala For Grooms: Yay or Nay?

So...what do you all think of this marsala/burgandy look for grooms. Known as the Western or Cowboy tie, the hand tied bow looks rather great to me. It's little things like that that can make or break a look. Aside from that, however, I am going to say NAY on this color for grooms.
As I mentioned here, I am NOT a fan of this color in such large scale. Little pieces here and there are one thing. But so much color like this is cartoonish and just WAY TOO MUCH!
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