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Suit Shopping

Federico and I had a very fun shopping experience on Sunday afternoon. He bought his first suit. We headed off to the Cabizon Outlets late in the day, after pricing tux rentals for the prom, we decided to buy a black suit that he can wear on other occasions. He will be stunning at our NYC wedding. We got a fabulous deal. Here is "Mr. Calvin Klein" (with the tags on) modeling for Brad:


The boy LOVES to pose!



We now have to do something about the Nike's on his feet!


Comments (8)


What a handsome son you have! The girls will ditch their dates and will be all over him.

Jan :

Wow! Maybe modeling is in his future? He looks so cute in anything that he wears and I'll bet the two of you had fun shopping.

OMG, he is too handsome for words!


What a cutie your boy is! I think the suit is a fabulous investment...Sean would agree, too :)

Oh, how much fun you must have had! He really is adorable and what a smart "Mom" you are to think about tux rental vs buying a good quality suit. Bravi to you both!

Barb Cabot:

OMG I can only say what everyone else said! and in my own words "Dreamboat!" (I think no one young uses that term!


Ciao Palma, I love reading your Blog. Very sorry that you have had to go through so much. I hope that you are feeling better. I am sure you are still the warm, good looking woman you always were before treatment. Your young man is very handsome , his suit makes him even more grown up. I am so very happy for you and Brad that you have had this time with Federico.


yes--"dreamboat" for sure.

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