Each outfit has been hand tailored by Nancy, who began the tradition two years into their marriage.
Their story began in 1975 when they firstmet at a hardware convention in Chicago, Ill. As soon as they met, Don told himself that he would one day marry Nancy. A year later, they were wed.
Nancy, aformer dressmaker,started designingher own clothes at the age of12. Since then, she's createdhundreds of garments in varietyof bright and bold patterns.
Looking back on the first time they wore matching outfits, Nancysays, "I made Don the same shirt I was wearing. We've dressed alike ever since. We love it."
While Nancy is known for creating these amazing ensemble pieces, Don has his own claim to fame. He invented the pink plastic lawn flamingo that took America by storm in the 1960's.
"If we need a new outfit, we go to the fabric shop together and pick out something we both like," says Nancy.
The two lovebirds clearly have a penchant for bright and bold colors as made evident by this colorful ensemble.
It's really hard to judge their outlandish outfits, because they're so clearly in love.
When Nancy first met Don he was a suit and tie guy. But following her mom's encouragement, she began sprucing him up with fun andcolorful fabrics.
"Every day, my tie matches her dress," Don says.
The lovely couple dressed to the nines in this René Magritte-inspired get-up.
On special occasions, they even coordinate with their dog Smokey.
And at night, they wear matching pajamas to bed.
When the New York Times asked Nancy why her and Don dress like they do,
she replied,"First and foremost, it's fun! We like it! But it's also the clearest sign we can give that we're together. For Donald and me, that's our deal."
The secret to a happy marriage? Don says, "We are always together, and that's the only way we like to be."