We sat and chatted with the saleslady about the wedding details, and she plopped a large binder down that held all of his options. To ensure he got the style that he wanted, not the one I suggested, I looked over his shoulder as he went through the book and never said a word. Mr. M has pretty good taste, and actually probably owns more clothes than I do (we each have our own walk-in closet with way too many clothes) so I knew he'd pick a nice one. After looking at all of the different styles, there was a clear winner from my point of view, but I waited to see which style he liked best before I gave my opinion. I was happy (but not surprised) when he chose the very same style I was hoping he would as his favorite!
My groom will be waiting for me at the altar, looking dapper in his two button black and ivory pinstriped suit with a white shirt and an ivory vest and tie! He'll be wearing exactly what the model is wearing in this photo, and I know he's going to look gooooood.
In total, the entire experience, including fitting, picking shoes, getting details for the groomsmen, etc. took approximately a half hour. Seriously, why is it always so easy for men?
Was your groom's attire a quick and easy decision? Did you agree with what he picked out?