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Originally Posted by Chanti View Post
That is awesome! Are you secretly planning on bringing a pair of pants for him? :-)
LOL. great idea. I just may! I know his wife has my back on this one too!

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Your a good sport for taking it light hearted. He will come around and wear what you asked him to wear when the time comes, i'm sure.

My FI and I had a "discussion", I guess you could say lol, in the middle of the department store about his outfit. He wanted to wear linen pants. That's fine. But he was arguing about wanting to wear white pants and shirt. I said that unless he's the bride it's not happening. After a to-do and the sales staff taking sides, we finally agreed on tan linen pants, black buttoned down dress shirt, and tan vest. Of course he insisted he's still a high school size medium, so at last size large was agreed upon. Once it was on I could see him in the mirror checking himself out. He didn't want to admit I was right and that he looks real sharp in it.

Bottom line is, don't worry about it. All guys are just plain stubborn whether or not they are your FI, dad, brother, etc... He will want to see you happy. I'm sure he will turn around.They always do. He's probably just trying to annoy you as siblings do.He knows how important his position in your wedding is.

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you have to find humor in things other wise you'll go crazy.....like how bout this...it's 2 weeks before we leave and both of our mothers have a broken foot

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