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He said he was wearing a kilt or there would not be a wedding. We are kind of stuck here. Do you see a way out? A: I do see a way out! You told your fiancé you were fine with whatever sort of formal wear he wanted to wear for the wedding, and he has chosen, presumably, a formal kilt-and-suit combination. You don’t mention any sort of concern about any misplaced connection to Scottish heritage on your fiancé’s part, so I imagine you’re primarily concerned about the idea of a man choosing to wear something other than pants. I don’t think that’s a good reason to react with horror or to forbid him something. I encourage you to revisit the topic together and to listen to him with an open mind when he talks about why he wants to wear one. Slate Plus members get more Dear Prudence. Every week, Mallory Ortberg answers more questions from readers, for members only. Members also get complete, ad-free episodes of the Dear Prudence podcast, and a host of other benefits—and they help support Slate’s journalism.
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