Why do women buy their wedding dresses and men rent their tuxedos?
I imagine it's the same reason why many of them make a big deal about the gowns worn on "the red carpet" during awards shows. Women strive to be unique when it comes to clothes in general. However for many of them a wedding is their one day to dress up like a "fairytale princess" in real life. Some of them have been dreaming about this moment from the time they were little girls.
Truth be told the groom is slightly more than a prop at most weddings. The wedding day belongs to the woman. Everyone in the audience stands when (she) walks down the aisle.
Because they are attached to the emotion and desparately cling on to it.
It happens because women aren't all that bright and men are....
It's an investment. She probably knows that she will be wearing it again and again, by the looks of today's divorce rate.
* In the Unites States, women file for 80% of all divorces.
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