There's something classic about a mother picking out an outfit for her son in the morning, then approving after he puts it on and heads out the door. Even if he's 45 years old.
According to a survey by a British website called Style Pilot, 30% of GROWN MEN . . . men ages 18 to 60 . . . admit that sometimes their mothers still buy them clothes or tell them what to wear.
66% of men say their wife or partner picks out their clothes for them. There is some overlap between those groups . . . meaning there are probably days when both their wife AND mother have picked out clothes for them to wear.
16% of men say their mothers-in-law have shopped for them.
The survey also found 12% of men believe their lack of fashion sense has held them back in life, like at a job interview. And 7% have actually been EMBARRASSED by their clothes.