Walk right back out.
Go find the scissors to help cut him loose cause he'd never be able to get them back off again.
I would say "I'm not surprised"
Take a photo and post it on Facebook.
Probably stare and walk to room and go to sleep or finish some other tasks until ine he decides to talk about it...
I'd probably be cranky to see my good clothes being stretched out of shape and borrowed without permission regardless if I'm married to him or loved him or not.
Secondly I'd be annoyed that he hadn't honestly and openly talked about it with me first, and talked about getting some clothes of his own to experiment with, because I know I'd never have made him feel like he couldn't come to me and talk to me about anything. I'm not that type of person.
Thirdly, I'd have to think about our whole relationship because it does change everything or a huge bulk of the relationship would be different knowing that this side of him existed. It would be like he'd become a stranger. I'm not keen on sneakiness or lies or hiding things.
I would youtube that ****.
I'd dress in his.
Fall into shocked silence. Then ask if he was sober/feeling okay. Then ask how long he's been doing this and if he ever goes out in public like that. I would be okay with it if he kept it private.
Ewwwwww! I guess I just don't understand the psychology of why men do this.
I have been in love with my husband for 16 wonderful years. I would not just dismiss him out-of-hand. Cross-dressing would not be a deal breaker for us.
I'm not saying to dismiss someone you love. Why do they do it though?
That's like asking why someone has a shoe-fetish. I happen to have an accent fetish, and will listen to someone with an accent speak for hours about anything, even income taxes. This gives me pleasure. Cross dressing gives some guys pleasure.
I'd be so weirded out, I'd immediately think 'mental health problems'.
Catch up on the laundry ?