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Chic! I'm heading towards the all-black super-cool man-about-town look!  It's gonna revolutionize this area.

Oh, wait...maybe all-black all-the-time is sort of stodgy???  Hmm, I may be stodgy. 

On a side note, the Brits use the heck out of that word on the baking shows.  Annoying.

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10 minutes ago, Razors Edge said:

Chic! I'm heading towards the all-black super-cool man-about-town look!  It's gonna revolutionize this area.

Oh, wait...maybe all-black all-the-time is sort of stodgy???  Hmm, I may be stodgy. 

On a side note, the Brits use the heck out of that word on the baking shows.  Annoying.

Surely you are mistaken.  I am sure on British baking shows the word is "pudgy".  :) 

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5 minutes ago, Longjohn said:

As far as attire I always ran hard case. This new bike has Kenda tires on Stans wheels. Time will tell if I like them.

It I didn't always have to re-tire, I would retire. 

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Nope.  Shorts, T, no shoes.  This time of year changing into track pants, T, slip on deck shoes.  In the cold mornings I put on a hoodie and in the sun a John Deere ball cap.   A lot of my old clothes are too big to fit me now.  I don't own a suit and I'd be hard pressed to find slacks to go with a sport coat.

I'm a retired old man.

Get off my lawn.

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Just kickin it on weekends I’m in shorts, T-shirt & sandals or athletic shoes if I’m walking a lot.

My work attire is cotton casual pants, branded polos/knit shirts & nice but casual shoes.  I have a bunch of dress slacks, button down shirts & suits I haven’t worn since Covid hit…

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1 hour ago, jsharr said:

Nope.  I wear jeans, a company logo t shirt, jeans and boots every single day, unless we have something going on that would require me to wear a button down shirt. 

Kind of the same here. Jeans, t-shirt(bigfoot or bike related, today is bigfoot on a bike), and Hokas instead of boots. Hokas are JH boots. 

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4 minutes ago, denniS said:

Kind of the same here. Jeans, t-shirt(bigfoot or bike related, today is bigfoot on a bike), and Hokas instead of boots. Hokas are JH boots. 

You need this

Sasquatch Milk Carton

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31 minutes ago, BuffJim said:

This is pretty much my look without the mustache and sunglasses. So I stay pretty current. 

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Actually, I still have quite a few pair of denim shorts like that.  I've heard it is a fashion no-no these days, but I still wear them.  :slow-dance-smiley:

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6 minutes ago, denniS said:

Awesome. It has become a thing to give me Bigfoot shirts or sox. 

This is today's

Going the Distance T

I bet the Sunshine Committee could hook you up, if only they had some sort of address......  and an idea of size.  I am thinking medium for some reason, maybe large.

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13 minutes ago, jsharr said:

I bet the Sunshine Committee could hook you up, if only they had some sort of address......  and an idea of size.  I am thinking medium for some reason, maybe large.

I'm trying to figure out how to stop the bigfoot t-shirt brigade. the latest looks more like Kenny Rogers than Bigfoot.

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For a woman, if it's not sexy, then it's stodgy, right? I don't even wear halter tops, sports bras, etc. Just downright dull.

I haven't worn sandals in years....when on bike it's cycling shoes, off bike, it's running shoes. At work in office, some sort of dress shoe..though that hasn't happened in past 18 months.

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That is what you would consider it.  Suits with sensible pumps on work days.  Occasionally dress pants and a sweater twin set.

Weekends, shorts or chino type pants and a collared shirt.  Sometimes a t-shirt.

 

Special clothes for agility with dogs.

 

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6 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

All of you… stod—gee—AF!!

“But, Mosey… What can we do to get out of our rut?”

 

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Wrangler Men's george Strait Burgundy Plaid Western Shirt Big & Tall Szies  - Jackson's Western

Me everyday.  Hat changes with the weather and I seldom wear a hat to the office,but usually have one in the car, just in case.

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6 minutes ago, jsharr said:

Wrangler Men's george Strait Burgundy Plaid Western Shirt Big & Tall Szies  - Jackson's Western

Me everyday.  Hat changes with the weather and I seldom wear a hat to the office,but usually have one in the car, just in case.

How about adding a turquoise or sterling  hat band to that Stetson? 

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5 minutes ago, MoseySusan said:

How about adding a turquoise hat band to that Stetson? 

Not gonna happen.  Too flash for a fat old man.  Leather braided band with a bit of silver embellishment.

Here is my nice straw hat

Resistol 10X George Strait Mesa Straw Hat

and here is my winter felt hat

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Yeah, always been a plain dull dresser. 

 

Work clothes and a stroll around the mall after work.

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At play, traveling home from Vegas

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Retired. Just wear stupid shirts people give me as gifts. Pretty much my wardrobe now. :D

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1 hour ago, MoseySusan said:

All of you… stod—gee—AF!!

“But, Mosey… What can we do to get out of our rut?”

 

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I would not be caught dead in any article of clothing in these pics.  Sorry Sue.

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8 hours ago, jsharr said:

Nope.  I wear jeans, a company logo t shirt, jeans and boots every single day, unless we have something going on that would require me to wear a button down shirt. 

I do this but swap pajamas and a tshirt. It’s hell working from home. 

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1 minute ago, Square Wheels said:

I don't care.

I can't be bothered.

Dressing up is not for me.

I stopped wearing a tie at work about 10 years ago.  I got promoted to a bigger position, no tie.  I've never worn a jacket to work.

The older I get, the less I care.

I have gone the opposite way.  nothing formal but casual elegance on a mature man is a nice look.  My wife appreciates it and it feels good.  I am not above jeans and a t-shirt though. 

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1 minute ago, Wilbur said:

I have gone the opposite way.  nothing formal but casual elegance on a mature man is a nice look.  My wife appreciates it and it feels good.  I am not above jeans and a t-shirt though. 

I have one pair of jeans.  The fit fine, but are not comfortable.  I wore jeans for many years.  All through high school, during work when it was too cold for shorts.  I just don't like the feel anymore.

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