Tight Henleys

  • justjk

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    Oct 10, 2008 6:05 PM GMT
    So the weather it is a changin, just wanted some feedback on propor attire for the colder months, as i get older i tend to think the tight t-shirt phase is wearing thin, trust me i have plenty, but i also have tight winter shirts, henleys and such but i was thinking maybe this year it's not such a big deal to show off what i work for while it's cold, any thoughts?
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    Oct 10, 2008 6:07 PM GMT
    that towel around your waist each morning, just long enough to run out and grab the morning paper...

    ah, yeah, I feel warmer already icon_biggrin.gif
  • justjk

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    Oct 10, 2008 6:11 PM GMT
    I do wear slippers with the towel when it's colder!!!
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    Oct 10, 2008 6:13 PM GMT
    we might be able to provide more advice, perhaps if we had some pictures of you in said henleys...

    (you can leave the pants off, we're not actually addressing the pants issue yet...yes, naked from the waist down will be fine)
  • Timbales

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    Oct 10, 2008 6:30 PM GMT
    I think there is a difference between tight and fitted. If you put it on and it looks like spandex, it's too tight.
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    Oct 10, 2008 6:49 PM GMT
    i'm not a big fan of henleys. I do like the long sleeve waffle tee, but for some reason I have never been a fan of the henley.

    I love sweaters. Especially something that can be worn multiple ways. Maybe with a blazer, maybe over a button down shirt, or just by itself.

    Hooded sweaters are my absolute thing. I have this amazing DKNY hooded sweater that I LOVE to wear.
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    Oct 10, 2008 7:46 PM GMT
    I didn't know what henleys were until I did a google search. They look like jammies.

    In winter, I personally think it's better just to flaunt your overall frame, not force detail to show through by way of tight fitting clothes. In winter the ability to see the detail of a physique is reserved for only the special people who get to see you naked or nearly so. Everyone else just has to use his imagination as to the details of that great frame they see on the street.

    Your results may vary in the tropics.
  • coolarmydude

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    Oct 10, 2008 10:17 PM GMT
    If you're truly interested in warmth and comfort, you would not wear tight fitted clothing. You need a layer of air to act as the insulator against the cold.

    It's like a woman going on a hike in heels.
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    Oct 11, 2008 1:17 AM GMT
    Timberoo saidI think there is a difference between tight and fitted. If you put it on and it looks like spandex, it's too tight.

    Oooooo....I would like to see Timber suited up in spandex! ... icon_biggrin.gif ....He's so cuuuute!

    Henleys kinda look like the top to long underwear. If the guy has got the body...and you do....they are very masculine and sexy!

    What's the difference between a henley and rugby shirt? ...the collar?
  • justjk

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    Oct 11, 2008 5:36 PM GMT
    It probley is the collar, however, I know NOTHING about fashion, so i call ANYTHING with long sleeves that is not a sweater a Henley, sorry for the confusion