How do you guys dress daily

  • Being

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    Jun 11, 2014 11:02 AM GMT
    What type of stuff do you guys like to wear?
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    Jun 11, 2014 11:30 AM GMT
    I 'dress' left. It's uncomfortable on the other side.icon_wink.gif





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    Jun 11, 2014 11:51 AM GMT
    Skinny jeans (cargo pants in summer), leopard print/patterned T shirts, and plain vests. I'll sometimes wear some designer dog tags and a rope bracelet in summer, but I'm not heavily into the whole jewellery on guys thing.
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    Jun 11, 2014 11:54 AM GMT
    Nothing.
  • Bunjamon

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    Jun 11, 2014 2:11 PM GMT
    Shorts and a t-shirt. Though I work from home so sometimes I don't end up getting dressed until I have to go out and get the mail.
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    Jun 11, 2014 2:20 PM GMT
    I wear only 3 items of clothing almost year-round in warm South Florida: shorts, boxer shorts, and either polo or T-shirt. Plus buckle sandals or moccasins for my feet, and sometimes a hat for the sun.
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    Jun 11, 2014 2:49 PM GMT
    StudlyScrewRite saidI 'dress' left. It's uncomfortable on the other side.icon_wink.gif



    Actually, Joey's tailor was fitting men's trousers in what was once the standard and acceptable way.

    In 1963 I was 14 and about to attend boys prep school. For which I needed some new suits, as we had no uniforms or school blazers. But instead of my Mother taking me to the boys section at a department store to be fitted, my Father unexpectedly took me himself, to his own tailor. Mom stayed home.

    I was shocked, but also flattered & honored, a sign I was growing up into an adult. So I stood on a carpeted box while his tailor fitted my pants in a private room, while Dad sat nearby in a large padded armchair overseeing the operation.

    Legs crossed, in suit & tie himself and looking rather like the Don from a Godfather movie, except he held a brandy snifter from which he sipped. A rather elegant touch at this establishment, the one thing I was still too young to share with him.

    And as Joey 's tailor did, my Father's ran his hand up my trouser inseam, and pressed lightly against my balls, but making definite contact. "On which side do you dress, sir?"

    On what side do I WHAT, I thought to myself. Dress? What does that mean? My mind raced, but in mere seconds I guessed it must mean on which side do my dick and balls hang, when wearing boxers.

    "Neither," I answered, hoping I understood correctly. "I wear Jockey shorts." "Thank you sir," he replied, and adjusted the trousers accordingly. Otherwise he would have let out the seam of the trouser leg down which I hung, to allow more room.

    And my Father sitting there, watching & listening to this, said not a word. It was not exactly the kind of male bonding experience between father & son I had expected that day. Neither was it the last time a tailor would ask me that question, as recently as my tuxedo fitting 8 years ago. Does anyone else still encounter that?
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    Jun 11, 2014 3:44 PM GMT
    Gym shorts that have a pocket for phone & keys. And sunscreen. Summer uniform.

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    I usually keep a shirt and some sandals in the car, in case I have to go inside a store or something.
  • disasterpiece

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    Jun 11, 2014 5:30 PM GMT
    I buy clothes at H&M.

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  • venue35

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    Jun 11, 2014 5:56 PM GMT
    I used to buy alot of clothes ...expensive brands etc.
    This year i haven't bought anything really. I have enough.
    I think buying excessively is an insecurity.
    I do like fashion though. In the States that's considered "gay".
    Here even the straights take clothes very seriously.
    At the end of the day it's about good taste.
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    Jun 11, 2014 6:08 PM GMT
    venue35 saidI think buying excessively is an insecurity.

    I have a lot of clothes but my insecurity was that I didn't want to have to worry about doing laundry all the time and could let the dirty clothes pile up.
  • venue35

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    Jun 11, 2014 6:20 PM GMT
    Do you own anything by Versace??