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I also walk a lot. I'm not into microwaving either yet I buy some stuff like bananas and cottage cheese. So, I don't need to cook it.I don't think it is always safe to transport food from home to work in hot weather. Meat, milk and many other products may decay during transportation in the briefcase unless your briefcase has a fridge option.
Even though your question is addressed to the OP I would answer.1. I don't take lunches from home to work. Why would someone do that if there are several stores and eating joints around? The only guess it is his wife's initiative.2. I wear my Swims in my briefcase if it is going to rain.3. I always wear documents, cell phones, glasses and/or shades, and some other stuff. It requires a big briefcase.
If one doesn't wear undershirts he is going to sweat right into his shirt and that is much worse as sweat stains on the back are disgusting. Besides, if one has a protruding belly the part of it will be seen through the space between the buttons and that is a gross.
I guess I'll try a permanent marker first as it must be much cheaper.
Yes, now I believe it's plastic. What a disgusting idea for a manufacturer to use a plastic as a substrate painted in wood color. Wood is not that expensive
I don't have a sign on my shirt that says I'm on my vacation. So, nobody knows about it if I walk the streets.
It is a casual looking shirt, not t-shirt. I don't wear t-shirts outdoors.
In summer months these days I often wear this combination when I’m on my weekend or vacation: 1.Tan Sperry Top Siders. 2.No socks. 3.Solid light blue or light grey shorts. 4.Solid tan leather belt. 5.Tucked-in solid light blue or light grey shirt. What would you recommend me to choose as a headwear in this case? I can’t really decide if to choose a baseball cap made of cotton/linen or a narrow-rim hat made of straw or paper. Baseball cap looks too casual for my taste...
I have some Pierre Cardin umbrella I bought in some French store online. Not only their sales personnel didn't speak English, they also sold the pretty inferior umbrella. The problem is the paint on the handle peels easily. Under the brown paint there is some white stuff. I don't get if it is a white wood or a white plastic. What is the best way to paint the scratches over?
Yes, linen clothes is of concern in terms of see-through.
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