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I agree with this - coming from someone who is in his late 40s, women are far more interested in men that are confident and funny (ie - not too serious all the time).If a balanced diet and workout regime bolsters your confidence (which it should do, unless you become obsessed with it), attention from women will come.However, as FM states, well-rounded people with some interests other than vanity will significantly open up your possibilities to meet others of both...
I know the conversation has veered away from working out lately, but I just read this article this morning and thought it was worth sharing: I've recently been devoting more attention to my physique (I was working out regularly before, but this year I've intensified my efforts and am paying strict attention to my diet), so I'm doing a lot of reading on the subject.
It happened to me last night on both my iPad AND my MAC desktop. I even tried to open it on another browser that I've never gone to SF with and still got the same error message. Works fine today at the office though. Also working on my iPhone.
You think that particular windowpane would be better as a suit, or do you have an issue with odd jackets made of any windowpane fabric?
I wash all my Luxire shirts in warm and tumble dry with no noticeable shrinkage. Note: My shirt measurements do not result in a skin-tight fit to begin with, so there is some wiggle room.
So, in essence, the rules are relaxed if none of your clients are involved.Perhaps you should just wear a pair of your suit trousers without the jacket. Or, you could wear odd trousers and an odd jacket.
This is what confuses me - Rudals says only suits can be worn at his office and and now is talking about wearing odd trousers?
Was? Not is?
Not having to wear a jacket and tie to work in my office (although I do on Fridays as a F-U to the casual Friday vibe), wearing a cashmere v-neck with an open-collar shirt and trousers (moleskin, corduroy, flannel) is my go-to winter outfit. While I like the idea of a cardigan, I too feel it's more of a lounge-y at-home garment and I don't have any currently. I really like the idea of a shawl-collar cardigan that's a bit longer than most as a replacement for a sport...
I have the purple one - I absolutely love the fabric - I sometimes wish all my shirts were in that fabric - it's easy to iron and has a very soft feel.I guess it would depend on how humid the 85 degrees was - I wore it in Hawaii in March with a jacket and it was ok, but it was a nice breezy day and might not have been quite that warm.I probably would wear it without a jacket at 85 with the sleeves rolled up. I don't think it's too thick for that.
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