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post #46 of 63
In the evening if I'm no longer going out, I change into pyjamas. In the winter, there's a robe. I don't have anything posh there. Unless I'm completely knackered, I try to make that 9:00 PM in case people ring the door.

I'm preparing tax return information today and spent the day indoors so I'm in a button down shirt, sweater and wool pants. Yesterday, I threw a jacket on top as well. In the summer, it's a collared top, cotton or linen pants (I don't wear jeans). The only exception to that is going down to the gym in the building.

In spite of multiple clothing donations, I find after getting on the forum I'm still saddled with a lot of ill fitting sweaters, shirts and pants. I have plenty of those for the stay at home days. I live alone so no one is complaining about them other than my own vanity.
post #47 of 63


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post #48 of 63
khakis, cords, t-shirts, the occasional sweater. Usually sit around in my boxers after dinner. Always barefoot whenever home. By the door are a pair of Okabashi slippers for walking to the mailbox. And I wear one of these whenever I'm cooking. Ruined too many garments by spilling food on them... An apron is great!
post #49 of 63
Jeans, flannel/thermal/vneck, and boots. Pajamas? Sweatpants? Turtleneck? Seriously, Dudes? What exactly do you do when you are home, read? Home = work on car, tune bike, cook, build/fix crap for the girl, split wood...
post #50 of 63
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Pajamas? Sweatpants? Turtleneck? Seriously, Dudes? What exactly do you do when you are home, read?

You say that like reading is a bad thing?
post #51 of 63
Boxer shorts and jumpers to scare my mother-in-law...
post #52 of 63
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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum View Post
You say that like reading is a bad thing?

Nah, but with so much talk of pj's and silk slippers, I couldn't really think of anything else that could be accomplished.
post #53 of 63
Khakis (in various colors) and either a t-shirt or button down shirt. I have one pair of jeans but am wearing them less and less. For shoes, either cordovans or suede laceups. I tend to use sneakers only when going to the gym/doing something outdoorsy like hiking.
post #54 of 63
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Nah, but with so much talk of pj's and silk slippers, I couldn't really think of anything else that could be accomplished.

Cashmere slippers.

When i'm working in the garage i'm wearing a flannel shirt, RRL jeans and work boots.
post #55 of 63
I take off my jacket and sometimes change into a pair of jeans. But the OCBD, sweater, and usually my tie stay on until I take a shower. And after that, I wear as little as possible. Maybe cotton pajamas and a long-underwear shirt (I'm not sure what to call that, actually)
post #56 of 63
Why bother dress in anything at home? Have a taste of what freedom really is like.
post #57 of 63
Muji pj's and whatever socks I plan on wearing the next day. I am a night showerer.
post #58 of 63
After work I usually don't bother taking my suit and stuff off until I go to bed.... otherwise track suits/ t-shirt.
post #59 of 63
Today im dressed in a jumpsuit from Comme des Garçons, and actually a pair of UGG slippers
post #60 of 63
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Originally Posted by Chouse View Post
After work I usually don't bother taking my suit and stuff off until I go to bed.... otherwise track suits/ t-shirt.

Sometimes I do this too, however I hang up my trousers and stay in my underwear so the crease stays nice on my trousers. Like the Maestro from Seinfeld.
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