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Just curious what do you gents wear to the office in the hot and humid summer days? I was drenched in sweat today when I walked to work here in Norther Michigan. I was so embarrassed when I arrived work today, my colleagues thought I was victimized by the sprinklers shog[1].gif I figure most of you drive to work with AC in your cars; I only walk because I live about 10 minutes away from my place of work.
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drive to work. work in AC office. and on days like today, just the walk from car to office was enough to make me wish i had worn shorts and tank top.
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Just curious what do you gents wear to the office in the hot and humid summer days? I was drenched in sweat today when I walked to work here in Norther Michigan. I was so embarrassed when I arrived work today, my colleagues thought I was victimized by the sprinklers shog[1].gif I figure most of you drive to work with AC in your cars; I only walk because I live about 10 minutes away from my place of work.

I live in New York City.  I take the train to work.  The underground stations are super hot.  I also have to walk about five minutes from the train to my job.  It was 91 today.  I know what you mean.  I wear linen and cotton mostly.  Good luck.  

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Pretty standard wet Monday


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Pretty standard wet Monday


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Beautiful shoes!

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Pretty standard wet Monday

"wet" means rain?
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You know I generally endorse your style, ss, but belt buckle peeking out below the vest is a mortal sin.
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Wet as in a monsoon of rain, I'm going to trade in my car for a boat soon.

Sugar - My britches must have slid down a little while running around. Usually the buckle doesn't show, forgive my sin.
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SS, how about some suspenders. Since they will hide under your waistcoat, they could even be clip-on if your trousers don't have buttons.

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Casual walk through new york with the gf :D

 

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How to walk with a stick:



This is the right position



It will give your stick a better swing and balance

You are making this up right. Considering the stick or cane was a follow on from the sword and in many cases contained on to later being a faithful companion when one had gout, I find this very hard to believe. Many canes have Pistol grips. Sorry Hal I just find that strange.
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Here's one from a few days ago (I'm on the right) - please excuse the askew vest and shirt collar, I had just put my jacket back on to take the picture.

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Twistoffat, you may be right historicly, but if you make emperic studies and walk with the stick like a real gentleman you´ll find that the "swing" is better if you hold the handle the "wrong" way. Try to walk with an umbrella. It works even better.

 

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Twistoffat, you may be right historicly, but if you make emperic studies and walk with the stick like a real gentleman you´ll find that the "swing" is better if you hold the handle the "wrong" way. Try to walk with an umbrella. It works even better.


Hal , my father and his friends are real gentlemen and none of them walk or walked like that. They had canes as walking aids and not as fashion items. I myself had one with a folding seat as a handle but its ergonomics were different from yours. That said try walking like that on a busy street and see how long it takes to spear someone. Sorry Hal, I understand what you mean by it being comfortable to carry that way but a waking stick is that, a walking stick and not a carrying stick.
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shoes seem a little out of place...maybe its just me, but with the entire suit being and style being unanimously blue, the shoes are a little loud/random...for me at least

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Here's one from a few days ago (I'm on the right) - please excuse the askew vest and shirt collar, I had just put my jacket back on to take the picture.

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