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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Allen, Feb 21, 2011.
I've always been curious: how does the SFer dress while in the comfort of his home?
Comfy stuff - sweats, etc. I work hard all week long and need to look nice - but when I am home it's my time to chill and relax and so I do.
I replace my jacket with a flannel wool robe and my shoes with cashmere slippers. If it's chilly enough I'll replace my dress socks with cashmere cable knits socks.
Suffice to say I keep the place at a pretty low temp.
I'm a nudist.
Naked except for the soft cashmere touch of my 3 Phillipino maids
usually just comfy stuff...sweatpants, t-shirt, and either a hoodie or a cashmere cardigan that i accidentally bought in a size too big.
Usually khakis, button down shirt, casual shoes, perhaps a sweater in the cooler months.
When I get up I wear Morning Dress unless my morning coat is at the cleaners,in which case I wear a Stroller.I wear this until very late afternoon when I change into a dinner jacket,and around 8 pm or so I switch to a smoking jacket.If I'm having guests for dinner I change into White Tie instead of the dinner jacket.
Relaxed as possible. Currently I am waering Jeans and a Tee RL sneakers and a Zipfront sweater
Tee shirt, Nautica zippered pull-over, sweats, white Jockey socks and, Sperrys.
This is disappointing from this crowd.
As much cashmere as possible in one outfit.
I dress like Hugh Hefner.
Roots sweatpants and tees I don't care about, as long as I don't have guests over.
In winter I lounge about in my 16-ply cashmere BBBF belted cardigan because it's comfy and it's too long for me to wear it out in public (except underneath topcoats when it's cold out to improve insulation)
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