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What Do You Wear At Home?

AdamInSF

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I mostly wear some combination of polo/sport shirt/t-shirt, chinos/jeans/cords, with a full-zip sweater if it's cooler. I work at home nearly all of the time, but if I've gone to the remote office, I don't change when I return home (chinos/slacks, dress shirt, sweater/odd jacket), except to remove jacket & shoes. On my feet are chelsea boots if I think I'm going outside soon, or suede house slippers. dclloyd, I'm impressed/frightened that you put on a suit to work from home. Can people please stop posting pics of the Snuggie? If my wife sees more photos of them, she is likely to want one
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X-It

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- Slippers

- Socks

- Nightshirt + Shorts

or

- Babydoll with matching G-String

- Robes

Man! I Feel Like A Woman!
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Wes Bourne

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Originally Posted by X-It
- Babydoll with matching G-String

Man! I Feel Like A Woman!
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Assuming you're an attractive woman...Um, pics?!
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emmanuel

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Originally Posted by gazman70k
The help is only as good as the master. Was she taking the initiative or did you not communicate properly to her? You have poor maid communication and training skills. And for that, you deserve every garment destroyed by her.
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emmanuel

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Originally Posted by mr monty
No one is going to admit to wearing Crocs?
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not croc but I just bought some ostrich slippers in my attempt to take my apearance more seriously around the house like I promised I would
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Ich_Dien

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Mainly cycling gear. There really is nothing more comfortable than lycra cycling shorts around the house! Teamed usually with a sweatshirt or t-shirt, or a cycling jersey. Then running socks for comfort. This is of course if I'm not planning on going out for a while.
 

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Earnest Sewn jeans, black tee, black half-zip sweater, black monks.
 

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RLPL thong. Being an ardent SF-ers, I bought it pre-owned, of course.
 

Hanseat

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Really, why would you feel the need to change once you go through the door of your own home?
Your outside clothes should be comfortable enough that you don't feel you need to change once past the doorstep...

When I'm in a suit I'll remove my jacket and tie, that's it. When I'm dressed more casually (I'm as studnet mind you), I'll wear jeans, cords or khakis all of which are plenty comfortable... that together with a shirt and sweater and I'm good to go... even at home.

I'll admit though that there are days when I don't get out of my pajamas but at least I don't change into gym shorts...

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JayJay

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Originally Posted by Hanseat
Really, why would you feel the need to change once you go through the door of your own home?
My work and dress clothing is comfortable but I don't want to play with the dog, take care of chores, and lounge around in my good clothing.
 

itmfl2046

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Also changing when home from work helps delineate the work/life bounderies. Fine when you're a student but when you're putting in 10-12 hours days in suits you'll want a specific, visible break. Plus who lounges on the sofa playing Xbox in suit trousers? I usually swap suit for chinos + shirt when I get home, depending on the weather. Jeans I tend to leave for the weekend, just depends. Dressing gowns, thankfully, don't appear on my radar
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