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What Do You Wear At Home?

nootje

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same as outside without the shoes, if in a suit the tie goes off..
 

orthofrancis

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Shirts - some sort of Fred Perry type of shirt(knit or short sleeve button up ), occasionally a T shirt. In the winter usually a sweater.

Pants - Khakis/cargos/cords, or even jeans at home. Shorts reserved for fricken hot nights.

Feet - I can not stand to wear shoes inside the house, so it's either bare, or socks in the winter.

Work clothes are removed immediately upon entering home - literally make a bee-line for my closet, with the exception of giving a smooch to my wife. Shoes get tree'd, jacket/pants hung, tie rolled, etc. During cooler months i'll leave my dress shirt on, unbuttoned, as I do not like to generate extra laundry.

I really do like to wear suits, but having a white dog, and a habit for putting things away, just make me divest myself of them to keep the place clean.
 

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