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What Do You Wear At Home?

Listi

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Originally Posted by chronoaug
I don't understand people who are wearing jeans, sweaters and boots while in the house. You can't honestly say that lying down on the couch, you wouldn't rather be in some sweats. It takes 30 seconds to put your jeans and button up back on. ****, i'd rather just be in my boxers. The first thing i do every time i get home and i know i'm not going back out for at least an hour or two, is take all the **** i'm wearing off and chill in basketball shorts or boxers. Just as if i was going over to my girlfriend's house to watch a movie, i'd probably be in my lounge clothes, not dressed to the 9s. You guys are crazy.

I can honestly say that I don't own a pair of sweatpants because I don't find them nearly as comfortable as jeans. Although I don't usually put on a pair of pants until I'm going outside. After I'm dressed, no matter what I'm wearing, I don't undress until I go to bed. I think it's my years of elementary private school education spent in uniforms, basically wearing a tie and a jacket NO MATTER WHAT I was doing.
 

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Originally Posted by Listi
I can honestly say that I don't own a pair of sweatpants because I don't find them nearly as comfortable as jeans. Although I don't usually put on a pair of pants until I'm going outside. After I'm dressed, no matter what I'm wearing, I don't undress until I go to bed. I think it's my years of elementary private school education spent in uniforms, basically wearing a tie and a jacket NO MATTER WHAT I was doing.

My fleece sweatpants are miles more comfortable than my jeans. I do wear New Cures, so that could have something to do with it.
 

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Originally Posted by converge
My fleece sweatpants are miles more comfortable than my jeans. I do wear New Cures, so that could have something to do with it.

Not like grifters are very relaxed...
 

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Originally Posted by Dedalus
One day, a zombie apocalypse or natural disaster of epic proportions will occur. This is the moment that I would have thought SW&D people live for, to be impeccably stylish and rugged in times of grave danger. This scenario can happen at any moment without warning, and when it does, you won't have time to change. To you who wear comfort clothes at home, for shame.

Great minds think alike. At least when concerning zombies. These new breeds are some fast sumbitches.

Oh and sweats and all Christian Audigier wares are products of the devils asshole, avoid at all costs.
 

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pre-sf t-shirts / shirts I wouldn't leave the apartment in, boxers, and maybe basketball shorts or cooler/lighter pajama pants. Though this is mostly b/c I can't control the heat in my apartment, so while the wind chill may be 10 outside - its about 85+ F in my apartment... its too warm to wear anything else.
 

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Usually when I'm just lounging around at home I wear some kind of H&M pajama pant and one my Patagonia baselayers as a top, either a crew or half-zip.
 

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