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Joined
Feb 7, 2019
Location
Darwin
generally don’t like looking like a billboard for brand anyway.
I'm guilty of wearing brand names not because I want to advertise but because they fit good and are usually superior quality.
Most of my shirts are Pierre Cardin because the Mother In-law (bless her soul) gave me one that fitted so well it made a lasting impression and became my go to dress shirt, and I hate the name on pocket but bear it for the fit and feel. Most of my shirts are cheaper than you get from KMart, BigW etc: The boys at work started ribbing me for not participating in floral Fridays so had to get a few paisley shirts but nothing as colourful as @Ebonysw45 (Austin Powers eat your heart out (y)).

Office: Iron Free Long Sleeve Cotton Shirt and Black Golf Pants
Home and Bunnings: whatever shorts and polo are on top of the pile
Shopping with SWMBO don a decent pair of shorts and short sleeve shirt

The tweed waistcoat, tie and beret are reserved for special charity rides
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2018
Location
SYDNEY
I'm guilty of wearing brand names not because I want to advertise but because they fit good and are usually superior quality.
Most of my shirts are Pierre Cardin because the Mother In-law (bless her soul) gave me one that fitted so well it made a lasting impression and became my go to dress shirt, and I hate the name on pocket but bear it for the fit and feel. Most of my shirts are cheaper than you get from KMart, BigW etc: The boys at work started ribbing me for not participating in floral Fridays so had to get a few paisley shirts but nothing as colourful as @Ebonysw45 (Austin Powers eat your heart out (y)).

Office: Iron Free Long Sleeve Cotton Shirt and Black Golf Pants
Home and Bunnings: whatever shorts and polo are on top of the pile
Shopping with SWMBO don a decent pair of shorts and short sleeve shirt

The tweed waistcoat, tie and beret are reserved for special charity rides
It's harder in hot climates. I keep back cotton, linen and Pananma hats for those. The sold as Crimson velvet jacket is only for cold climates. I’m happy to call it Rose Pink, and It's a bespoke make from Germany which is pretty heavy.
 

Gargravarr

Our resident snake charmer
Joined
Jun 13, 2020
Location
Tasmania
At home, mostly flannel shirts, track pants with gaiters and wellies outdoors, or woolly slippers indoors.

Away from home, depending on the weather, T-shirt under a Thompson & Goodwell heavy sailing shirt and jeans, deck shoes/hiking boots/handmade brogues. One of many trilby hats.

Shirts are very much limited by what will fit. I spent years working as a blacksmith earlier in my life, and my shoulders are somewhat disproportionate to the rest of my build, so I have a tendency to split shirts at the back.
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2018
Location
SYDNEY
At home, mostly flannel shirts, track pants with gaiters and wellies outdoors, or woolly slippers indoors.

Away from home, depending on the weather, T-shirt under a Thompson & Goodwell heavy sailing shirt and jeans, deck shoes/hiking boots/handmade brogues. One of many trilby hats.

Shirts are very much limited by what will fit. I spent years working as a blacksmith earlier in my life, and my shoulders are somewhat disproportionate to the rest of my build, so I have a tendency to split shirts at the back.
Ah there is a man in snake country. I tend only to wear them in summer or In Tasmania/NZ for winter hiking.
 

Gargravarr

Our resident snake charmer
Joined
Jun 13, 2020
Location
Tasmania
Ah there is a man in snake country. I tend only to wear them in summer or In Tasmania/NZ for winter hiking.
True, the wellies have saved me from being nipped a couple of times now. But I mostly wear them because it gets so damn wet and muddy. The gaiters are mostly for keeping crap from the chainsaws out of the boots, but they also help with the leeches. BTW, my recommendation for the most comfortable wellies: Otway.
 
Joined
Nov 1, 2018
Location
SYDNEY
True, the wellies have saved me from being nipped a couple of times now. But I mostly wear them because it gets so damn wet and muddy. The gaiters are mostly for keeping crap from the chainsaws out of the boots, but they also help with the leeches. BTW, my recommendation for the most comfortable wellies: Otway.
I meant the gaiters. I wear mine for snakes in summer and mud/leeches in wet areas/winter. Fancy gumboots.
 
Joined
Nov 26, 2019
Location
Cat Pig Swamp
How many of you guys would consider yourself to be T shirt and jeans kinda guys.
I’m not a fashionable guy by any stretch, generally it’s sedated, brandless t shirts and vertx pants, very functional and easy to move around in.
I kinda subscribe to the Greyman idea of dressing and generally don’t like looking like a billboard for brand anyway.
Jeans shorts and T shirt when it's warm, jeans and T shirt when it's cold, no hat, watch, chains, rings, and I cut my hair with trimmers with no guard, and I wear glasses.
 
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