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Windows 7: Hey guys, let's talk fashion..

24 Dec 2010   #11

Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)

Wear holes in my off-brand jeans, tear off the tags, bleach & shrink them. Then sell 'em to the students as Designer jeans for Big Buck$
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24 Dec 2010   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium

I'm not into fashion. I grew up on a farm, so I learned young that it isn't what's "cool" or "fashionable"'s about comfort.
Everything I wear is comfortable, even if it doesn't look great.
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25 Dec 2010   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1

Like most of you, I am into comfort when I dress. I am 6 ft tall and about 240 lbs. Those stats could be for an Outside Linebacker on alot of NFL teams, but I am not put together quite like they are. I have bulges in places that they don't have places. I used to go clothes shopping and be frustrated at not finding things in my size. About ten years ago, I started shopping on the internet. It is easy, my size is always there and the prices are about the same. Sometimes I can even find free shipping. I usually buy from a place that has a store in my town so that I can return it if there is a problem. It works out great, I highly suggest it.
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25 Dec 2010   #14


Like most others here, i'm a jeans and Tshirt or shirt man.
Don't care about brands, as long as they fit. Must add, i do have a preference for western shirts, hence i do wear Wrangler or Ely type shirts a lot.

Wearing this one now, with black Wrangler jeans. (to match my black Akubra).

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25 Dec 2010   #15

Windows10 Pro - 64Bit vs.10547

looks cool enough to me, spinifex..
guess the old denim jeans and T-shirt is the most prevalent, these days..

in my old 60's days, I used to wear some really crazy outfits - necklaces, armbands, headbands, sandals - loved that crazy paisley stuff, I wore it all the time - silk shirts - even skirts in moments of crazy loon-outs - hippy madness, I guess - but it did look super-cool at the time..

- what do you like to wear nowadays..??
- never mind all that functionality bullshine - what you gonna wear to look good in, guys..

- so, get on down to your favourite internet clothing store and shop around - send in your piccies..
- what you gonna pick up for yourself, to impress the girl (wife), mates, etc..??
- yeah, I know we gotta take age into consideration - us older guys won't be wearing some of these swish catwalk outfits..

- I live out in the country - small town - I'm 60+ 5ft 10ins - slim, 11stone - for what it's worth, so how 'bout tweed, casual etc..
- 'spose the county set round here regard themselves as the height of cool, but I have other notions..
- I'm a city guy at heart and like to get out in the lights occasionally..

ideas, guys - I need inspiration..

sitting here?
currently wearing pale blue and white pin-striped Church shirt, non-descript gold cuff-links - no other "jewelery" apart from Silver/Gold watch bracelet.. straight-leg DenimCo Boot Fit jeans - 'bout half-inch turn-up - waxed Anatomic pigskin lace-up shoes..
- feels OK to wear for messin' around in, but very "ordinary" - you get me..??

- how 'bout something for that night out with the good lady
- say a smooth, quiet restaurant.. low lights - jazz..??
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25 Dec 2010   #16

Windows10 Pro - 64Bit vs.10547

Hey, take a walk on the wild side..!!

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25 Dec 2010   #17

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

This is the kind of jeans I'm talking about. These bad boys are made of 17oz hand woven denim. Made on American and British handlooms they bought of us a century ago.
They are so stiff and heavy it reminds me of my first pair of Levi's in the 60s.

Like you BM I went through many fashion stages. I was a sort of mod on the tail end of that, then grew my hair and wore platform soles and loon pants with kaftans and beads etc.
I was a wee bit too old for punk and I certainly didn't go for the rather silly bondage trouser look. Piercings aren't good on a social worker and I was thinning so a mohican was out.
However there was a thread to punk fashion that harked back to mods so I went that way. Smart jackets with pencil thin knitted ties and my beloved jeans.

I'm pretty much wearing that look still at 56. Right now I'm wearing a sort of orange/terracotta canvas shirt (that I've had for years)over a pale blue fruit of the loom t shirt, some Edwin's Selvage jeans (14oz) and some Fly suede boots.

The good thing about traditional cut jeans is that there basically a work garment and consequently very comfortable.

If you want more on the jeans look here: Rakuten - World War Zero S3000VX-model-SAMURAIJEANS (Samurai jeans) denim jeans smtb-tk [Popular]

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25 Dec 2010   #18

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

Oh and for a special night out, say to a restaurant etc. I don't think you can beat a dark suit and tie and some black oxford shoes. The only problem I have is with ties.
Most ties these days are too broad for my taste.
What I've done is scour the charity shops and I now have a selection of thin ties, some with regular ends and others with square cut ends.:)
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25 Dec 2010   #19
Joan Archer

Windows 10 64bit/Windows 10 64bit/Windows 10 64bit

Well I'll chime in here and say it's not what's on the outside that impresses us but what sort of a person you are on the inside

Sorry but all that strutting about trying to look something you're not certainly wouldn't turn me on.
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26 Dec 2010   #20

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9

Cargo pants and a (dark) t-shirt year round. I just change between cargo pants and cargo shorts when it gets cold or warm. Jacket when necessary.

Comfort and functionality > fashion.

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