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11. Posted by chayisun (Budding Member 163 posts) 8y

When I go jogging I always wear my Lederhosen costume, which includes: A white, collared shirt with red suspenders featuring a traditional Bavarian design.

Lederhosen (shorts) with embroidered Bavarian-style trim and an Alpine-styled feather hat complete this festive ensemble. Yes, And, with my knee high white socks.

I look fabulous!

For shoes I wear a pair of Asics Running shoes....Silver and blue with white laces!

When I'm on the computer..Well, not ON the computer, like, using the computer, I am attired in my Armani jogging suit, mickey mouse beanie....With propeller.....

You should just SEE my golf outfit!!!!

Before I get told to be serious, I apologize for not being serious about what to wear....I usually wear jogging clothes most of the time, at least around the house.

In winter I wear my moose coat when I go check the trap lines. And if you believe any of this.....Well, other than the apology....I can't help myself......I try to not ramble but......I need help.....:(

12. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 8y

Ok Ok lm a clothes horse!!!

G - that was a little keepsake l left behind for you!!

13. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 8y

Quoting spongehead

Yes angela_, I do believe Icelanders dress very well. I can imagine them resplendent in Black throughout, just like the Parisians. By the way, what are some of the more famous brand names from Iceland? I really must visit this land of the midnight sun soon!

Hmmmm.... Icelandic designers.. One of the things I know absolutely nothing about.

  • cue quick Google search*

Júníform

GuSt

Dead

Naked Ape

There are a lot more, but that's just a basic list.

14. Posted by Jase007 (Travel Guru 8870 posts) 8y

mine must be the "street tramp" look as walking down the street this afternoon i had about 200 people ask if i wanted a "very nice tailored suit"

15. Posted by mikeyBoab (Travel Guru 5077 posts) 8y

Quoting Jase007

mine must be the "street tramp" look as walking down the street this afternoon i had about 200 people ask if i wanted a "very nice tailored suit"

My God Jase! You're alive!!!

16. Posted by Purdy (Travel Guru 3546 posts) 8y

Quoting mikeyBoab

Quoting Jase007

mine must be the "street tramp" look as walking down the street this afternoon i had about 200 people ask if i wanted a "very nice tailored suit"

My God Jase! You're alive!!!

Awh Mikey did it send your heart all a flutter???? Looks like hes been living on the street as a hobo and thats why hes been unable to post post, at least thats what lm understanding from his post???

17. Posted by Shamaan (Budding Member 4 posts) 8y

I stick to a t-shirt, athletic or cargo shorts and sandals. If its slightly colder I wear long pants, hiking shoes and long sleeve shirt. Nothing fancy.

18. Posted by Clarabell (Travel Guru 1696 posts) 8y

I like nice clothes and I love having a reason to get dressed up, but I'm not obsessed with it and I'm not keen on spending lots of money on clothes. Recently I've been getting some really nice things from charity shops.

If I'm going to uni or to meet friends or something I tend to wear jeans with a pretty top, maybe chunky jewellery or a nice scarf or something, I prefer to look quite feminine.

Whenever I'm around the house I change into my cosy "slob" clothes, I definitely wouldn't go further than the bins in them- trakkie bottoms or PJs with fleecey top or hoodie etc.

Our winters are relatively mild in Britain so you can still look reasonably stylish, especially if you have some nice boots and a nice coat (I hate my winter coat but I'm stuck with it another year until I have some money)

If the weather turns really crap I will wear my walking trousers and waterproof coat but I prefer to only wear the "practical" look when I need to. And I won't wear sportswear unless I'm actually doing sport- I think wearing sportswear when you're not doing sport is a no1 fashion crime.

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