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I'm assuming this was previously the just deleted post referring to wearing sweat pants?
If not, the best reason to wear pants or something, is to avoid getting arrested for nudity or put in the wacky ward. I don't do dresses since i'm not a crossdresser or other sort of sexuality other than straight. But whatever floats your boat I guess.
I often do sweat pants too. They're comfortable and economical. On the levi site the price runs generally $70-100 dollars a pair. Then there's those designer jeans for people who have too much money. They even sell worn out Levi stuff with holes in them for those prices.
I don't have many social or business obligations that require much else than sweat pants. If you live in a northern climate, sweat pants are warm too. But, as soon as a thing becomes trendy or whatever, the prices go up.
Young folk around here wear their PJ's when out and about or those oversized gym trunks even in sub-freezing temps...Brrrr.
Remember "Leisure suits"? ha ha. One-piece glorified cringe-worthy coveralls. That's one piece of clothing that I could never get into.
I've never been or had a need to be a suit and tie guy. But some peeps look good in that apparel so whatever. Definitely not a fashion monger or style trendsetter here.
Usually, a pair of jeans to go shopping or whatever but sweat pants are practical stay-at-home Pandemic wear.
I'd suggest more suitable clothes like if you have to go to funerals and such since many have passed from you know what. I get dressed, put on my leather biker jacket, put on my dutch made N-99 mask, and make an appearance at the funeral just to be respectful if I go at all. I don't stay because I'm not up for all that religious drivel that is usually part of the whole process.
I am, indeed, wearing sweat pants. I created a new post because I thought my post needed a snappier header.
I've seen pjs out and about on occasion, but the worst thing I have ever seen (and I have seen this more than once, mind you) is a lady at Starbucks wearing a literal towel on her head. That's right. Fresh out of the shower, wet hair, towel on head. That is some casual wear.
Mr. Monster has been coveting these sweat pants, but has thus far been too lazy to order them:
Back in the day, a lady would at least put her hair in curlers and then put on a nice scarf over the curlers whilst she did her shopping, but back then, she made her coffee at home, and didn't have to rush out, first thing, for emergency coffee.
I didn't go to my aunt's funeral. She passed from you know what. But it was available for viewing on the FB, and darned, wouldn't you know it, almost nobody wore a mask there. Guess they hadn't heard about the deadly virus.
I'm wearing leopard sweatpants. Going formal with a bra and t