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I had to live in Bakersfield California for two years and it was about the same temperature On the other hand, if you can manage it, I think that long, white, cotton drawstring trousers Men could top them off with a breathable rayon or cotton or silk or? Aloha shirt or bowling-ish-style shirt. Women could wear a cotton or silk oversized boho tunic. See Johnny Was tops for ideas. Look for something less expensive or make your own. However, if you're in the Antipodes, you get to follow your own rules, but I hope you will try to wear a long boho dress or skirt from time to time.
And, I hope the guys will wear something other than shorts whenever you girls can nag them into putting on long pants.
I know your men are sexy hunks, but they might also be sexy hunks in "big boy" trousers and jeans. To me, it almost sounds scary to wear shorts and sandals in certain parts of Australia.
You have all those freaky little critters that bite and sting. Don't you have to wear snake stomper boots like cowboy boots or something to keep safe? Wouldn't you want to cover your legs to keep those little monsters away? Well, I've never lived in Australia. Maybe, you get to do everything just the opposite of the rest of the world. Tina ps Guys and dolls in NZ New Zealand is not as hot. Try to ditch the shorts from time to time.
However, I won't say a word to you or your neighbors in OZ. People down under are the nicest friendliest people I've ever met. Do your own thing. He might get away with it in the privacy of his own bedroom In summer time, properly fitting Fitted shorts that compliment his skin tone are acceptable, if it is to warm for jeans. Jeans are acceptable year round for most occasions and look great with most dress shirts.
Try a blazer over it, if it is cooler out. I never thought of "lazy gigolo" but I think you're right. I can totally see some guy with gold chains and drawstring pants hanging around the beaches of Italy. I'll never be able to get that image out of my mind Usually, when I think of beachy drawstring pants for men, I conjure up images of hippie guys who cover the drawstrings with Kurta tunics. But, you may have never seen hippies in the Midwest. I assure you they aren't gigolos.
Well, maybe they are. I guess I've spent too much time around hippie dudes in the deserts of California and the beaches of Hawaii.
But, gauzy beach pants don't bother me. I suppose it depends on the place and the occasion. Of course, I expect the drawstring to be covered unless the guy is Yanni. It's more of a new-agey look. Too much time in San Francisco in my youth You, of course, are into a much more tailored look.
If you wore drawstring pants, you would look like you were in your PJs. People would slow down and yell at you to go back to bed. I'm sure you look much better in shorts and tailored stuff. I agree about colored shorts. I think you sound like you know your environment well. I will give you a dispensation for wearing shorts when in a casual environment You can wear shorts in Germany and act like a tourist if you want. However, I'm a former hippie.
Buff, I'll let you wear shorts in Southern California if you want. People there have no taste, anyway, so who cares. You have adopted the standard shorts look of the Midwest. I once dated a guy with that look but he turned out to be slightly psycho. I'm sure you're not. I suppose you look fine. I still hope you will consider some kind of long pants for most occasions.
Be a role model for hip, classic taste. Our country thanks you. I mean something like linen. If you're tailored, get linen with a crease and with a regular waistband.
If linen is too wrinkly for you, get a blend or something that looks like linen If you can't do that I'm just giving my opinion and trying to help. I'd rather argue politics which can be fun than talk about different types of linen All I know is You may be the exception, but this article is for most guys. And, if you think you're the exception to the rule, you might want to think again.
I know it's because I come from a European family. I can't help it. Shorts are for young boys. Try imagining Churchill or Hitler in shorts I think many of the true basics were not covered in this article. An iron even makes cargo shorts look good. I live in the hot South. I have a drawer full of cargo shorts and they aren't going anywhere. I can carry my wallet, car keys, and smart phone. And I don't have to sit on any of them. I agree with the comments about shoes, however. A nice pair of deck shoes works wonders for most casual outfits.
I don't like hats I'll wear one while hiking or working in the yard but it's to protect my bald spot. I agree with most of what you say. You are correct on 1, 2, the deck shoes, not 3, but you missed the boat on hats. I'm not in love with cargo shorts. They may be practical but I don't think they are flattering or stylish on most men. Tall, young gorgeous guys look good in them but what don't they look good in? You're in the South and I don't know much about the South so you can wear whatever you want.
You will anyway, so I'm not going to challenge you on the cargo shorts. However, I will challenge you on the hat issue. I have thin, stringy hair and I have to protect my pasty white face from the sun, so I wear a hat everywhere. OK, probably not the ears, but almost everything else is a handsome, elegant look on a man.
And, a baseball cap is good in certain situations. Actually, my stepson just walked in wearing a baseball cap and he looks good in it, but his dad It's an age-related, location-driven issue. You're telling me that Indiana Jones looks bad in a fedora? What about Johnny Depp? You just haven't found the right hat. I think there's a groovy Panama out there with your name on it Google men's hipster style hats and get more ideas. I was in Memphis once for a blues festival.
I am not an expert on Southern dress codes Well, I hope you'll reconsider because if you don't, I'm sure Humphrey Bogart will kick your ass someday in heaven for saying that hats are not acceptable for men. No, sunburn and ensuing skin cancer is never an acceptable fashion statement. People need to really protect their scalps from the sun. Have you ever had sunburn on your scalp after all? Not a pleasant experience. I give passes to hat wearers. Just try to find a fashionable one so you arent a grown person walking around in Mickey Mouse ears at Disney..
Disney mouse ears are probably fine at a theme park if you MUST , but they don't do much to protect your nose from skin cancer. Here's my original article about sunhats, written years ago: It's written for women, but much of it probably applies to men. I don't have time to go through ALL of my hat articles right now, because I've written quite a few. I think any men that have good legs should wear shorts. I think its actually a shame that men don't wear them more.
Or that they listen to these "rules". Wear what you want. No one is clueless about style, really. Thats why we know when its time to wear mom jeans after wearing low rise skinny jeans for far too long.
Thats why we know that cropped shorts are no longer the same thing that they were in the 80's. I am not a baby boomer, but I feel that people make a big mistake thinking that these style rules are a help. I'm not a FashionNazi who forces anyone to follow my suggestions. I think shorts look good on young hipsters.
I think shorts look good on men on bicycles. I also think shorts look good in certain situations on certain people men or women who have a knack for putting outfits together in unique, creative ways You may change your mind about shorts.
If a guy is young and buff, he can do no wrong. The problem is that young, buff guys get older and fatter Do you really want to see your grandfather walking around the city in shorts?
I guess it depends on what one considers young and buff. At fifty, I am not "Young. I have won "Hot legs" contest previously, and my wife loves seeing them in shorts. I live in shorts about four months a year. To incorporate sharper style lines, I incorporate shorts tailored from dress trousers, with a length that falls to the middle of my knee; too high and they are sporty, and too long they are hipster. Invest in quality tailoring, and anything can work.
Say what you want, but if they did not work well, my teenage daughter would not hesitate to point it out, trust me on that: I'm sure you look good in shorts, but I still don't think shorts are right for most places I guess I like the classic looks worn by Brits. I'm not crazy about the tee-and-shorts look of Americans However, if you're going to wear shorts, yours sound like the right ones.
And, I'm certainly not going to point and laugh You sound like you know what you're doing, but it's up to you. And, it probably depends on where you live. On the other hand, fat ugly men will see you and tell themselves they can wear shorts, too. Give it some thought. Be a good role model whenever you can muster the strength to wear long pants. Talking about beards, they can be pulled off, suffice you trim, but mainly by shaving your front neck you make a difference in terms of definition, note that I'm not including the underchin with that, just the Adam apple up to your clavicles, do all of it if needed, don't leave tuft of stray hair, I'd say.
About the shorts, you know, I think the taylored kind, just above or below the knees, can be quite elegant and classy in summer, even if you're a bit on the "curvy" side: Don't be hard on your husband, he doesn't seems to look bad for 70 even in that photo, which you said it's a quite unflattering one also ;.
As you noted, untucked shirts are more flattering when one is on the heavier set. You said you didn't get him to wear sandals with shorts, true, but at least he got to lose the socks, is it correct?
But was that uncomfy for him at first? Thank you, Tina Christina, for speaking my mind. After 44 years in Canada, I never grew accustomed to the looks of silly looking men in shorts and baseball caps. Additionally, it seems to me that with the lack of sense for elegance there is a screaming lack of sense for chivalry and romance. I am so glad you said you are dismayed by men wearing shorts and baseball caps, because I was beginning to think I was losing it.
It seems as if no one agrees with me enough to put it in writing. If I see another guy over 40 in a baseball cap, I'll probably go postal. What team does he think he's on? I nag my husband whenever he puts on a baseball cap. Don't those men know that a baseball cap is the male equivalent of a year-old woman wearing a micro mini. That baseball cap just makes you look like a dork. Get a British driving cap or wear an Indiana Jones fedora or put a tablecloth on your head like Yasser Arafat.
Or, shave your head. Or wear a gangland beanie. As for the shorts The lack of chivalry and romance is I could write a book about that, too. What is wrong with these men? Most North American men and women don't understand that shorts and baseball caps may be fine for the farm or the beach, but they are inappropriate and silly looking in the city or at the shopping mall or the dentist's office or the grocery store.
My husband isn't bad looking. However, my last husbands were more into fashion than I was. I'm not quite sure where to go to dress a man And, I like beards. I talked my husband into trying to grow one, but he can't.
He says he never could. Yeah, that's what I meant ;. No need to go to Milano. For a journey, great, just for the fashion, not worth it: But I got what you mean't, the pleasure of dressing a man, give tips and having him interested!
You could answer the rest of my questions if you feel like it, maybe I could help. He can't phisically grow a beard or he's so unwillingly that his body refuse to grow it more than a few mm? Your suggestions hit home. I have been aware of the shirt thing for a while, but the ball cap jab hurts. It is not so much that it is covering the bald spot, but keeping El Sol out of my eyes. Fedoras and bloke-caps just don't fit my squatty shape.
No, I don't wear the flat-brimmed baseball team cap that is so loved by the clueless something hip-hop-wannabees. I prefer a black, company logo cap that is neither ball cap nor trucker hat. One suggestion from my end Belts should not be exposed except in dress or business casual clothing. Yes, if you suffer from "noassitol", you will need a belt to retain what little dignity you may have, but don't tuck in a t-shirt. I am not an expert in men's fashion. I just know what looks silly, but I'll ask my daughter about the sleeves.
Of course, she will say that you should take the jacket to a tailor If you're like me and you don't have a great tailor on your block, or you're like me and you're too lazy to find one, you might be able to roll up your sleeves Not that I know him.
It sounds like you've tried several styles in order to find something both functional and stylish. You sound like you may be the exception to the rule.
Even if I'm not in love with baseball caps, you get an A for effort and you go to the front of the line. I'm going to try to find a photo that shows good rolled-up sleeves. I'll be back shortly Randy, I found some photos and put them in the article. If you are asking, other guys are wondering silently to themselves:. If you don't have an easy way to have your sleeves altered and you don't have the time or money to get something new at Nordstroms or Macy's where they will do alterations , I would go hipster and roll up the sleeves.
It may not be your best look, I have no idea, but you could play with the different ways to roll up the sleeves with shirt cuffs rolled back, with shirt cuffs left down until you invent your own look.
It might not work for business. If you work in a bank or something like that, you'll need to go to a tailor or a dry cleaner and have the cuffs hemmed up. But, that's for business suits. If you have a good tailor ask around, email a local store , they will know what length to make them. If it's just a jean jacket or something for casual times, I would try rolling the sleeves up.
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