@kykazaa@RiotDemon i think @CO2 derailed it and I guess I would tell them apart based on if I would wear them in public. Or just wear them at home… but that’s still a very large pool. I’m not against throwing on the stained (but clean) sweat shirt I use to work on the car/do yard work if I’m cold. No one is ever gonna see me.
And sometimes you just wear PJs in public cause fuck it. So. Meh?
@kykazaa Il buono il brutto il cattivo
Well that was fun! Love the movie, though I’m not sure how that is what came up.
Except for a few examples, Giphy seems to have failed you miserably in this thread…
To save energy, I keep the house warmer in summer and cooler in winter. For now it’s still just undershorts, but once the furnace comes on it will be the same plus a heavy robe, or pajamas or warm athletic clothes.
It doesn’t matter what I wear when I’m seeing people; it’s about what I wear when I expect to be seen by people. Out for necessary shopping and errands: unremarkable but comfortable clothes and shoes. At home: same, but possibly grungier depending on what yard work I’m doing. “Dress-up” occasions: the same, because I’m retired and don’t do fancy clothes.
My boyfriend always wears “the uniform” which is a T shirt and boxer shorts. After stealing a couple of pairs of his old shorts, I found some bamboo boxer shorts for women on Amazon that rock. Maybe when it gets colder, I’ll get their capri pants.
if it’s 60F or above, tshirt or tank top & underwear.
if it’s ~50F, add black cotton leggings & ankle socks to above.
cooler, knee socks instead of ankle socks. it has to be really cold for me to wear anything long sleeve. also depends what i’m doing. i run very warm so if i’m up doing anything at all i’ll wear less than if i’m sitting on the couch. but also, the couch has blankets including an electric one so i prefer that vs. long sleeves or thick sweats or whatever. and i never wear shoes or makeup at home.
ETA: i don’t have pajamas. i wear the same tshirts and tank tops & underwear to bed as i would wear during the day. i’m not sure when that happened but, here we are. (long before covid anyhow.)
@Fuzzalini yeah, if it’s august and/or i’ve cooked anything messy for dinner i’ll put on a clean tank top but otherwise it feels like a waste of a shirt since i’m going to put on something fresh after i shower anyway. (and clothing conservation is esp important to me as i have to go to a laundromat to do laundry.)
I can go without seeing people for at least a week and video conferencing is not a requirement for work, so my wardrobe in a word would be “sparse”. It’s a good thing in my view as laundry, water, gas and vehicle costs have dropped to pre-college levels. Electricity and online charges however, have been stubbornly bucking the trend for some unknown reason. I’ve been meaning to give the power company and bank a call to double check their records.
I have slightly enough respect for myself to usually wear boxers or shorts. As it gets colder shirts/sweat shirts/pants are added. Which is sightly weird cause the basement doesn’t change temp that much…