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    aloha shirts and dockers out here . I miss wearing suits
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    Thanks for the advice. Getting some good information.
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    I wear Dockers, belt and dress shirt, to work, but most of my co-workers wear jeans and T-shirt. It's a dirty industrial environment, so most employees tend not to get dressed up.
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    I have to buy big and tall stuff and I shop at JCPenny's. If you watch for sales you can get some good deals. I like the Van Heusen Shirts & Dress Clothes - JCPenney and the Haggar Pants, Clothing & Shirts for Men - JCPenney
    I'm a 3XLT and Penney's is about the only place I shop Agree on the Van Heusen and Haggar. Their Foundry store brand now has button down shirts as well and are nice.

    And yeah their sales are great if you pay attention... just got a pair of Florsheim slippers that were $110 for $35

    I did the VH and Haggar when we were business casual. Everyone from our CEO down does jeans and a nice button down shirt, unless we are in front of customers or auditors then it is business or business casual depending on the client dress code.

    I typically wear Wrangler carpenter jeans, a nice shirt or shoes/boots. Now that I work from home full time, its jeans/shorts, foundry pocket t's and ball shoes
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    I'm a schlump and hate dressing up for pretty much anything. My current job requires dressy pants and a button down shirt with a tie. I found great quality pants made by 511 Gear. They look dressy, have an elastic waist band, and are fairly comfortable. For shoes, I got a pair of dressy sneakers from New Balance that are dark.
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    Man I work from home so it is shorts or PJ's no shoes and a nice tight fitting t-shirt to show off my fat belly. NO all kidding aside though I usually wear a polo and jeans even at home just to feel like I am actually at work. When I was a dean I had to wear shirt, tie and dress pants every day all day long even at night and on the weekends. Sometimes I even had to suit up for several weeks. It really was expensive to dress like that on a cheap salary.
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    are you Van Heusen fans wearing a tie too? I also need either XLT or XXLT, and I find a hard time finding the shirts with sleeves for my monkey arms. I might check out these VH shirts, but dont want it to rub my neck raw
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    I used to wear nice clothes to work. I don't do it anymore as my workplace can be very dirty at times. From wine/grape juice to tons of dirt and dust. Now, it's t-shirt and jeans, which is appropriate for the area. When I go to the corporate offices, it's jeans and a polo. I have worn a nice suit before, though. Just for "casual Friday". I didn't want it to go to waste.

    If I were in a strict office environment, I'd have a different style. A nice pair of slacks, nice shoes (I like shoes), nice button up shirt, and maybe a tie. I really enjoy dressing up. It gives me more confidence and I'm more outgoing.

    I do like the casual aspect of the job, too, though. I can always be comfortable... I even got to bring in my puppy once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike-Mike View Post
    are you Van Heusen fans wearing a tie too? I also need either XLT or XXLT, and I find a hard time finding the shirts with sleeves for my monkey arms. I might check out these VH shirts, but dont want it to rub my neck raw
    VH makes several different materials and weights of shirts, I have been wearing them since the early 90s... as far as the nooses go, only under extreme duress I always wear a real tie and not a clip, that way you can leave the top button undone... really dont need to with VHs but...

    Also, check out JCPs store brand Foundry shirts... not all as dressy as the VHs, but are great for days you dont have to have a tie on, maybe even then...
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    Usually slacks and a button up for me to work with a black belt and black shoes. Properly fit (so not baggy)
    It isnt required but I always been told dress how I want to be seen and I am not overdoing it. Just makes me feel good and look nice.

    Polos during the summer if hot as dickens out.
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    If you want a break from black dress shoes while wearing slacks, try canvas dress shoes.
    Im literally addicted to this brand from spain. Maians. Take a look at their styles. Men - Maians North America

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike-Mike View Post
    are you Van Heusen fans wearing a tie too? I also need either XLT or XXLT, and I find a hard time finding the shirts with sleeves for my monkey arms. I might check out these VH shirts, but dont want it to rub my neck raw
    I don't wear ties for work however, on occasion I do wear one, and haven't had any issues. I will also add the VH and Haggar stuff seem to hold up pretty well.
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    5.11 pants and polo shirt.
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