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    Posted: 03 Oct 2019 at 1:17am
So, now, untucked dress shirts is now socially acceptable.


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1.) Feel free to QUOTE me to see how to handle YOUTUBE (you just need what follows 'v='). Correcting it will also get rid of the prompt to 'save as'...
2.) YOUR format is CORRECT if you are picking up an advertisement from ISPOT, rather than YOUTUBE (but consider copying the address to NOTEPAD or WORDPAD first, then to your post. This will keep it from appearing as a hyperlink).

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3.) The shirt bottom is flat, so it is meant to be worn 'untucked'. Me? that was habit MANY YEARS ago, but with shirt tails. I would wear a nice un-buttoned (never buttoned up), un-tucked shirt over a t-shirt. I see nothing in these folks style. I still do this in the winter months when up north. I actually am picky about my un-tucked styles.

Originally posted by Dunestrider Dunestrider wrote:

So, now, untucked dress shirts is now socially acceptable.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jimbo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Oct 2019 at 4:53am
Just wear a knitted polo style shirt if you don't want to tuck your shirt in.

That's what I always did.

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I don't like 'knitted' ~or~ 'crocheted'!
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I have 5 or 6 white Polo/Golf shirts. It's a cotton blend, very cool and comfortable! If you like to go out to eat, some places require a shirt with a collar.

None of you bums in a T-shirt are allowed inside! Which is what I wear everyday.


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I can't wear white ANYTHING - it just won't stay that way.


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