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Thread: How do you dress for guild meetings?

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    I don't even own a pair of jeans, but I do wear slacks and some times a sweatshirt or heavy sweater as the church is not always as warm as I like, in the summer I wear capri's and casual shirt with sandals. In winter its sneaks. We all wear what is comfortable.

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    I'm retired, too, but when I say I have to change before going anywhere - it's change from PJs to real clothes - jeans, tees and sneakers. I do love being retired!

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    jeans & hawaiian shirt. I have been known to show up wearing my slippers.

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    LOL, we have ladies dressed up and dressed down at our meetings. I don't think it really matters as long as you are comfortable.
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    "The Walmart"?????? Do you mean Wally World? I remember my mother dressing up to go downtown - white gloves and all. I never cared to dress up. It itched due to all the starch.

    As long as it's clean and I can't get busted for indecent exposure (I have jeans that are almost all patch by now - could find a new hole at any time) I'll wear it. Chacos, Tevas, and Keen sneakers.

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    I wear whatever not in the laundry hamper or the washing machine. I save the dry clean long formal wear for church
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    I'd ask someone in the group what is their practice. They sound like nice ladies and don't care what you wear. Since I'm retired, I wear what is clean and fits. Keep meaning to start ironing my stuff, but too many things get in the way.

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    It may rub off on me to gussy up a little, I was getting rather lax in that department and really didn't think about it until being around them.

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    I don't go to a guild meeting...but....if I did, my "uniform" would be the same thing it's been for the last six years since I retired: jeans, T-shirt or sweatshirt and nice (read expensive) "sneakers"....in my mind, if they were good enough for Italy, they're good enough for here at home!
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    Jeans & a tshirt with sneakers for me and everyone in our guild

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