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But last 20 months it's a different world. Home working and not able to office work. Very and quite different.... shame. Must be others?
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However, there now seems to have been a definite shift towards more casual dressing. It’s not helped by how few people are in the office on a given day.
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Join date : 2010-11-19
Location : UK
As a couple, my fiance dresses up to go out for dinner usually once per week. She has gotten a lot better at it and is absolutely stunning when she does. I'm always buying her new outfits which is wonderful.
I've been at work since September and have a job where wearing a suit is not always expected but required occasionally. I've been wearing a suit everyday. People generally seem to miss dressing up even if they do not do so themselves. If anyone questions why Im dressed so formally i usually tell them that I wore sweat pants for a year and a half and don't mind making an effort to look put together now that I've got the chance.
I think it's better to embrace the fact that I simply prefer wearing a shirt and tie. Most people like it, some love it even though they may never say so, and you can't please everyone.
If I am not wearing an immaculate shirt and tie for some reason, I've had people question why that is. It's great when coworkers I don't usually talk to or sometimes bartenders remark that they like that I'm always formally dressed and ask why I'm not that day.
It's always worth it to wear a tie. I regret it if I don't.
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I am a man who enjoys looking at women in shirt and tie and enjoy dressing like that myself. As I don't have a job where I can wear these sorts of clothes, I have to content myself with wearing smart clothes at the occasional special event such as a meal out with my wife. Otherwise, I dress up when my wife is out and have a Twitter account where I post pictures of me in smart clothes. I'd love to wear a suit, shirt and tie for work every day in an environment where everyone else does, too. Maybe I should move to Japan or South Korea. Yes tie wearing is a very strong fetish once acquired. I used to hate wearing a shirt and tie, but somehow that hate or fear morphed into a fetish. I just love the idea, and the reality of wearing a gleaming and crisp white shirt with cufflinks and a properly tied tie, with formal black trousers, but on women, I like to see a formal pencil skirt.cutawaycollar wrote:Good morning gentlemen, like you I am a lover of proper dressing and neckties. Our fetishism is very strong and as you know it is difficult to keep at bay. Some people are lucky and manage to wear a suit and tie every day for work, but sadly not me because of my job. So I ask you, how do you manage to dress in a suit and tie every day? There are those who dress like this even at home, but sometimes I find it disappointing, because I want everyone to see me, how do you live this thing? And in your life as a couple?
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