I wear T-shirts only as pajamas when I sleep.
I don’t think it suits you, I think it’s rude to the customer.
He has a round neck and is embarrassed to meet people.
I mean, I’m always formal.
It’s making me feel better.
A constant battlefield.
Without a collar, you may not be able to wear a tie.
When I works from home, I wear pajamas all day long, but when I shows up at an online meeting, I wear a white shirt and tie.
It’s a business custom, and I think it’s rude to the staff.
My father always wore a tie even when he was in a white coat.
All physicians in those days were like that.
Young surgeons wear surgical gowns under their white coats.
My father wore a jacket and string tie even on holiday family drives.
Come to think of it, I haven’t seen string ties lately.
It must be old and lame.
I think Wyatt Earp’s string tie in westerns is fashionable.
In Japan, string ties were a uniform for girls’ high schools.
This is also a mystery of history, and I think it is only in Japan.
For men, Steven Jobs in a T-shirt.
There are also young IT managers in Roppongi and Shibuya who imitated him.
But it’s embarrassing and unsuitable for me, an old man from Ginza.
Because wearing a brand necktie I bought in Ginza is my only fashion.
The history of fashion in the world is changing from formal to casual.
The sportswear used to play polo in the past has gradually become casual wear.
The same goes for golf polo shirts being worn on a regular basis.
I don’t want to move my body.
I want to sit on the sofa.
With brandy or coffee, if possible.
I only wears formal clothes and prefers three-pieces.
In other words, in a waistcoat.
It has many pockets.
I like suits because I don’t have a bag and want to put everything in my pocket.
Eventually, this hand will also have to hold a stick.
Dreaming of wielding a cane in style and knocking out a thug’s knife.
Like the Bat Masterson I saw on TV when I was a kid.
The problem is that grooming in the morning and evening takes time.
Is it the same as women’s make-up?
The shoulder bag also looks stiff.
It gets in the way when closing the safety belt of the car.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been pulling bills out of my pocket with a money clip.
Nonchalantly, he pulled out a pocket knife from his waistcoat pocket and opened the envelope.
The jacket of the suit also has a small pocket for coins.
It’s called a changing pocket, and you put coins in it.
You don’t have to take your wallet out to receive your change.
We are all influenced by movies.
Everyone grew up watching movies.
How to drink, how to smoke, how to wear a hat.
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I fell in love with this when I saw it in a movie theater when I was a teenager.
My admiration was not Yujiro Ishihara (an actor in japan).
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