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    NIX that idea of slacks at the restaurants.
    he can wear a nice pair of shorts and a collared shirt.........like a golf shirt.
    Quote Originally Posted by pbumbaca View Post
    I thought my husband would need some 'dress' pants for the nicer restaurants like Barefoot and Flying Fishbones?

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    Oh that's great news Andrea, for him and me, less ironing!

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    there have been numerous threads about men's apparel at restaurants.
    here is one of the threads
    restaurant attire
    Quote Originally Posted by pbumbaca View Post
    Oh that's great news Andrea, for him and me, less ironing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbumbaca View Post
    I thought my husband would need some 'dress' pants for the nicer restaurants like Barefoot and Flying Fishbones?
    Some people prefer to 'dress' with long pants for dinner. You can still 'dress' in shorts and a nice shirt. I don't bring long pants and never will. Less packing.... cooler me!
    Last edited by cpjones; 08-11-2012 at 08:17 AM. Reason: grammer

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    Welcome and Happy Anniversary. I finally convinced DH to leave home the slacks and most importantly the heavy dress shoes. More room for me

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    my husband keeps a pair of sneakers in our timeshare box, a pair of teva sandals in that box and wears his topsiders. the topsiders are the shoe of choice for most restaurants.
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    Welcome and Happy Anniversary. I finally convinced DH to leave home the slacks and most importantly the heavy dress shoes. More room for me

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    Umm, what are topsiders? My husband works in construction, he owns Teva's, flip flops, sneakers one pair of black dress shoes and a TON of workboots. Guess how much room I have for shoes in the closet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbumbaca View Post
    Umm, what are topsiders? My husband works in construction, he owns Teva's, flip flops, sneakers one pair of black dress shoes and a TON of workboots. Guess how much room I have for shoes in the closet?
    Simply put..... boat shoes... or moccasins. Topsiders are made by Sperry.

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    Oh great, we have a Sperry outlet here that just opened, maybe I'll hit them up today! Thanks for the info CPJones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbumbaca View Post
    Oh great, we have a Sperry outlet here that just opened, maybe I'll hit them up today! Thanks for the info CPJones!
    I wear Topsiders on the plane and good leather flip flops to restaurants and casinos..... It takes days for my feet to get used to shoes and socks when I return from Aruba!

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