Originally Posted By ED_P:
I've seen that film before.
Funny how everyone used to wear hats. I wonder when that became a non-requiremetn for getting dressed.
Not just hats but men used to wear a shirt with a collar and a tie. Men used to not wear any kind of headwear indoors either, like the ought.
A baseball cap isn't a real hat by the way. Much the same as a tennis shirt (otherwise known as a polo) isn't a dress shirt. At least they have a collar....
Today's men might as well be going out in their undergarments.
Most of the time they really are showing....
I remember the days when I was a tool that wore rock and roll t-shirts (or print shirts in general. I never wore Ed hardy, but those are even more as douche worthy) and jeans or cargo jorts every day, rarely shaved, and was "an cool rebel against society" What a terrible time in my life.
Business casual is a minimum.