And the funny thing is, even scruffy and caked with mud you look more put together than most of the people I interact with on a daily basis.
I am very familiar with this look.I drag home a pound of dirt on my knees everyday of the garden season. I find that rolling up the bottoms of my pants helps to collect even more dirt...
I'm waiting for a post on the ink. I'd like to see your tattoos and hear about them. I know that some folks in the "trad" community decry them, but I have some ink myself and fully support anyone else that believes tattoos do not pigeon-hole a person into a particular type of dress or lifestyle.
Here is a source for cheap canvas sneakers (you mentioned in other post). I might grab a couple of pairs myself, because $45 chuck taylors are a sin.http://www5.jcpenney.com/jcp/X6.aspx?ItemID=14540ad&ItemTyp=G&GrpTyp=PRD&ShowMenu=T&ShopBy=0&SearchString=joffre+sneaker&RefPage=SearchDepartment.aspx&s4PageSize=15&CmCatId=EXTERNAL|searchdepartment&Search1Prod=True
Dude, you have mad ink.
Love the gardening garb! I'm a big fan of the jeans/converse combo for outdoor labor as well.
I'm a little surprised with the converse--I always assumed (believe?) that outdoor 'work' requires something substantial in the footwear dept. There are a hundred choices here: an old (beat up)pair of Alden's or Thoroughgoods or, at least, some Bean gumshoes. Looking for canvas for a quicker dry-out try "Scout" commando boots.
So I went to the JCP link that Anonymous April 7 provided, and lo and behold, they had my size. Ended up getting the navy. My wife said check online for a coupon, found a 15% coupon, and ended up getting the shoes for under $18, and that's including tax and shipping! Now I just gotta wear them in so the white parts don't gleam so much like a toothpaste commercial.David
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