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    I have a feeling this is why I still wear vests. :yes:

    Why won't quick reply work?! :mad2:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Hmm, thermal vests :beard:

    Are they different from normal vests? Better at keeping warmth, I presume. :ahee:
    Like zees and zees. Yeah. You can really tell the difference between proper thermals and just wearing a thin cotton one. Either is fine and another winter layer, though.

    Not sure how appropriate the ones I linked would be on men, though, come to it.
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    My parents tried to make me when I was younger, I rejected the idea though. Never worn them.
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    I can't even imagine wearing a vest.

    Doesn't that mean more washing? unthinkable! :p:
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    I always wear a t-shirt underneath my shirt. So I guess I'm wearing it as a 'vest' but not wearing a proper vest, if you see what I mean. I've tried on proper vests, and just hate the feel... it feels so unnatural. For extra warmth you can always add a sweater or something.
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    (Original post by DisgruntledMoth)
    Like zees and zees. Yeah. You can really tell the difference between proper thermals and just wearing a thin cotton one. Either is fine and another winter layer, though.

    Not sure how appropriate the ones I linked would be on men, though, come to it.
    :teeth:

    And yes, it is more washing, but I guess it means I can sort of re-use my shirts...
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    No, but I do sometimes where a t-shirt under a longer sleeve t-shirt/proper shirt
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    In winter I wear a camisole underneath other vest tops or t-shirts or long-sleeved tops, then I'll probably wear a jumper or something on top. So 3 layers and a bra. At work I wear 4 and an apron.
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    Lol, no.
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    (Original post by smellslikemarmite)
    In winter I wear a camisole underneath other vest tops or t-shirts or long-sleeved tops, then I'll probably wear a jumper or something on top. So 3 layers and a bra. At work I wear 4 and an apron.
    I quite like camisoles . They look nice, and the name just rolls off the tongue.

    But boys can't wear them. :hmpf:
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    Yeah, I have long sleeved thermal vests, very nice and warm. And I often wear usual vest tops and camisoles under my clothes as extra layers. I feel the cold to easily so I need to really.
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    Do I ever?!!!!!!!!












    No, I don't.
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    yes, every single day. even in summer.
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    (Original post by Hooovan*)
    yes, every single day. even in summer.
    Especially in summer! For me.
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    Especially in summer! For me.
    its a curse :no: i blame my mothers overprotectiveness.
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    I wear them coz you can take your shirt off whenever you wanna show off your muscles.

    And to berlusconi, my ass!

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    In primary school we had to do PE in our vests and knickers.
    Thankfully the rules have changed now.
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    (Original post by Nick Longjohnson)
    I wear them coz you can take your shirt off whenever you wanna show off your muscles.

    And to berlusconi, my ass!

    Yeeeah, yippikayay ************!
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    yes.

    nipples.
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    Funny, I stopped wearing them in Year 7, to replace them with bras. But then in Year 8 I started wearing vests again over my bras, mostly in winter just because I felt cold without them, and also our white shirts were quite see-through.
 
 
 
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