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    Quote Originally Posted by hauttedoggie View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by teetide View Post
    So wearing athletic wear for a quick run to the grocery store makes you look like an out of place college freshman?
    I'm 38 with 3 kids. No one is mistaking me a college student.

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    I have a Lulu zip up my brother left behind. It's noticeably higher quality than my $30-$40 Under Armour jacket, but at 4 times the price I don't see the point. Also, I'd be hesitant to spend a premium I'm something I'm going to wear to work out. Just the other week I slipped running and tore a hole in my Nike running pants. I was a little bummed but they were only $40, not $100+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Useknifeonly View Post
    assless chaps
    Out of all of this discussion, here's what I took away: this phrase is redundant. Thank you.

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    You do not up your athleisure game, you get rid of it. I kid, I kid.

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    I wore my Lululemon pants to work last week, for the first time ever.

    Because we actually did office yoga that day, lol.
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    For those who like the comfort of athleisure but not the look of the pants, can I suggest the BR rapid movement jeans that Joe pushes? They are as comfy and stretchy as true athleisure legwear, but look and drape like regular light weight denim. Wearing them is absolutely nothing like wearing denim, but only you will know that, and to everyone else you're just wearing jeans.

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    I love, love, love my LuLu ABC pants. I wear them most weekends - kid's soccer practice, grocery store, out for lunch. They are comfortable, great in this cold weather with some long underwear. I don't think I'm a particular casual person, but I am a practical dad of a super active kid and the ABCs are so good for that. Since I have to go to physical therapy 3x a week right now, I'm wondering if I can slip them into my work rotation some Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    I'm 38 with 3 kids. No one is mistaking me a college student.
    Wear timberlands, jogger sweats and well insert a ton of different “college tops” and it’s amazing from behind how young you actually look.

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    Ace pants

    [QUOTE=carlitos;303114]I bought the Mack Weldon "Ace" pants.

    This is helpful to know. I am looking for something similar, specifically to wear on a 16-hour flight (and return). If they work for everyday wear, so much the better. I bought the Public Rep version, but I think they may fit too large. Am seriously looking at the Mack Weldon Ace pant.

    I live in a community in the Southwest with a lot of retirees who seem to have abandoned buying new clothes when their pension checks started coming in. It's very easy to look over-dressed here, so I'm not worried about a spot of athleisure bothering anybody.

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