Men’s fashion. Seriously.

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  1. jehan says:

    thank you for this wonderful post ate betchay… hopefully po before this year ends makapunta ako diyan, hehe… i really have to learn a lot…

    actually, Alex also prefers khaki pants and shorts… and one time, he commented i should stick to classic fashion like white blouse or simple blouse, jeans and white or comfortable doll/leather shoes..

    when we take a walk along the streets of baguio, i would point out to him korean people (especially women) i see. “”how did you know?”” he’d ask me and i’d tell him “”they’re walking up and down session rd. in stilletos””.. or “”they’re wearing real short skirts and real thick make up”” or “”their hairstyles”” and he’d just laugh and say he also wonders why they wear those in such mountainous area or terrain…..

  2. papa2hapa says:

    A few reasons I can see for this. Great tailors. Everything there is tailored really well and very affordable. Secondly, the old Confucian philosophy of presenting “best face” forward is taken seriously by many Koreans. I wonder if this translates into wearing high heels up a mountain to see a temple?

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  3. Cher says:

    My husband has the same simple fashion sense. The only time my husband’s wardrobe got a dash of color was when i started buying shirts for him, but he still prefers wearing khaki pants and shorts with it….kkkkk.

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  4. Tesha says:

    Our friend Dae Woo sometimes serves as our fashion consultant. He would say “violet is a sensitive color” when a particular shade of purple does not match our skin tone.LOL 🙂

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  5. James says:

    Hah, I like the post. It sounds like men all over the world really are pretty much the same when it comes to dressing!!

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  6. Betchay says:

    @cher >> good thing our husbands aren’t high maintenance… more money in the bank ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

    @jehan >> nagpre-prepare ka na talaga ha?! can’t wait for you to come here…

    @tesha >> mas fashionista si Dae Woo sa mga girls?

    @papa2haha >> i agree with the well-tailored part but “very affordable”… have to think about that… i like that koreans care about their appearance… going home to the philippines has become a culture shock

  7. AzureWolf says:

    Haha, I see that among older people here in the US, but for the most part, everyone is casual except for work!

    Haha, first your mom dresses you every morning, and then your wife does! What a world!

  8. Style Habits says:

    Western society has taken casual to new lows, now casual means sloppy in North America. Still in alot of countries like Korea there is a real passion for style and fashion.

  9. Depends on the weather. Here in Thailand, people dress casually because it’s practical. Yes they wear shirt and tie to work if it’s office work but that’s because it’s air-conditioned. In your normal day, you don’t want to spend every minute indoors in an air-conditioned room – you want to be outside enjoying a cool breeze and a bit of sun too – with casual clothing!

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