Bearing in mind that the seasons of the global North and global South are reversed, I'm just wondering what I'm going to do in the soon coming winter
with all the sleeveless tops I got?
My birthday and Christmas are in summer.
Tons of sleeveless tops as presents.
But alas, not one new jersey.
Now sweatshirts (we call them T-shirts) with sleeves can be worn over jerseys and long-sleeve tops.
As a dude, I do it often with Iron Maiden and other shirts in winter.
But a vest?
OK vests once had a gym-only, or tacky image for guys.
Ironically, in the gendered fashion industry it was once women who were not supposed to reveal their elbows or armpits.
But then it became men, and any man without sleeves risked being called a "wifebeater".
However, in the last two summers it really went into fashion for men, especially with nice colors and designs.
It didn't look anything like trailer-park underwear.
But what to do with it in winter?
Vests over jerseys - yes or no?
Or perhaps a see-through thermal jersey (like those "invisible" socks).
Or for me a cheap pink leotard - also when I wear my shorts.
A gay satyr with pink stockings and camo shorts.
Why, that's my usual winter look.
No reason why it can't be extended to arms and chests.
What do other guys think?
A knitted pink (since I'm white - I wouldn't advise fully white wool though) longsleeve top.
And then you can wear your 1001 nice sleeveless tops over it.
I reckon it would look quite fetching.
edit on 23-3-2017 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)