Work wear

megamix

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What you lot wear for work ? When I was an apprentice my gaffa made me wear white overalls but I got out the habit and where anything now. Im currently wearing these work joggers because they are comfy but look like a right scruff. I only do domestics now and thought about going back to overalls to look more professional. Thoughts ?
 

Mike googlebottom

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What you lot wear for work ? When I was an apprentice my gaffa made me wear white overalls but I got out the habit and where anything now. Im currently wearing these work joggers because they are comfy but look like a right scruff. I only do domestics now and thought about going back to overalls to look more professional. Thoughts ?
Dont do overalls pal..there 4 painters and decorators
 

Djr

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What you lot wear for work ? When I was an apprentice my gaffa made me wear white overalls but I got out the habit and where anything now. Im currently wearing these work joggers because they are comfy but look like a right scruff. I only do domestics now and thought about going back to overalls to look more professional. Thoughts ?
I wore bid aand brace for years in my 20s and 30s turned I to a tracksuit bottoms man now . Might have to I best in another pair now its winter
 

megamix

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Aldi or lidl workwear trousers, can’t go wrong
After a couple of month I’ve spit the arse on work trousers getting up and down off hop up . That’s why I like these work joggers but gear sticks like s**t to a blanket on them . I come home looking like I did on my first day .
 
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Lastlaff

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I wear these breathable paper overalls everyday (£5 from Screwfix and last a week usually), in the winter really nice and warm, in the summer just the Y-fronts underneath. Take them off after work and I’m clean and dust free :)
 

ChrispyUK

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I wear these breathable paper overalls everyday (£5 from Screwfix and last a week usually), in the winter really nice and warm, in the summer just the Y-fronts underneath. Take them off after work and I’m clean and dust free :)
i usually get about a day out of those mate. no matter how careful i am, i always catch them on a jagged edge and rip the f**k**s!
 

megamix

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I wear these breathable paper overalls everyday (£5 from Screwfix and last a week usually), in the winter really nice and warm, in the summer just the Y-fronts underneath. Take them off after work and I’m clean and dust free :)
I like the concept mate but you look like your at a crime scene . And £20 a month a could buy cheap pair of Trousers.
 

ChrispyUK

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have bought quite a few pairs of Dunlop trousers from sports direct over the last few years, but bought these recently

 

Lastlaff

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have bought quite a few pairs of Dunlop trousers from sports direct over the last few years, but bought these recently

Snickers knee pads are the best IMO - I’ve had Dickies which are okay as well but the Snickers stay in position better :)
 

Lastlaff

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I ordered a pair of Blaklader in 32” waist and as you can see when they were measured up against my Dickies they were only a 30” - they came up really tight (the label says 32”)...sent them back. Maybe @Vincey can advise on sizing?
 

Zippydragon

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After a couple of month I’ve spit the arse on work trousers getting up and down off hop up . That’s why I like these work joggers but gear sticks like s**t to a blanket on them . I come home looking like I did on my first day .
Ox are doing workwear joggers now they look good
 

Wayners

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Trousers with knee pads off eBay £20 ISH then logo and named t shirts and jumpers. All cheep enough
 

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