Triple D Watchers on Food Channel

Triple D Watchers on Food Channel

This is a discussion on Triple D Watchers on Food Channel within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This guy always wears the great bowling shirts that a nice looking enough to wear to casual dining. They are also great cover shirts. I ...

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    Triple D Watchers on Food Channel

    This guy always wears the great bowling shirts that a nice looking enough to wear to casual dining. They are also great cover shirts. I have one of that style that is from HD. Wife wants me to wear a nicer shirt. I have searched his website and there is no listing of what brand or where he gets them.

    Any of you out there that have found some nice looking ones of these. I am just not the Tommy Bahama type of guy. Thanks.

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    Check out the 5.11 tactical covert casual shirts - they're longer and have lots of CC friendly features. I too love Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, but for me the best show on Food Network is Good Eats. I've got a serious man-crush on Alton Brown.

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    Guy Fietti is his name
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    If it's a style with his name on it, you'll pay a premium. Pick out a larger print shirt or a Hawaiian print...get four for the price of one Fietti special. OMO
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    Beall's department stores (and other similar, I am sure) have very nice looking casual shirts, some with print, some without. Reasonable, attractive.
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    I have been known to wear a guayabera shirt when I need to be more fancy than an old untucked T shirt. The style is fine here in FL and it's a dress shirt meant to be worn untucked.

    A site I googled at random:
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    I have several Hawaiian shirts that work great. Sears has a few as did JC Penny that are nice and not too expensive.

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    I try to find good deals @ Ross. I've been able to find some nice button up shirts (Caribbean Joe Hawaiian style) for about $10 each.

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    Head to the department stores at the end of summer. They usually have nice, silk shirts of a similar style to what Guy wears on DDD (love the show btw), and on sale for under $20 each.

    This style is my typical dress, and I always troll the department stores for the washable silk ones. If you look, you'll find sales down to like $10.
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