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Do you "dress up" to fly premium cabin?

Old Mar 14, 16, 6:02 pm
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I dress up. When flying in J, I add underwear and socks to my wardrobe. F rates pants in addition to socks and underwear.
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Old Mar 14, 16, 6:12 pm
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Originally Posted by rankourabu View Post
EK F tonite.
Never mind a suit.
Not even planning to wear pants.


Not arriving in a place that's 30degrees+ in anything but shorts.
Originally Posted by herzmeh View Post
I dress up. When flying in J, I add underwear and socks to my wardrobe. F rates pants in addition to socks and underwear.
Ah, you guys crack me up. I love the algorithmic approach to basic decisions about underwear.
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Old Mar 15, 16, 11:49 am
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Originally Posted by rankourabu View Post
Not even planning to wear pants.
Commando in F!
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Old Mar 15, 16, 11:10 pm
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Originally Posted by LondonElite View Post
Commando in F!
This is where the British definition of pants enters the conversation
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Old Mar 21, 16, 8:58 am
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Flying home from Seoul today again in a suit. A TSA agent complimented my outfit at DTW and then instructed her colleague to see how good I looked. Day made
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Old Mar 21, 16, 9:01 am
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Originally Posted by CMK10 View Post
Flying home from Seoul today again in a suit. A TSA agent complimented my outfit at DTW and then instructed her colleague to see how good I looked. Day made
Maybe you were the eye candy for the day? LOL
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Old Mar 21, 16, 9:53 am
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Originally Posted by CMK10 View Post
Flying home from Seoul today again in a suit. A TSA agent complimented my outfit at DTW and then instructed her colleague to see how good I looked. Day made
That's what you get for doing Zoolander's la tigra while waiting in line
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Old Mar 22, 16, 5:53 pm
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No I don't dress up but I make myself presentable and never wear tank tops, flip flops or usually not shorts. I have become immune to what I have seen in F/J and the AA AC.
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Old Mar 22, 16, 6:23 pm
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Originally Posted by newyorkgeorge View Post
No I don't dress up but I make myself presentable and never wear tank tops, flip flops or usually not shorts. I have become immune to what I have seen in F/J and the AA AC.
One could hardly expect people to dress up for the budget business/first class of the likes of US-based carriers.
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Old Mar 22, 16, 7:05 pm
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Yes, I like to dress in a bunny suit.

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Old Mar 22, 16, 7:08 pm
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Originally Posted by rankourabu View Post
One could hardly expect people to dress up for the budget business/first class of the likes of US-based carriers.
What's your definition of "dressing up"? Suit and tie? Khakis and a button down shirt? I think you create your own environment and attitude by how you dress. Dressing up can make you feel better.
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Old Mar 22, 16, 8:25 pm
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Originally Posted by CMK10 View Post
Flying home from Seoul today again in a suit. A TSA agent complimented my outfit at DTW and then instructed her colleague to see how good I looked. Day made
Where's the "like" button? Love this!
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Old Mar 24, 16, 12:44 am
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I dress up for flights SQ, AF, LH and CX First and Business. No need to dress up for domestic First Class.
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Old Mar 24, 16, 2:25 am
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One of my favorite movies!!!!

Love Kevin Smith!!!!
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Old Mar 24, 16, 2:49 am
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Originally Posted by MaxBuck View Post
Yes, I like to dress in a bunny suit.

I can picture the look on the SQ F crews face
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