Dear anon, before all, thanks for your question.
These kind of shirt are armaillis/Senner traditional shirts, and by extension became a sort of uniform for Swiss farmers.
They’re available almost everywhere, from tourist traps for a huge lump of money to Landi supermarket for about CHF 25.-
On the reason all the men of your family are wearing the armailli’s shirt :
a. they’re Swiss farmers ;
b. they like Swiss traditions (and may practice competitive Swiss wrestling/ shooting/fondue eating/Hornussen/Steinstossen, among other sports) ;
c. they like traditional, no nonsense, solid garments for work and/or sport ;
d. they are leaning politically toward UDC/SVP ;
e. they misunderstood and are quite enthralled that famous italian designer Giorgio Armailli made a very Swiss collection for this winter ;
f. some or all the above.
(I’m b. & c., tag yourself) #ranzdesvaches
Hoping I have been of some help in your questioning.
Honestly, 1970s’ fashion was just a revival of the 1350s’.
If I were a cape-wearing person, that would totally be the kind of cape I would be wearing
It’s not I’m colorblind, I just don’t care
Apparently, this is a thing
With the approach of winter, we find our cats wanting to sit on our laps more and more. Although flattered, sometimes, we are immbolised as a result. Occasionally, we even forgo going to the bathroom because we don’t want to disturb our lap cats.
Well the folks at Unihabitat have solved this common problem by producing the ultimate hoodie for pet owners so they can carry their furkids as they go about their day. The Mewgaroo hoodie is a sweatshirt with a pouch purrfect for your cat (or small dog) to curl up in. When the oversized pocket gets too hairy, you can simply take out the lining and give it a good clean.
The Mewgaroo also features pockets for your hands as well as pom pom drawstrings to entertain your furry guest.
The medium size hoodie comes with cat ears while the large size does not, so it’s perfect for dog parents. Both sizes include paw-like sleeves.
Currently, it is only available to the Japanese market, but we hope its increase in popularity will see a world wide release very soon.
i need this so much
I don’t even got a cat but I need this so much in my life anyway.
Various Soviet-occupation era Polish Army uniforms. I like the raindrop pattern of the first one, the PM-63 holster of the second one, and the crocodile-skin pattern of the third one.
It’s time to bring back the antebellum Polish Army officers swag. Pelyrina sukienna wz. 36.