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I have read several posts the members strip the moment they walk in the door. I guess I am a little different. I take my clothes off put them in the hamper and then take a shower. After my shower, I will stay nude unless have to go out again. When the pool was warm we would drop our shorts on the patio and jump in the pool. I don't know to me you get sweaty in clothes and a shower makes me feel better. Am I the odd one out?

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I rarely wear anything more than a t-shirt and shorts. Since I only wear these when I out shopping, running errands, or going to appointment, they don't need to be washed after each wearing. The sit on the corner of the kitchen counter.And just to be clear, that's all I wear is a t-shirt and short. I don't even own underpants. I don't wear shoes and socks at all.So, when I walk through the door, they are on the kitchen counter.

Since you are usually nude and wear the minimum when you have to wear anything, do you have relatively little clothing?

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Since you are usually nude and wear the minimum when you have to wear anything, do you have relatively little clothing?I don't have a lot of clothing, but I certainly have more than I need. It's a hold over from having to go to work.

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If I am home or at our 2nd home it is sands clothing. I have many clothes also from my working life. Now that I am retired I should probably free up some closet space at both homes. At our main residence we are somewhat secluded so I can at times weather permitting go outside nude. My wife keeps telling me to keep the one set of blinds closed as we ae on a hill and our neighbor two hundred yards away can see in. I tell her so....

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It varies.
If it's cool out already, I'll either wear shorts or pants accordingly. Bit if it's warm enough and we don't have anyone around, off come the clothes. Sometimes I'll go with a T-shirt only, but am usually comfortable with nothing but my wedding ring and maybe flip-flops. I slip on a swim suit (without liner) and t-shirt when I need to cover up or run a quick errand.
But if we're out and I am fully clothed, I don't feel compelled to strip down immediately. If it's warm, I'll definitely at least dress more casually. And if it's comfortable enough and we don't expect anyone to show up (like this upcoming weekend), I'll go as long as I can without putting anything on.

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If I am home or at our 2nd home it is sands clothing. I have many clothes also from my working life. Now that I am retired I should probably free up some closet space at both homes. At our main residence we are somewhat secluded so I can at times weather permitting go outside nude. My wife keeps telling me to keep the one set of blinds closed as we ae on a hill and our neighbor two hundred yards away can see in. I tell her so....

I would encourage you to reduce your clothing supply. Whenever I get rid of clothing I feel liberated.
Since I retired I have given away all of my suits, most of my dress shirts and at least half of my " business casual" attire. I have also thrown out all of my underwear. I got a privacy fence around my pool about the same time so I have also gotten rid of most of my swimwear. During Covid, I started exercising in my basement instead of the gym and tossed half of my gym shorts and sleeveless shirts. I now have well less than half as much clothing as I did when I was working. If our grandson didn't spend so much time here, or we lived somewhere with a warmer climate, I could get rid of a little more.
Two tricks I found to getting rid of clothing. 1. Do it nude, but since you are often nude at home, that would probably happen anyway. 2. Take everything out of your drawers and closets first, That way it is more effort to put something back than in the trash bag or donation box.

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So, thinking about going through my clothing and giving most of it to a thrift store.

I have an essentially new pair of Levi's 501s that I only wear if I need to be dressed up -- seriously, that's as dressed up as I get. Keep in mind that I don't wear shoes at all. I also have an essentially new t-shirt that also only gets worn if I need to be dressed up. Yup, you got it. Dressed up for me is a new t-shirt and new jeans -- without shoes or socks. I have worn that to a fancy dress up banquet in which all of the other men were in suits and ties. Only one person made any comment about it and that was a lady who was offering to buy shoes for me -- she thought I was too poor to afford them.

I do need some clothing for when I go visit my children. I take the "dress up" t-shirt and jeans and then sweatpants and t-shirts.

I can't remember the last time I wore either of my suits, dress shirts, business casual pants and shirts, neckties, or dress shoes. It's been eight months since the last time I wore shoes at all.

It really is time to go though through my clothing and get rid of most of it.

When I go to the clothing-optional resort, I like to joke about not having enough suitcases to pack all of the clothing I need while I'm there. I drive there nude, I'm nude the entire time I'm there, and I drive home nude.

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So, thinking about going through my clothing and giving most of it to a thrift store.I have an essentially new pair of Levi's 501s that I only wear if I need to be dressed up -- seriously, that's as dressed up as I get. Keep in mind that I don't wear shoes at all. I also have an essentially new t-shirt that also only gets worn if I need to be dressed up. Yup, you got it. Dressed up for me is a new t-shirt and new jeans -- without shoes or socks. I have worn that to a fancy dress up banquet in which all of the other men were in suits and ties. Only one person made any comment about it and that was a lady who was offering to buy shoes for me -- she thought I was too poor to afford them.I do need some clothing for when I go visit my children. I take the "dress up" t-shirt and jeans and then sweatpants and t-shirts.I can't remember the last time I wore either of my suits, dress shirts, business casual pants and shirts, neckties, or dress shoes. It's been eight months since the last time I wore shoes at all.It really is time to go though through my clothing and get rid of most of it.When I go to the clothing-optional resort, I like to joke about not having enough suitcases to pack all of the clothing I need while I'm there. I drive there nude, I'm nude the entire time I'm there, and I drive home nude.

How little clothing do you think you would need.
I have three examples from other boards of men who have or are planning to live with the absolute minimum. One got rid of all the clothing he no longer needed and found he had so little left that he put it in the laundry room (next to the garage and back door) and stopped ever wearing anything in the house proper. He then got rid of his dresser and took out his closet to make room for other things. He later moved to the Canary Islands got rid of all but one pair each of jeans and shorts, essentially lived nude and only wore a wrap or kilt on the rare occasions he had to wear anything. Another one was designing a small retirement home that would have no closets or dressers because all the clothing he was planning to keep when he retired would fit in one storage bin. The third was planning the ultimate, stocking up on necessities then donating or destroying all of his clothes when he retired, staying clothing free as long as he could, and then just ordering the minimal amount as the need arose.

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So, thinking about going through my clothing and giving most of it to a thrift store.I have an essentially new pair of Levi's 501s that I only wear if I need to be dressed up -- seriously, that's as dressed up as I get. Keep in mind that I don't wear shoes at all. I also have an essentially new t-shirt that also only gets worn if I need to be dressed up. Yup, you got it. Dressed up for me is a new t-shirt and new jeans -- without shoes or socks. I have worn that to a fancy dress up banquet in which all of the other men were in suits and ties. Only one person made any comment about it and that was a lady who was offering to buy shoes for me -- she thought I was too poor to afford them.I do need some clothing for when I go visit my children. I take the "dress up" t-shirt and jeans and then sweatpants and t-shirts.I can't remember the last time I wore either of my suits, dress shirts, business casual pants and shirts, neckties, or dress shoes. It's been eight months since the last time I wore shoes at all.It really is time to go though through my clothing and get rid of most of it.When I go to the clothing-optional resort, I like to joke about not having enough suitcases to pack all of the clothing I need while I'm there. I drive there nude, I'm nude the entire time I'm there, and I drive home nude.
Do you take any clothes with you?
If not you should post on the " Traveling Light" thread.

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Im with you on not stripping as soon as you walk in the door. Ive usually have a few errands to do or possibly chores around the house. I cant do them all nude so practicality dictates I remain clothed for a while before my shower. Even after my shower...its still clothes as needed and nude thereafter.

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Update on clothing.

Took essentially everything to the thrift store. What I have left:

Four Levi's 501s (one is the essentially brand-new pair I wear when I need to be dressed up)
Four t-shirts (again, one is the essentially brand-new shirt I wear when I need to be dressed up)
Two business casual shirts and pants (my guess is, I'll never wear these -- but it seems prudent to keep something along those lines)
Several shorts and sweat pants (something to wear when I visit my children)
Hoodie
Jacket
Trench coat

I got rid of all of my shoes except for:
a pair of work books for when I'm working out among the blackberries and other thorny trees and plants
a pair of athletic shoes I keep in the car -- just in case.

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