It's been a suit and tie for me since I was twelve. Switched to casual pants and a dress shirt/tie when I was assigned to teach six-year-olds in sunday school (and for what it's worth, I'm LDS).
This how I feel. For years I wore a suit to church. Now that I'm in a smaller church I wear jeans most of the time. I have been called on to go help member with car trouble, change flat tires, and unclog toilets. I decided that the attire was unimportant. I come ready to serve (no matter what capacity that may be). I always simply glad to see folks come to church. Where what you want, but don't knock someone else because their choice might be different than yours (I see that way too often around here).Here in Cowboy Country about the only tie you'll see is on a visiting pastor once in a while.
Clothes don't mean squat in Gods plan.
But they were pretty important to the Sanhedrin.
Depends on how uptight one is about their own status.
Same here. I generally tend to dress similar to this for most occasions - work, concerts etc., except the pants would be very dark blue, dark grey (charcoal) or black. Slim tie, always. That's it.I very rarely go to church but regularly go to the symphony, opera and ballet. Not quite the same I know ...
If you can balance #1 and #2, you probably are doing a pretty good job of #3.
Could he not find an adult sized jacket?Same here. I generally tend to dress similar to this for most occasions - work, concerts etc., except the pants would be very dark blue, dark grey (charcoal) or black. Slim tie, always. That's it.
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If it's really hot, I'd lose the sport jacket and wear a more colorful shirt:
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Could he not find an adult sized jacket?
The over-shrunk suit jacket is all the rage now with the fashion types. Style ... good old timeless style ... calls for something different.I don't know; it's a photo from some fashion magazine so I assume they could have done it, but didn't want to.