jeans and a t-shirt

Roy denim

Post covid, I've simplified my wardrobe to I guess the American basics of a t-shirt and jeans and sneakers (but really Birkenstocks). But my t-shirts are plain white or Navy from Whitesville, my jeans are dead-stock Roy denim, and my sneakers are Kobe 8 Protro Halo or Cleverley's Jack trainers.

I'll layer the top with some Visvim or an Iron Heart flannel. For work and on special occasions, I'll swap out the top with a polo shirt or a button down Oxford. Instead of jeans, I may wear khaki or dark green chinos. And that's it.

It's a far cry from being an Anglophile and bespoke tailoring and shoes and fancy knitwear. Sadly, there are not enough occasions where I have to dress up any more and even still, no one is dressing up. And there's no one to impress.

Bonus: Everyday carry are keys, simple card wallet, and an iPhone — often times my Ray Bans and sometimes a pocket knife, a watch, and a pen.