Last fall, I talked a bit about the "uniform": your go-to outfit staple.
You know, when you're in a rush and not sure what to wear before you head out the door for another mundane Monday. Your weekends should have uniforms too, so you can pack in five minutes, throw your toothbrush in your back pocket and skip town for a few days. The spring and summer seasons call for those spur-of-the-moment getaways to the cabin, countryside or lakeside. Be prepared.
My spring uniform consists of a denim shirt, a light-weight sweater and not-so-blue-jeans.
Layer and unlayer as needed until the temp hits that point-of-no-return muggy Midwest swelter we all know and love/hate.
On Jeff: waxed Bedale jacket by Barbour; denim shirt from Urban Outfitters; lightweight wool Breton-stripe sweater by A.P.C.; "Max" slim-fit denim by Acne; heavy-duty wingtips by Walk Over (similar); dirty knapsack.
Photos by Cameron Neiderhauser.