The attire for working from home today, It's hard to beat tweed, cords, and an ocbd shirt. I seem to have acquired quite a few of the latter in blue and white university stripes during the last ten years or so.
The gear for today has felt so comfy that I have not yet changed into the ubiquitous Rugby top, corduroy jeans, and chocolate suede camp moccasins post-Zoom office hours. And those concluded 2.5 hours ago. Certainly every bit as cozy as sweats on a cool day. Yes, you heard that right, but let's consider a salient point for a moment.
The vast majority always moan about not feeling comfortable in dressier attire. While I am of the opinion that their discomfort is more psychological, let's stick to the physical world for now. Here's an oft repeated pointer to keep in mind, guys. If your clothes are sized properly, if they fit your actual physical dimensions in other words, you'll feel much more comfortable in them. Even if we are talking actual formal wear. I fear this is a point the sweat pants and pajamas 24/7 for all occasions brigade misses, probably intentionally through some sort of misguided something or other. But anyway. . .
The jacket pictured above is a J. Press number thrifted several years ago when we still lived in Bloomington, Illinois for around five bucks U.S. at the local hospital-run thrift shop. The establishment must have been where all of the doctors' and attorneys' widows unloaded their stuff postmortem given the good quality items I found routinely for pennies on the dollar.
In any case, the jacket has become my go-to although several other bolder tweed sports jackets hang in my wardrobe. Not visible are a dark brown braided belt, dark brown penny loafers, navy socks with cream pin dots, and a predominately orange, brown, and dark red wool pocket square.