If you're male and you're anything like me, you look around a bit for what you went for, e.g. a jacket, spot something and if it blends in with the rest of your clothes, you get it.
Occasionally though, you outfit yourself and that's what I did one mid-autumn, looking towards the winter. It was a combination of three things - I knew some friends had a new clothing shop, it was picturesquely halfway down a steep hill and they'd just brought in a new line of Sonneti gear.
I'd never gone for a particular make before and looking around the web just now for a pic, they seem to have gone downhill of late, judging by what is available online and yet that day I saw an outfit in various greys, blacks and off-whites I've never seen either before or since.
For a start, the chunky shoes were a solid base, the colours in the superthick shirt didn't so much match as blend into the thick jeans/trouser mix [lined inside], the cut was flattering and the stitching quite unusual. It all suited Britain perfectly and didn't need a jacket. The cap was lined too.
Do you remember an outfit you once bought which was the most stylish or comfortable you've ever had?