Clothes for people who work in barns
It may seem hard to believe, but not everyone earns their keep by sitting in front of a computer for 40 hours a week — some people work in barns. We don’t really know much about this, but from what we’ve heard, this is what we imagine someone who works in a barn would wear. Okay, those Eastlands are much too nice to be wandering around silage pits in, and we’re not quite sure if you’d want disinfectant stains on those Edwins, but apart from that, there’s no reason why this outfit couldn’t be worn for a hard day throwing bales around. On second thoughts, you’d maybe want to give it a few years before you start wearing that Norse Projects jacket when you’re clipping sheep. Oh, and it would be a bit of a travesty to wear that Han shirt for mucking out the stables. So what does that leave us with? That Engineered Garments t-shirt? Hmm, unless you’ve got a good supply of Daz, you should probably leave that at home. But yeah, take away the shoes, the jeans, the jacket, the shirt and the t-shirt and you’re all set for a tough day’s work in the barn.
- Norse Projects Bertram Broken Twill Jacket (Raw Brown)
- Edwin ED-75 Slim (Dry 11.5oz Compact Indigo Denim)
- Engineered Garments Printed Pocket T-Shirt (White / Blue There Is)
- Han Kjøbenhavn Army Shirt (Colour 2 Indigo Melange)
- Eastland Fletcher 1955 (Peanut Leather)