There comes a time in every man's life when he realizes he needs to grow up, and that time sucks even more if you're Warwick Davis. Giving you the clothes for that time, Life After Denim.
Since you're clearly already equipped with jean shorts, LAD drops an extensive spring/summer collection of classically styled shorts, shirts, and lightweight jackets (all of which seem to be named after guys that went to boarding school) "inspired by music, film, travel, art, and friends," and specifically designed to "avoid sweeping trends that look dated after one season" -- though oddly the autumn flattop is forever. For your torso, there's the aqua vintage plaid poplin short-sleeve Huntington w/ shoulder epaulets; the Chesterfield, a 100% slub cotton jersey polo in greyhound with white piping; and a lightweight royal blue/grey vice plaid long sleeve called the Lt. Archibald, which is durable, but lacks Tiny's outside game and penchant for tank tops. Below the waist, LAD peddles the MacAllister, an overdyed brown gridlock plaid cargo short w/ two angled side pockets; a lean fit, canvas 6-pocket pant in black/charcoal pinstripe; and a poplin twill midnight/red alpha plaid reversible short dubbed the Copperfield -- wear them to a club, and you too can make supermodels disappear.
To combat the Harwich evening chill, there's a lightweight, three-button fine twill Fieldston blazer; the bamboo slub smoke/aqua Rushmore cardigan; and an elastic waist'd nylon Huffington windbreaker in a color named Red Dawn, also a film that could've starred Warwick Davis, if the resistance had been called the Wolverteenies.