Moonlighting after work can be a great way to express your creativity, show off your underutilized talents, or failing all of those, just see Bruce Willis with hair. Moonlighting to improve your clothes' steez, Never Sleep (NVRSLP)
A side collection from your fave Down East designers Rogues Gallery, NVRSLP's latest drop of Ivy League-vibed tees, button-downs, shorts, and light outerwear is inspired by the rugged New England coast and has been described as having "an outdoorsy collegiate look", but only because it just did the Tuck Bridge Program at Dartmouth. Up top they've got a white/navy nautical striped straight hem sweater w/ four button shoulder plackets; a slim-fitting green madras double-needle short sleeve button-down with dual breast pockets; and a red cotton classic tee silkscreened with the intricate drawing of an anchor windlass fittingly named "Ship Winch" -- but not "Ship Wench", probably 'cause Kate Winslet wouldn't give them the rights. NVRSLP also peddles a line of lightweight jackets like a sturdy crop-fitted canvas popover quarter zip-up with flap pockets, flannel hood, and front pouch; the brown/black single vent Checked Blazer; and the navy cotton shell/flannel-lined Club Jacket w/ acetate sleeves and ribbed cuffs, which claim to be for your wrists' pleasure, though honestly, no one can really tell the difference.
To tie it all together, there're also shorts like the canvas Nantucket Reds w/ shadowstitch'd button-down back pockets, and a sweet pair made of brown corduroy with a longer inseam, button waist, and vision fly -- so the ladies can see when things are about to get a little less Cybil, and you're looking to Cher.