One of the chief effects of pot is an unruly proliferation of probably brilliant ideas you'll totally never carry out; unless you're from Amsterdam, in which case, you totally will, man. Maximizing exploratory design potential, Scotch and Soda.
Holland-based S&S's "Amsterdam Couture" covers an exhaustive mishmash of prep styles, many with wildly inventive tweaks; because space-cakes are awesome, their Winter Campaign themes run from "Office Junkie/Urban Wise Guy/Superhero" to "Nature Warrior and Indigo Loving Nomad". Coat-wise, the 25 models include fur-hooded goose down technical outerwear, a heavy faded cotton navy bomber peacoat, and a grey herringbone wool overcoat that comes with a detachable knitted wool scarf hoodie, perfect for robbing a J. McLaughlin. For your urban wiseguyness, they've got wool zip and button cardigans, crew and v-neck sweaters with striped t-shirts already set inside, and blazer styles ranging from tweed polyester/wool, to mauve print velour, to thick, wind-breaking navy poly/cotton blends (with or without crest, depending on whether you're with or without yacht).
S&S also produces many, many button-downs, like a casual fine-check white/blue, elegantized by French cuffs (with an extra pair of links thrown in), and a gingham check "western" style snap-button named the "Paul Pinchell of Merry Jahoney National Broadcasting Co. Father & Son Shirt" -- unwieldiness that suggests the wisdom of taciturn drinking.