Many people dream of a world without borders, especially those who currently have to cross two of them to get fairly-priced generic meds for their donkey, who has too much riding on him to let a little performance anxiety stand in the way of the show. For threads born of similar barrier-breaking desires, check out WRKROOM
From a veteran husband-n-wife team who've lived in 4 countries on 3 different continents, WRK's a fashion-forward, nose-to-tail line whose travel-friendly details are designed to help you live a life of global rootlessness (far more glamorous than the Rusted Rootlessness you experienced during that magical summer of '97). Road-compliant outerwear includes the grey or navy zip-up hoodie Runnr, made from two layers of nylon fused together for rugged durability; the ultra-shiny WndStoppr, in strong-yet-featherweight polyester; and the double-breasted, waist-strap'd WstPoint coat, with shape retention memory fabric that one-ups regular wrinkle-free by "achieving crease retention, flat appearance, and bagging recovery when washed in hot water", though for real travelers washing clothes is just a WST of time. Beneath that goes a collection of knockaround ready pre-shrunk, ultra-light, solid-colored cotton tees, double needle stitched at the seams to withstand a beating, and drop shouldered, wide necked, and hemmed at the bottom for a vintage look; styles include a short-sleeved henley, a long-sleeved crew, a tank top, and a jacket-friendly cuff-sleeved job that's shorter than conventional tees (finally, a shirt built for the "legsome" man!)
There're also a of handful buttondowns, the most versatile being the tightly woven Dispatch, which offers interchangeable collars ranging from the conservative point to the youthful spread variety, so no matter what situation you find yourself in, you won't look like a jackass.