Many aspiring fashion designers start off with graphic t-shirts, hoping to break in by getting their steez noticed: if that doesn't work, how do you explain your bespoke Coed Naked three-piece right now. For a company that went that route and didn't get banned in your middle school, check out Our Legacy
From a Stockholm design duo who earned praise a few years back with their inaugural tee line, Legacy's latest collection's an expanded smorgasbord of prep-casual buttondowns, sweaters, jackets, and jeans they're calling "Hidden Harvest", which is either a reference to its rural style, or a reference to farmers with Alzheimer's. The duds start warm with rugged outerwear like the cotton Hunting Jacket in vintage brown or mustard, with four flap pockets and a cord collar, a three-button navy "worker style" wool blazer, plus a cotton zip-up bomber; if for some reason you're not a flasher, they've got a healthy stock of checkered, pinstriped & solid buttondowns, plus a few sweaters like the shawl-collared off-white Manhattan Knit and the Caterpillar V-Neck, which is doomed to metamorphose, and eat itself. Down below, they've got a couple pairs of shorts in slightly faded linen or cotton twill, some "sun-dried" soft cotton chinos, and a variety of denim including a faded black Japanese selvedge pair with slightly tapered legs, and the stonewashed regular fit Our Jean in Tobacco, which, in certain cities, you can only wear outside the bar
If you insist on loungewear only, they've got a few uber-comfy cotton/silk sweatshirts, including their classic crewneck Great Sweat -- also the slogan behind Hypercolor's failed foray into body heat-activated tuxedos.