A friend is creating a batch of shirts to raise money for charity, and is looking to make them using a sustainable fabric (they'll be sewn here in the US to ensure good labor practices, too). He's looking for something simple, probably an oxford cotton, though he's open to alternatives. The key is to make something durable, attractive, and not-too-expensive.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
Thanks for all the comments, folks. Point taken on the watch. Time to repair the Seiko. Was surprised about the unanimous preference for socks, but noted.
HF, the tie and PS are black. The stripe on the suit is also black. They also offered it in the same fabric with a light blue stripe.
IC thanks for the critique.
Agree that the G-Shock is out of place. I broke my all my other watches and am stuck with it until they're repaired. It's beat to shit because my brother wore it through two and a half years of military service.
I still have this, and it should get it to someone who will use it. If you live in DC and you are willing to meet me near Union Station, make me an offer. If you are not in DC, make me a slightly higher offer.