Originally Posted by mafoofan
But it's in the OneSpirit. The point is to get away from collecting clothes and get closer to thinking about clothes that you look good in and feel comfortable with. When it comes down to it, the OneShoe isn't an absolute OneShoe--it's really the concept and approach behind it that distinguishes.
Yes, that expresses it perfectly. Of course I don't have six identical navy suits, blue shirts, blue ties or black shoes.
The point for me is that while I wear something different every day, the items are all within a specific subdued range and I probably look more or less the same most days to my colleagues.
I'm no James Bond or Cary Grant but people rave about their dress sense - yet if you look at them they rarely ventured beyond solids, mostly in blue and grey.
For me it's more about the quality of the materials and the cut and fit than about lots of different colours.