OCBD with some trousers and oxford or cap toe for everyday.
Spread collar with suit and tie on days for client seminars.
Unless you are wearing a suit jacket everyday with a tie to the office then sure. As mentioned before though I never understood why 2 of my colleagues wear spread collars without a tie or collar stay. Even then, if you're going to use collar stays why not wear a button down?
And at Uniqlo level, the collar is not big enough for a nice roll without tie for point collars IMO. We are venturing into MC then and there is definitely a disconnect at that point.
I'll say my office is a business casual setting rather than suit and tie everyday.
No worries, I've just grown accustomed to these point collar shirts. They dry very quickly and are much thinner than my Uniqlo OCBDs. Regardless, I still wear my OCBDs, but this ridiculously hot weather doesn't justify wearing OCBDs.
Things I usually buy in bulk:
- Airism boxer briefs (absolutely perfect, even if it's a bit pricey; have heard great things about Airism undershirts as well)
- Socks (stock up on these -- mine have lasted well over 3 years)
- Undershirts (in the packages [$6/each]) (both crewneck and v-neck)
- Chinos (beater pair has lasted me 2 years and going)
- Oxfords (always solid investment)
- Shirts for office job ($30/each; never had to iron)
Is there a reason why you dot have the airism undershirts?
Has their actually been an official press release from Uniqlo stating that the webshop is opening up this fall? I just know they've been saying that for awhile, don't want to get my hopes up and then be disappointed.
Also, probably too far off to put a whole lot of thought in to, but I wonder who's going to be the next collaboration designer. A part of me wishes they would just go back to using Jil Sander, but that's probably not likely.