I don't wear that much casual, so my casual wardrobe is shot. I have learned a lot here that would help if I restarted. Rather than fantasise I've tried to be realistic about what I could afford. I haven't got brands in mind for lot of these.
RM Williams chestnut ankle boots
Some light brown wingtips, maybe AE
Timberland walking boots (the ones I have)
Sutor Mantelassi black suede bluchers
Santoni FAM loafers, mid-brown
Don't have many, but I would like two suede belts, black and brown and a webbing belt.
Cotton pants (for ease of washing): Zanella, Incotex, RLPL, Borrelli, Brioni, Zegna. Solid colours: navy, beige, camel, dk. brown
This is my weakest area - totally unplanned and all over the shop. Can't be too specific but I would need:
Linen shirts - white and navy
Oxford Button-downs - solids - pale blue, pink, butter yellow
Fancier stripe shirts - I like the look of some of the Jhane Barnes that I've seen. Rather than get a lot, plan them around the pants and coats
I could be wearing these 6-9 months of the year here, and I only own 2. I'd get at least 3-4 of these, patterned but in a muted way.
V-neck or preferably zip collar. Plain colours or muted patterns, navy, chocolate and grey
A couple of lighter-weight scarves, silk/wool. Heavy wool doesn't get enough use here
Overdafut. Bright colours and patterns
Rivers (local brand) for robust plain-coloured socks
Black leather jacket, conservative in style
Navy knee-length topcoat
Classic navy jacket from Italian designer like Barbera, Isaia, Canali or Caruso
Plaid sport coat from similar designers (v. happy with the Barbera I have)
Crumpler messenger bag