I'm in my 30s now. Active duty, reaching for the senior enlisted ranks, and I'll leave it at that. Being stationed in Italy has given me a sobering view of American style (or lack thereof) overseas, as we stand out in public, and not in a good way. Knowing how my fellow military men dress out in town, I am trying to dress appropriately for the wonderfully warm weather, but to add a touch of class on my limited salary, and try and "breakout" from my peer group (something of a term we use when annual evaluations come around). I currently wear any appropriate combination from below: PANTS - 5-pocket BR chinos: 2 pairs, one off-white, one British khaki http://bananarepublic.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=55434&vid=1&pid=858814&scid=858814002 - Levi's jeans: 501s in Grit, 505s in Rinse and 559s (that I wish were 514s now that I understand the fit) in Tumbled Rigid and Indie Blue - Golf shorts: 2 pairs dark chalk, 1 khaki, 1 caviar http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/men...3/Grand+Slam+Performance+Technical+Shorts.jsp SHIRTS - Polo shirt: 1 black, 1 true navy, 1 dark green and 1 in horizon blue http://www.landsend.com/pp/mens-tai...cks-_-polo-shirts-_-short-sleeve&origin=index Or a series of solid V-neck shirts that I need to improve on (in quality) SHOES - One pair brown suede chukkas from Bata in chocolate brown http://www.bata.it/prodotto/149462 - Skechers Browsers in black http://www.zappos.com/skechers-browser-black - Birkenstock Milano in hunter black leather http://www.zappos.com/birkenstock-milano-hunter-black-leather ACCESSORIES - One pair Ray-Ban Cockpit aviators in gunmetal http://www.ray-ban.com/usa/sunglasses/rb3362/004 - Seiko 2-tone watch that matches my wedding band http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/jew...eiko+Solar+Stainless+Steel+Two+Tone+Watch.jsp Here is a pic of me in chinos (going to hem them), polo and chukka boots: Everything else I have I'll throw out, along with a few of these, that I wear our in town. What would you recommend, based on my body type, that I add to my wardrobe? I'll be living inland, where it is warmer, but working closer to the Pacific Ocean, where it will be a little cooler.