I'm going for mostly natural fibers, thermal tees, durable cargo pants, and then maybe some cute things if I can afford it after that (I'm genderfluid btw, but also a nursing parent). Also, are there brands to keep an eye out for that are known for their longevity? (I know LL Bean is one).
...I'm probably over thinking this, but after spending $70 at a DI in WA State and not getting a lot of durable things (and also veering wildly off track, AND accidentally leaving most of those clothes in WA, including my green leather bomber jacket grrr) I want to make sure I'm not making the same mistakes. Plus I can't exactly afford to drop another $70 on clothes, anyway.