Dickies’ origin is, as with many others, a workwear company. Originally producing overalls for the workforce in Texas, Dickies pants and jackets were designed to be hard-wearing and long-lasting. I’m fairly sure everyone reading this will recognise their logo!

So we’re back with another famous WCH shoot and of course, the weekly waffle to accommodate. Blessed again by the beacon of hope, we hopped in’t van and headed to some woodland somewhere. Even though I’ve lived here all my life, I’m useless with names and locations.

Tom opted for a set of Millerville Cargo Shorts in Charcoal Grey, which were teamed up with one of the seasonal graphic tees – the Herndon T Shirt in White. Over the top, was a Newington Short Sleeve Shirt in Sandstone, and to finish off, a Chase City Baseball Cap in Whitecap Grey.

I decided on a pair of the 13 Inch Multi Pocket Work Shorts in Dark Brown, a Surry Shirt in White Check, and finally, a Keysville Baseball Cap in Black. Simplicity is key! 

The conversation this week was how long we reckon we’ll live to. If all goes to plan, I think I’ve got 92 in the bag. 

We’ve been a stockist of Dickies for as long as I can remember. They absolutely smash the basics, but each season, we see a wide variety of new graphics, washes and cuts, which makes this brand such an all-rounder in the world of clobber.

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