Whether you deserve these assumptions, I don’t know. But it will be assumed you get more done before sunrise than others do in a day. That you know how to build things like fires and carburetors. Also, dogs like to be around you.
Well before jeans and denim were a thing, wabash-striped indigo shirts, vests, and coveralls built the railroads and changed America. Progress now states you can wear these vests under a jacket and/or with the jeans that followed it.
Wabash Vest (No. 6982). 100% cotton wabash, spun on vintage shuttle looms in Japan. The wabash dying (or discharge) process means the stripes are not dyed, but rather the dye is removed from the base indigo-dyed fabric. High science indeed. Double-needle stitched for longevity and looks. Finished with burnt orange workwear buttons, two welt chest pockets, two flap waist pockets, adjustable back belt, and indigo chambray lining. Imported.