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There is something extremely comforting about knowing what you're going to wear tomorrow. And the next day. And possibly every day after that for the foreseeable future. You've seen icons with a daily uniform โ€” from Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg to Albert Einstein and Bob Belcher. Now Everlane has picked up on this mind-soothing trend and is offering a collection of twelve staples (which Everlane is known for) that they call the Uniform Collection. The jackets, chinos, tees, jeans and boxer briefs offer a soothingly narrow but customizable selection of stuff a guy could easily wear on the daily and look good doing it. But these basics also come with a guarantee.

Each item is built to withstand the rigors of a year's worth of wears and washes. And if anything goes wrong within that first year โ€” say one of the tees develops a hole, or a button-up oxford fades prematurely โ€” the company will replace it. So use the collection to coordinate your own version of the basic tee and pants and free your mind up to move fast and break stuff, or tirelessly invent a new burger of the day.

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