As we’re looking at moving Ramit up in the foodchain a bit, I’m going to assume that everything but the underssentials he wears daily to the office are pretty much going to be completely replaced.
Casual socks: covered
He needs to move from “jeans and a company tee shirt” to “business casual managing a dozen or more technical support staff” in one shopping weekend. Maybe two.
He’s never visited the new company’s facilities, so we don’t know what the dress code is (on his first visit/in person interview if it gets that far he will wear a suit).
But assuming he gets and passes the interview, he’ll need to spend a month or more on the other side of the country to train. Read: <I>needs at least a week or more worth of clothes that he can do in a laundromat w/o ironing</i>.
If you were building a check list of what a color deaf guy would need (not color-blind) what would it be?
__ pair of tan or grey khaki pants
__ pair of dark casual pants
__ pair of black socks
__ pair of tan socks
__ semi-casual button down shirts (ie optional tie, not necessarily suit-shirts)
__ polo shirts
__ semi-casual khaki shorts for going ‘out’
__ shorts and a tee to knock around the hotel/workout room in (might be found in the less grungy of the current 'drobe)
etc etc. Ideally, we could build a shopping list and just do this all in one go at the outlet mall … then after he moves back, fill in with a few pieces to keep it freshish.