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If you subscribe to the idea that sometimes it's OK to pick up cheap but durable beater clothes for weekends at home and hardware store runs, consider the clothing lines that many brands make specifically to be sold as workplace or school uniforms. Often considerably cheaper than essentially similar mainline items, the uniform variants typically have some polyester for toughness (and of course for cost reduction) and can have more flattering fits than the similarly B-grade products they no doubt produce to meet the price points of the world's Wal-Marts and Kohl's. More importantly they're logo-free, saving you a few risky minutes with a seam ripper. Just make sure you don't pick up anything as painfully recognizable as a short-sleeved knit in Best Buy Royal Blue. Shown: IZOD Uniform long-sleeve pique polo [$15].

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