One of the things I try to do when I go on tour is take a photo of my outfit everyday. Doing washing is hard, so I tend to pack a different outfit for every day I'll be away (by outfit I mean dress that can be worn as pyjamas and some tights.)
On the solo tour I did during July (which feels like a lifetime ago now) I only managed to take the outfit photos you see in this hear post (and I only took them because I couldn't resist the teeny tiny flowers in this field outside of Lismore)
"Why did you not meticulously document your outfits as per usual?" I hear you ask (or at least that's what I'm going to pretend you said because I'm going to tell you anyway). The answer to that question is I ended up creating myself an impromptu uniform. I wore the same shoes all tour, and packed mostly thick black tights. I wore a different comfy dress every day, but you couldn't see it underneath my poncho (which I barely removed for the entirety of the trip)
This may sound silly, but during the tour my poncho acted as a sort of "safety net" for me. It kept me warm and covered, it was super duper comfy and it added a predictability to my day. When you're on tour, it's the simple things that keep you connected, and I suppose this unintentional uniform was part of how I stayed connected.