Going to see my brother perform this evening. Plain I know, but finding a jacket to fit my shoulders and chest has proven difficult.
I feel like there are two types of disparaged posters: Caseyfud (recently)/ Snow-types and Tagutcow-types. The first category takes the criticism decently seriously, makes changes, and posts new (better) stuff. Improvement happens. People do better. The second category falls into the Tagut-trap. Rather than take the criticism seriously, they decide that, for whatever reason, the people criticizing "don't understand." Either they don't want to look like a sissy-boy, or they don't understand the monetary limitations. And then, rather than change, they keep posting fits and most of them are badly received. Partly because they're bad.
Bene, you seem to be falling into the second category. You had some good fits, but now you're stuck in the "I won't change" place, and you aren't improving. But the advice here is good, and you're allowed to wear only a tiny wardrobe. I run with 3 pairs of shoes, 3 pants, 3 jackets. That's my closet. And I like them. Yeah, it's repetitive, but by not buying things that are odd, or not quite what I want, I get good pieces and end up looking good (I think). You don't need a good wardrobe, but the guys critiquing you here are right. Calm buying, and save for real grails.