the issue though is that mastering the basics, in say, casual MC dress will translate will into other styles of dress. your issue is that you don't have enough of a 'base' wardrobe to really expand in a lot of different directions -- if you took your time, learned what's good on you, what works and what you like in one specific style of dress, and then built up the necessary pieces for that, it would be infinitely easier to translate your existing wardrobe into other areas. for example, if you had a good collection of business casual shoes, shirts and ties, then you could 'spice' up a few of your looks with more interesting pieces, like a soft shouldered sportcoat with an interesting pattern.
as I've warned you before, you seem to have gotten caught up in the glow of SF purchases approval.. and it seems to have influenced what you purchase, which would be fine but you're still basically starting from scratch, and the items that get the most praise here aren't the most versatile and useful items (because they are boring), but the exaggerated last G&G loafers that only look good in 5% of the outfits you wear, or italian shirtings that a fancy name but don't particularly look good on your frame. you also clearly want to model yourself after spoo, and that's great (and fine), but you seem to be missing a lot of the essential pieces that make his fits look good: everything is tailored to a tee, all of his shirts are pressed and all of his pants are sharply creased and hemmed to a perfect length. your stuff too often looks sloppy.
just.. slow down. it's really kind of nuts that you're buying really niche selvedge pants which are honestly appropriate in like.. 5 settings when you're still lacking so many of other basic pieces.
you can ignore what i (and others) are saying, but ask yourself if you're happy with the last looks you've posted considering the amount of money and time you've spent putting them together.