It's easy enough for me not to buy anything right now, because I've reached my "almost-perfect" wardrobe. I have a good sense of what my style is and what's enough to last me through the next decade or so. I may purchase a shirt or a tie every now and then, or even a pair of shoes if a great deal comes my way, but overall I have no desire to constantly browse online stores or b&s anymore. Therefore, my participation in this group is unimportant, but I like the sense of common struggle for a greater good. As a cured man, I'd like to offer a piece of advice to those struggling from a shopping addiction. If you ever watched your better half/mom/sister dieting to lose weight, you will relate. We are weak, if you deny yourself something, it will come back and hit you later, and it will be worse. Don't deny fully, merely set limits and attainable goals, meanwhile finding new ways to bring meaning into your life. It may be any other hobby, like wrestling, making car models and dancing, a relationship or a new job. Anything works if you find yourself sufficiently immersed in it. And you will be the most stylish dude among your new friends, too. That must mean something!