Truth is about SUITS
... the only question is whether they fit well. Why? In most cases, suits are dark. The patterns are usually subdued. Therefore, in most common indoor lighting conditions, all suits look virtually the same from anything more than 15 feet away. Â So lets say the average wardrobe should have 3 of those. One dark. One not so dark. A final one a bit less dark than the not so dark one. Now, SHIRTS and TIES
are a differrent story. Here, we can PEACOCK all we want. SHIRTS:
Bright lavender. Brilliant crimson stripes. Bold royal blue herringbones. Â Ostentatious orange ovals on a brilliantly brownish base. (OK, the colors suck but the alliteration worked.) Sexually revealing hot pink checks on gossamer grey backgrounds. Losing it ... losing it. TIES:
There is no question but that these should be eliminated completely, of course. They hide the center treatment of the shirt. So, there you have it. THE IDEAL WARDROBE:
3 Suits, No Ties, 300-400 shirts. Oh, yes ... a pair of shoes to prevent the trousers from dragging on the ground and 179 pairs of cufflinks to give a bit of variety to your shirt collection.
Mr. Kabbaz, Reading between the lines, it Â appears you might have an agenda here ? Â
PS: Forgive me if I have over-insinuated. I mean no disrespect.