I notice very few of you have mentioned or found favor with four-button suits. I am partial to these and three-button suits because I have a very slim but cut build. I do, however, have a mix of two, three, and four-button suits to keep things diverse and to not give the impression that I wear the same suit every three days, as some people give me at times. I do not know why many of you have chosen to omit the four-button option from the list. It is very stylish and if purchased in a stylish colour and fit, it can be a very dashing look. I know very well that my girlfriend loves my black four-button with a white spread-collar dress shirt, black/faint gray-striped tie, gray large v-neck light sweater and "puritan" silver brace slip-on dress shoes. Personally I would build my wardrobe with a black four-button, black three-button, banker gray three-button, light gray or tan four-button, dark olive two-button, and a high format navy blue two-button blazer. Add more variety if you have the money to spend. Unfortunately, I am 18 and I have very expensive tastes, which means I use a great deal of money very quickly. As a result, I admittedly only have six suits. However, with those and the great number of ties, dress shirts, sweaters, belts, and shoes, I very rarely wear the same outfit within two or three months. So, my advice would be to build a wardrobe that you can afford and that can provide at least the illusion of a much larger range than in actuality exists.