I need help picking out a new wardrobe for my post college life. I can spend $400-500 a month. What should I buy first? Should my first purchase be a blazer? Will a blazer have more uses than a suit? Is a blazer too casual for interviews? Should my second purchase be dress shoes? I like Allen Edmond Strand in walnut. Is this a good shoe, or must I stick to black dress shoes? Should I save for two months and buy the 2 for $999 suits at Brook Brothers? Is there a better suit in the same price range? I could open a BB charge for the 15% discount and that would give me enough room to buy a third suit. Are dark blue, charcoal, and light brown good choices for three suits? There is only one rule. I do not want to buy items that will need to be upgraded later. I want to buy once. In other words, I do not want to buy a blazer for $200 with the knowledge that in a year I will have to spend $500 on a better blazer. I would prefer to save and buy the $500 blazer and not throw $200 away. In 5 months I would have a blazer, 3 suits, and dress shoes. Is that a good start? Can the same blazer be worn more than once a week to work with a different shirt, tie, and pants? I assume most people hang their blazer, so the only time it is worn is walking in the office and walking out. Will people notice the same blazer worn more than once? What did everyone do when they started buying nice cloths? Did you have a plan? What are the highest priority purchases?