Hi, all. Newbie here. I think I have a good sense of style in my head (the family business is menswear, so I grew up in it and it's burned in for good) but that I've sort of lost the habit of expressing it with what I wear. (It doesn't help that I work in back-office IT, where ultracasual goes to the extreme; some of my coworkers even have hobby farms). Anyhow, I need to do some shopping. One mixed blessing of practically growing up in a clothing store is that I never really had to learn how to shop. So I've got a stupid question: When you're shopping for business casual or streetwear -- so, not suits -- do you think about it in terms of specific outfits, or as part of your whole wardrobe? I know the ideal way to build a wardrobe is with flexible basics that you can mix and match, but that's hard to get started with. I'm not so much worried about what the Flussers and O'Briens recommend, I'm just wondering what you actually end up doing once you're out shopping.