Can someone give me some guidelines about a good ratio of business clothes? Obviously, this figure would be skewed if I had to wear a suit each day, but I only wear an actual suit once in a blue moon. I am in a semi-formal business office where the man in charge dresses nice but not overly formal (i.e. top button not buttoned always, wool ties, chinos as opposed to dress pants sometimes etc...) Fridays are more casual, so no shirt/tie, so these are only worn 4x/week. Everything can pretty much mix and match well. Anyways, I have about this: Suits--TWO Ties-- TWELVE Dress Pants-- EIGHT Shirts--FIFTEEN Jackets/Sports Coats--FOUR Dress Shoes--FIVE Sweaters work over shirts in winter--TWO Does this ratio generally sound right? If not, what do you think, in general, I should concentrate on?