So, Im in my 30's. I have lived abroad, appreciate clothing, ride motorcycles, go hiking, travel and generally enjoy life. I am now embarking on making a forever home and building a family. This being my last bit of freedom to do what i'd like. I would really enjoy having a closet that reflects the clothes i have always wanted to wear. (vintage, fades, classic/relaxed) I have always been a person that buys things they like but never been able to "build" a really interchangeable wardrobe that tied together well. My current inspiration is this fine gentlemen in japan: https://www.instagram.com/the.daily.obsessions/ I am just wondering practical advice to starting this endeavour. Id honestly just buy his wardrobe if it was a size or 2 up. I would appreciate buying things 2nd hand as much as possible. ummm yeah i know there are how to guides to buying wardrobes, but they seem much more suited to a businessman. the casual appeal im going for seems a mish mash so harder for myself to pin down what i should be buying now.