Ask me anything. EDIT: Starting from left to right: [b]Back row[/b]: [u]Versace jeans[/u]. Skinny, but have a bit of spandex in them so they're super comfortable. [u]Buffalo Jeans[/u]. Loose fitting, so they make good casual pants and the color adds a bit of pop to them (or makes me look gay, I never really know). [u]True Religion jeans[/u]. Definitely one of my dressier pairs. One of the rare skinny-fit pairs I've ever found, and the material is not flexible so it's hard to be truly comfortable in them (also, button fly. Yikes.). But when they're on, I feel like a million bucks. [u]Canali dress shirt[/u]. Blue stripes, light blue undertone. Fitted. [b]Middle row[/b]: [u]Zegna corduroys[/u]. Made of what they're known for; the incredibly soft fabric. It rivals that of Brioni. [u]Canali sweater[/u]. The fit is practically skin-tight, but the cotton is very soft and flexible. Very textured, as well. [u]Saks Black Label button-up shirt[/u]. More sporty than a dress shirt...also not quite long enough to tuck in properly. The fabric is also incredibly soft for cotton, and almost feels like a night shirt. Even though it isn't. [b]Front row[/b]: [u]Canali jacket[/u]. Linen. Very cool summer jacket; loose fit. It's actually a size too big for me, but it's my most expensive jacket. So I make it work...whatever the cost. [u]Old Navy polo[/u]. Breaks up the list, doesn't it? I wear it equally as dressy as everything else, and it's great casually as well. I like wearing it with the best on the right, notably. [u]Salvatore Ferragamo vest[/u]. Silk. My dad got it for me off Ebay. [u]Calvin Klein T-shirts[/u]. They are by no means dressy, but they both have very subtle features that can make them sporty. Both of them were made in Egypt, of Egyptian fabric. Also, the watch is a Movado. It has yellow gold accents. My dad and I both share the large stockpile of shoes in the closet, most of which are very dressy. We have a lot from a brand called To Boot New York, a couple pairs of Cole Haan, Ferragamo, and my dad also bought a few cheap pairs of Prada, also off Ebay. Disclaimer: These are just a selection of my favorites, even though not all (I'm actually wearing a pair of Dior jeans as I am writing this) of my wardrobe.