I know this will sound crazy to some people. But, this will make perfect sense to some others. I bought 40 shirts at Costco (Dylan George). 3 different colors, but same design.
About 3 years ago I bought 29 Calvin Klein T-Shirts. For 2 years those Calvin Klein v-necks were "my look" that I truly enjoyed. Costco brought back the same shirts earlier this year. They were the same design as before, but they used entirely different (stupid) material that they couldn't pay me enough for me to wear them.
After two years I wore out all my CK shirts, so I had to throw them out, I spent over a year looking for my new shirts with no luck. Then I finally found these Dylan George T-Shirts at Costco. It's the brand name I have never heard of. They were only $9.99 each, and they fit me well. They are slim fit. The sleeves are shorter than conventional t-shirts - I like that. It has a small pocket that separates these shirts from most t-shirts that are basically undershirts. I really like these shirts. I found my new look. So, I bought 40 of them.
$400 is a lot of money, but, to me, this was a smart investment. I wish had I bought 70 Calvin Klein shirts 3 years ago, instead of measly 29. What was I thinking?? x_0
Anyway, I've been hearing random compliments about my shirt. Some dude even asked me if I work out. It's good to know they like my shirts, because they will see them for a few years. Haha.
Stack of 28 shirts
40 shirts in the closet. After washing them, I hang my shirts on the right side. I wear whatever that's hanging on the left side. So the shirts will slowly rotate from right to left. It will take 40+ days to complete a rotation. It will rotate 9 times in one year.