Clothing is so incredibly cheap these days, I think I'd struggle to spend 13K on a wardrobe. At the local salvation army pants and shirts are 10 - 15 at most.

So . . . let's say I'm naked and homeless and want work appropriate clothing for two weeks, for every season of the year.

Indoor clothes:

14 short-sleeve undershirts - 140$

14 dress shirts - 210$

4 pairs of dress pants - 40$

4 pairs of jeans - 40$

4 pairs of jogging pants/sweat pants - 40$

14 pairs of shorts - 140$

14 short sleeve golf shirts - 140$

A belt - 10$

We're up to 760$.

We need outerwear.

Fall jacket (leather) - 25$

Winter ski jacket - 30$

Toque - 10$

Scarf - 10$

Gloves (light weight, leather) - 10$

Gloves (heavy weight, ski) - 15$

Sun hat - 10$

Rain jacket - 15$

Fall boots - 30$

Winter boots - 40$

Running shoes - 20$

Dress shoes - 30$

Now we're at 1,005$

I usually buy socks and underwear new . . . but a bag of 14 socks isn't expensive. Maybe 20$? Underwear is at most 5$ . . . so 14 pairs would be 70$.

OK, up to 1,095 $

Now, let's say that I was being completely unreasonable with prices . . . so we'll double 'em just for a safety margin.

2, 190$ . . . for a full complement of outerwear, two weeks (probably more actually - underwear has two sides) of clothing, winter and summer clothes.

So . . . I guess we spend the other 10 grand on hookers and blow now?