I keep my work pants, weekend pants, colored pants, sweatpants, sleep pants, sleep shorts and and the suit I wore the day Joy and I got married and the khakis I was wearing the day of my surgery on the bottom bar. They are all organized in sections. I own nine pairs of khakis. Six fit me. Three are too big but I love them too much to get rid of them. My orange cords, pink chinos and baby blue chinos are all there too.
The higher bar is filled with my suits, my sportscoats, my dress shirts, my long sleeved button downs, my short sleeved button downs, my golf shirs, my sweatshirts and my rugby shirts. Each of those categories is organized in ROY G. BIV order with white on the left and black on the right. I own 19 dress shirts (that fit me - I have five more that are too big but that I love). I own 11 long sleeved button downs, seven golf shirts, six short sleeved button downs, four sweatshirts (one from Brown, one from Cornell, one from Quinnipiac and one from Wichita State) and two rugby shirts.
That's it, Name Withheld. A tour of my closet (and chest of drawers).
Good luck with considering surgery. I hope you make the decision that is truly right for YOU and that makes YOU happy. Surgery is not for everyone and - if I can put on my Shrink's Hat I would argue that the surgery will not make you happy or fashionable on its own and it probably won't automatically net you a wife like mine either (she is amazing but she was with me long before my surgery so I can't really attribute that win to my GB either).