Well-dressed men devote thought to their clothes. Wardrobes, like most things in life, need to be managed.
Thinking men periodically take an inventory of their clothes, discarding worn, stained and outdated items. They purge things that haven't been worn in more than a year. And they keep the remainder in good repair.
By the beginning of each season, the man with a managed wardrobe has acquired his clothes for that season, including his requirements for special occasions such as weddings and holidays. And he's thinking about his clothes for the season to come, so he will have replacements for things that are nearing the end of their useful or fashionable lives.
With proper planning a man never finds himself forced to purchase a bright blue raincoat at the last minute because there's nothing else available.