I hang my trousers on one rack in my closet. I pick the pair on the far right every morning and it dictates my attire for the day.
I have a stool in my closet. Under it I have one of three pairs of shoes I will wear to work. When I put them on I move one of the other pairs to under the stool for tomorrow and move the third pair up one spot. When I come home I take off the shoes and put them at the end of the line.
I hang my shirts on one rack. The shirts coming back from the laundry go in on the right. I pick the shirt to wear each day by browsing from left to right.
I have about 40 ties on 10 rods. The 10 ties on the inside of each rod comprise the selection of ties I will consider wearing for the day. When I come home I hang it to the outside and slide the others on the rod towards the middle.
My socks are lined up in one drawer and I load from one end and pick to wear from the other.
You might say I am an equal opportunity clothes wearer.
Who am I?