Impressive that you have managed to actually transfer all that stuff everywhere you went, to even end up still having it in the first place.I would wear all my tennis clothes. Years ago, I used to play everyday whether it was for a pickup game, league or a tournament. But between all my military moves and having kids, I only had chances to play every once in a while.
The clothes with tags are only from the 2010. I was actually stationed in Italy at that time and the Nike tennis sleevelesses were only available in Europe. I would buy them when I see them in the stores. Then two more moves later, storage bin after storage bin, my tennis clothes eventually all got lost in the mix.
Fast forward to today and we're spending still trying to purge all the closets in the house and finish emptying bins and boxes. My wife had an easier time getting rid of most of her tennis wardrobe. I am still going through bins like these:
I was curious, as that sort of meticulous photography and arrangement to what looks like new items is more typical for collectors, but then again these things accumulate over time and at some point become pointless clutter, if one doesn't use them, which is why I asked.