I just read an article that highlighted these points:
-Wearing a suit makes you your brain think differently. A great suit illuminates confidence. People treat me so differently when I wear a suit versus when I do not wear a suit. Today at the bank, I was dressed down in khakis and a linen shirt and the bank teller (nosey as always) asks 'Where is your suit today?' I responded: It's at the tailor.
Moreover, the way that people treat you may directly effect how you think. When you are more confident then your success rate may increase.
According to the Wall Street Journal, a sample size of employees have implied that men who wear suits have a higher profit margin than those who wear suits to work.
-Wearing a suit is a sign of success Look at the people who wear suits. They are all successful. Go to church and the people wearing a suit are usually ones who have 'made it' but the ones who are in casual clothes or slouches are the ones who have no money. News anchors wear suits.
I was a baby, I don't remember, but if you mean like an espectacular dress for a special event, for example in my graduation dress, which was similar to what you'd see in a red carpet, I almost cried, it was so perfect and also what it meant