Well if that's your point then I disagree, but I don't disagree with you having that point of view.
It was these comments that seemed to be confusing matters:
After all, what is the reason for dressing the way we do, as opposed to they way they do over on SW&D? Is it really just because we like things to be "made better?" Then what's with all the suits and ties?
You have successfully distinguished between two different viewpoints: (1) one way of dress is better than another (at least in some particular ways), and (2) all ways of dress are equally valid, so it just a matter of subjective preference. However, that doesn't settle which is closer to the truth. No one can ever prove one over the other, but as with so many other similar situations, I choose to act as if the former is true. I'd rather always be hunting to improve, even when I must commit to educated guesses, than simply settle on a world where everything is different in meaningless ways.