He can wear something that people can like and not be naked. Considering the latter is the basic function of clothing, it seems to me he has achieved the basic utility of clothing AND the notable perk of some folks liking it.
However, since nothing short of blind adherence to your views will suffice, let's just say you're right and be done with it.
Correct. He has clothed himself...though even this is not necessary in some societies...i.e., many towns in Vermont have no law prohibiting public nudity. In fact, upon the discovery of this omission of law...there were large groups of citizens who proudly displayed themselves in the town common places.
But, let's not dodge the real matter here. This is not the "one shirt" that works with all outfits and always will. This is an ideal much like Plato's forms...but we are not perfect...we can not reach such a lofty ideal. And so there are some shirts that are inherently better than others. But this shirt...falls at the very bottom rung...because it cannot achieve success in a business outfit...and it cannot achieve success in a casual outfit. It cannot achieve real harmony within an outfit anywhere...because it in and of itself lacks harmony.
There is a time and a place for a contrast collar just as there is for a plaid shirt. But there is never a time and a place for a plaid shirt with a contrast collar.
Simply put...there are myriad options that work better...hence this shirt is a less than optimal choice.