Compared to some, I am considered "young" to be wearing suits and ties, etc. I can't go a day where someone at my work asks why I am "dressed up". People like to joke with me, "hey, going to a job interview?" to "going to a funeral?" or some other variation. My simple reply is no, just feel like dressing up. But to me, it's not dressing "up" or dressing stylishly because I am not fashionable. I wear what I want to wear; you want to wear your polo shirts and docker pants, perfectly fine. I enjoy wearing suits. Perhaps I am in a time warp; but it seems like most people in my age group (21) could care less what they wear. I am wondering, does this ever change? At what age did you start embracing your "sartoriality"? Every once in awhile several men in the office get together and wear a shirt and tie. Everyone looks good and compliments are handed around like a free round of beer, as it is a welcome change to polos/short sleeve monstosities and dockers/jeans I am sure this is the SF-AAAC Syndrome, because I have learned a great deal from here (although I only recently starting contributing, I lurked for at least a year), but at the same time have a hard time having to come up with a reason as to the way I dress. I don't feel I need one; everyone else feels I do.