I work in internal consulting for a major financial services firm and the dress code here is business casual. Just some dress pants, a button up, and dress shoes. Most people dress properly, but I like to take it one step further and wear shirts and pants that fit. I have a slim frame anyway, so all the OTR stuff is boxy and makes me look stupid. So I get all my shirts tailored to have them fairly slim-fitting. My slimmest and best-fitting shirts are from moderntailor.com. But recently, I've taken a liking to wearing ties with my shirts and since most people in the office don't wear ties (even the senior people), my fellow analysts asked me what the occasion was, as if I had dressed up for something. The only time people wear ties, and maybe even a jacket/blazer, is when they're presenting in front of a client. To be frank, I am dressing better than my superiors and peers by wearing a tie, so should I stop? I don't want to stand out in a bad way by dressing "too nice." I haven't received any comments from senior people and everyone stopped asking me why I'm wearing ties (albeit, I only wear them 2-3 times a week; based on the reactions I get here, I'll either start wearing them everyday, or continue as is with 2-3 times a week). I'm not quite sure if this topic is laughably inane in its content and proposed severity, but I'm really unsure as to whether I'm silently killing my career.