I'm 22 and about a year ago I put on a suit for the first time for my wedding. Sice then I've always felt uncomfortable wearing t-shirts and pants. In fact I've felt uncomfortable in anything other than in a suit. When I do find the excuse to wear one, people give me a lot of praise and ask me why I ever wear anything else. I go out a lot to dance and I'm often in the public, also I started working temporarily in 'Dressmann' which is a men's fashion store. The most expensive suits we sell range up to about €400. But we have various ranges etc. I dress semi-formal for my work but I've asked, and my boss said I can dress as formally as I like. Basically my question is. As a young adult is it possible for me to wear suits, ties and dress pants etc. as everyday public attire? Or will I look out of place and ridiculous. I live in Finland, in Europe and obviously where I work I see a lot of men wearing suits. Many who don't look so good and many who I envy like crazy. The thing is. I don't have a valid excuse for wearing them. I'm not a law student or a lawyer or businessman, or something like that at all. So I feel like I have no valid reason for wearing them. Plus there's the fact that I know it's Europe and people dress well here (I'm from Australia) but I feel so young, too young to be wearing a suit. Also I go to nightclubs a lot, and the people I see there wearing suits are always a lot older than me. I'm worried that I'd feel like an idiot in their presence. Money isn't a factor here if someone can explain to me how I could adopt this new style of dressing. Though I'd probably not spend more than $500 on a suit, and I don't want to look like I'm dressed up for a job interview every single day. But whilst I work where I work, I would like to take advantage of the ability to wear suit attire and hopefully 'wear-in' the feeling of being used to wearing them. So to sum it up. Can I wear a suit, tie and dress pants attire in public as everyday dress code? Bearing in mind I'm only 22, and that I live in Finland (Europe) and I have no reason to dress like that except that I love the look and feel of a suit. Taking everything I've said into account. What do you veteran suit wearers suggest and if I get the green light, please suggest to me what is appropriate and what isn't. So don't spare any detail whatsoever! Regards, Daniel P.S. Here's a picture of me.