A prom is a formal event. The fact that it is attended by hormone driven adolescents is irrelevant. Attendees wear tuxedos, even if that means ill-fitting rentals in a color spectrum that the human eye can barely distinguish. If he isn't going to be wearing MC any time soon, why even wear the suit? Why not a go pure streetwear? While improper for the situation, that would have taken balls. What we see is a discordant mixture of styles that are simply terrible together. The suit says MC, the shirt and tie combo say middle management at Initech, and the shoes say....something. I don't know because I don't speak their language. I was probably too harsh but I was mostly trying to dissuade people from encouraging that type of dress. It isn't like he doesn't have the resources to find out whether that outfit was in any way acceptable, both in general terms and in terms of the specific event he was attending. You maybe a snowflake now, but you only got that way by being H2O first. When you're cool enough, you can be the snowflake. You never start off that way.