I was recently texting a friend and fellow SF member about clothes when he asked "Are you the David Coggins type? Meaning, do you feel better wearing tailoring day to day (even at home)? I've heard him talk about that." I responded that yes, I do feel better wearing tailoring because it makes me feel cool and special in some way. He suggested that perhaps that stems from a more basic human need for "significance," which is one of 6 core human needs identified by Tony Robbins (building on the concept of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs). I thought it would be interesting to create a thread for discussion on this concept with a poll to see if anybody else finds a light bulb going off in their head. You can take a survey to discover your primary needs out of the 6 here: http://six-human-needs-test.herokuapp.com/members/new Take that quiz, then vote in the poll with what your primary needs are—you can pick up to 2 because most people have two near the top. Here's a short article where he briefly explains the six needs: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/240441 Do you think the results of the test are accurate? How do you think your core needs influence the way you dress, if at all? What ways do you think that influence comes out in your approach to menswear?