I just finished reading "The Just City" by Jo Walton, and I would very much recommend it. Now why, might you ask, would a story about someone realizing Plato's ideal of a city state, relate to the Attire language? Because we deal both justly, and unjustly, in how we attire ourselves.
How we choose to present ourselves to the world is predicated largely on how our culture imagines we should be. Regardless of how individual we claim ourselves, we are informed and affected by the culture of which we are a part. So, we bring onto our bodies the imagery, shapes, colors and proportions that best express the dominant cultural aesthetic of the time we inhabit. The hipster dudes of the San Francisco Mission District are expressing less of themselves, than they are of the dominant cultural paradigm, though if you challenged them on it they would deny you.