I was born in 1982, I'll just get that out there to give some context. I remember a time when people left the house in jeans and t-shirts, polo shirts and shorts or dressed to go to work. If you were dressed for work, in the white collar world, it was at the least a shirt and tie with nice pants. For blue collar jobs it was clean jeans and a shirt, and if your job required you to get dirty you wore something over the top like coveralls. I grew up in a white collar house, but lived in a blue collar town, so I've seen it all. But now? Now people go out of the house in whatever. I just saw a lady come into my workplace, as a client, in cotton gym shorts. I routinely see people coming in to be seen in pajama pants, sweatpants or yoga pants. I don't care how good a butt you have, but I if you're not going to, or coming from, the gym I don't feel that it's acceptable to leave the house looking like that. I've seen pictures from the 60's where folks wore suits to go to NFL games. Not anymore, though. For me, it's been a very big deal this shift in society, the "I don't care how I present myself to society" attitude. It's pretty sad.