It was funky! My parents called it the "Used-Car salesman" suit. I also had a gold coloured one with big flashy buttons and wore a bright blue shirt underneath it, and wore a few sports jackets that I wore with cords. I felt the way I expressed earlier. So I had fun with it. You know, I remember listening to a special needs talk, saying that men COULD ONLY WEAR WHITE DRESS SHIRTS! Evidently, it was a worldly trend to wear coloured shirts. What a crock. I don't remember Jesus ever saying to wear a suit. I think it was the other way around, don't dress to impress. But I guess it's a form of control, more money on expensive suits, means less money for evil persuits. Just an idea anyway.