I try to dress nicely but that's not nearly as formal as it used to be. Part of that is I don't own the same clothes that I used to. When I started in a sales job twenty years ago I was expected to be in a suit every day. By the mid 90's (i was in high tech) most folks were in khakis and sports shirts at work. If I was in a suit there was too much of a discrepancy so I relaxed what I wore. In my current job the only day I've worn a suit was on my job interview. So I don't have a closet full of suits anymore. I wear to church what I'd wear to work to a "big" meeting. In the winter that usually means nice slacks, a starched shirt, tie and a sport coat. As the weather gets warmer that might relax down to khakis, a sport shirt and a sport coat or khakis and a starched white shirt sans tie. Never understood the rational for wool suits when it's 90 degrees/90 % humidity. I suppose if you're "refined" you still look crisp and cool - I on the other hand sweat like a pig and look ridiculous wearing a suit in the summertime here.