I have noticed a trend for a while where it seems like the effort and money put into external appearance is inversely proportional to the what's put into the "internal" appearance on men. Frequently, I have seen many "white collar" men, you know, the office workers that wear 3-piece designer suits all the time. Underneath, they are wearing the cheapest old worn-out pair of tighty whities or boxers that they bought at a discount store, several years old, they have holes and stains all over them. I've noticed this at the gym, and knowing some of the guys from jobs I have worked outside of work. OTOH, (and to a certain extent, more like myself) I have seen many men that wear top-dollar underwear from good brands like CK, 2xist, etc, but are wearing worn-out clothes, frequently jeans with holes in them, old-T-shirts, etc. They frequently have a 5-oclock shadow, and unkempt hair. Granted, I see some men on construction sites, where it's hard to keep clean and neat, but I frequently see just average guys like in the grocery store or other places that look like total slobs, but when their shirt pops up, they have on the best underneath. I am like this myself a bit, as I value comfort over appearance more or less when it comes to clothes, but I do try and keep myself looking reasonably neat, despite clothing myself on a target & Wal-mart budget. When I do wear underwear, I like it to be the best I can buy because they will bring the best comfort. Those that are making good enough money to spend 4-digits on a nice suit however, I am quite surprised that they do not put a little more money out and buy something good to go underneath it all and give them some reasonable comfort.