I don't really think that is needed, but a good dose of reality is beneficial at times, if only to maintain a positive orientation, and keep on line.
Men are socially more restricted in the amount of clothing or amount of skin shown. I am not allowed in most establishments with out a shirt on, and if I wore a bikini top, tube top, or skimpy halter top I would still not be allowed in.No shirts no service.
If I attend a formal function, I am expected to wear t-shirt, shirt, tie,vest/cumberbun (?),jacket and slacks.The female attending with me could concievabley wear an elegantly designed spagetti straped dress with maybe a slip or not if lined...thats it...end of list. And so which of us has the greater expectation placed upon them by society?
I would say that this same scenerio could be applied to lessor events as well.