I don’t have a spouse, so I don’t have anyone to give me an opinion about how I dress.
I was raised in jeans, so they are what I almost always wear in daily life, when I have a choice. (In the US, jeans were always just very strong, practical pants that would not wear out quickly, so I find it strange when people in other countries think of them as a fashion item.)
I have so few events requiring formal clothes that I actually don’t own any. If I need a suit for some event, I have to go out and buy it. After that one time, I usually can’t wear it again, because my body changes shape so often (usually my shoulders get too big for the suit).
I don’t wear any particular type of color, but I prefer solid-colored shirts, rather than shirts with patterns.
I often get my shoes at an industrial shoe store.
The strangest thing is how my clothes look on me. At one company where I worked, I wore more or less the same kind of clothes my male coworkers did, but people used to remark on my “proletarian” look. They meant that I dressed like the workers in communist propaganda posters from the 1930s. This was strange, because I was wearing the same kind of cotton shirts and ordinary cotton slacks that anybody else wore at the company, and no one thought the other people looked like “proletarians”.