Dude. Perfect. THAT is the real deal. Love it.h ahh ahha, I love that so many of us are not posers. Nothing wrong with a suit, wore them many years for work, when I was younger and worked for others. I've worked for myself since 2000 and never looked back. Once you work for yourself, it is almost impossible to work for someone else, unless you are of one mind. There are a few people I know I would work for or with, but it's not many.
I tell my 17 yr old this all the time. I always tell him, "I'd worry more about your character than your suit or clothing" as he is always wanting to "look" successful. Which is ok, but I've just seen too many posers in my time. We just bought him his first real suit... he looks fantastic, but it's all fluff. Character is detected as soon as you open your mouth and speak (or if often enough, when you write - writing takes longer because it's missing the other 90% of non-verbal communication).