Jesus wore a robe in Israel. Kweku wore a dashiki in Ghana. Anfisa wore a sarafan in Russia. Ki-woong wore a hanbok in Korea. Farrah wore a hashimi in Iraq. Steve wore jeans in America.
Each type of outfit whether in different cultures or within the same culture could be acceptable for worship if first the heart is acceptable to worship. If the heart comes before God is spirit and in truth, God is praised, because that is who he seeks (John 4:24). Let's not put each other into boxes. Doing so is akin to putting God in a box, since God is the one who created us in the first place (Jeremiah 1:5). He gave us freedom to live!
Let's remember that Moses took off his sandals to worship God in bare feet (Exodus 3:5). I believe God was pleased. Let's remember that David danced without any outer clothing (2 Samuel 6:22). I believe God was pleased. Let's remember that Jesus took his outer garments off to wash the disciples feet (John 13:4). I believe God was pleased. Let's remember that Peter, Paul, and many others worshiped God in dirty, grimy prisons (Acts 12:5; Acts 16:25). I believe God was pleased.
God knows your heart. The person who criticizes you for how you dress in worship does not. Take freedom to dress as you desire in worship. Yet take to hear this caution... your body is the very temple of God (1 Corinthians 3:16). Consider that when you pick out your outfit Sunday morning.
Do not easily forget that worship is not simply about what happens on Sunday morning. Worship happens on Monday morning and Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Worship happens when God is glorified. Worship happens when the believer's surgical scrubs has blood on it, when the believer's overalls are covered in dirt, when the believer's shirt is layered with grease. Whether you eat or drink, whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God (Colossians 3:17).
If we can worship God with blood or dirt or grease on our clothes, surely a polo shirt rather than a jacket will suffice for Sunday morning.
worship Him 24/7...