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I'm going to say that Jesus would likely go with loose fitting clothing (not of mixed fibers) that hides dirt, sweat, and tears well.
Reminds me of a slice of life I know about. Fr. Daniel Berrigan was a Catholic priest who was a radical and an activist for justice and peace He especially had a focus on trying to get the U.S. to dismantle all of their nuclear weapons. He was routinely arrested for braking through the chain link fences around missile silos and doing things like banging on the silo lids with a hammers and pouring blood on them. He rarely wore the traditional black clerical garb and collar. Instead, he almost always wear blue jeans with a blue denim work shirt. When he was asked one time why he did that, he replied, "When you follow Jesus, you need to look good ….. on wood."
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