Well these movies say yes and in subtle and not so subtle ways. Since the dawn of civilization, the way we dress has mattered. Whether it’s for comfort, protection or merely a medium of expression. It is not surprising then that Julia Roberts would be behave and be treated a certain way depending on what she wore in “Pretty Woman.” Nor is it surprising that Sandra Bullock’s character in “The Proposal” is ridiculed when she shows up in Sitka Alaska in heels and wearing a pair of gloves and who can forget the grueling lessons poor Andrea has to learn in “The Devil Wears Prada?” On a lighter note, Katrine Zeta Jones’s role in “Intolerable Cruelty” takes us through a series of wardrobe transformations she she attempts to mold herself to fit the lifestyles of the objects of her affection or accurately the subjects of her schemes. Our personal favorite though is the subtle ways in which Amy Adam’s character subconsciously tailors her looks from big city living in Boston to not propose to Declan in an Irish country Pup in Dingle! So it appears, whether you care or not, the way you dress matters.