Mark Twain once said, "the finest clothing made is a person's skin, but, of course, society demands something more than this."
This could not be more true than in the world of professional wrestling.
During its illustrious history, WWE has been home to some of the most iconic wrestlers of all-time, as well a collection of the most memorable wrestling costumes ever imagined. The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, Kane, Hulk Hogan and Ultimate Warrior, to name a few, have walked down the aisles of countless sold out arenas bearing unforgettable attire.
Often times, the kind of ring attire a wrestler wears can either catapult him to success, or make him the laughing stock of the crowd (Shockmaster, I'm looking at you).
But in 2013, there are certain grapplers whose look detracts from their character's ability to get "over" with the crowd.
I have chosen six current WWE Superstars who have achieved varying levels of success within the company. I'll explain what is working, what is not and ultimately why they are in need of aesthetic changes to their respective characters.