OP is a 22-year-old woman, who has overcome mental struggles in her teenage years, works diligently, and recently purchased a BMW.
OP's dad disapproves of her casual clothing since she got a BMW; he thinks she should dress more professionally to avoid negative perceptions.
OP's father wants to buy her clothing to change her style, but she is comfortable with her current style.
OP should consider donating the clothes he gives her to charity, a homeless shelter, or a school in need.
Others should not judge anyone based on their appearance or choices.
OP should dress however she likes and not worry about what others think.
If her father gives OP the clothes, she can thank him and donate it to charity if she doesn't intend to wear them.
OP has the right to dress as she pleases and prioritize comfort.
As an adult, OP has the right to choose her clothing, and her father's inappropriate comment should be disregarded.
OP shouldn't worry about others' opinions.
OP is not in the wrong
OP should stick to their own standards and not accept sexist clothes or gifts from her dad.
What OP should do is stick to what makes her feel good and confident. She's worked hard to be mentally healthy and financially stable, so she deserves to enjoy things in her own way.
OP shouldn't feel like she has to dress a certain way just because someone else thinks it's more professional or suitable. If her dad wants to give her clothes that she doesn't like, she can say thank you but politely say no.
It's important to appreciate the thought behind the gifts but not feel pressured to change who she is. OP should be herself and do what makes her happy.