It's interesting to me that about the only place you can "legally" see someone dressed in the ceremonial clothing is at a funeral. Otherwise, we are very careful to keep those clothes from being seen by others--even in the temple, you cannot walk around in your ceremonial clothing. You must remove it to go to a waiting area or any other place besides the celestial room or dressing room.
I say that we need to teach our people to find their answers in the scriptures...But the unfortunate thing is that so many of us are not reading the scriptures. We do not know what is in them, and therefore we speculate about things that we ought to have found in the scriptures themselves. I think that therein is one of our biggest dangers of today."
--President Harold B. Lee, December, 1972