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- It is important to maintain a level of modesty at all times even at night.  Therefore, one should not reveal areas that are usually covered even when getting dressed, unless it is necessary. 
- One should cover one's head before getting dressed because the head is the most important part of the body and we want to show it the appropriate amount of respect. 
- A talmid chacham should make sure that his clothes are in accordance with his importance and to be neat and clean and make sure his clothing is not torn or stained. 
- One should be careful not to put on two articles of clothing at once. 
- One should not wear one's clothing inside-out, as this can also cause one to forget one's Torah. 
- One should put on one's right shoe before one's left shoe  However, one should tie the left shoelaces before the right ones. 
- Women should also tie the left shoe first. 
- One should remove one's left shoe before one's right shoe. 
- Mishna Brurah 2:1 writes that a standard of modesty is needed at all times since Hashem’s presence fills the entire world always.
- Shulchan Aruch 2:1 writes that one should get dressed while under the blanket and not get up and then get dressed. Mishna Brurah 2:1 writes that this idea applies in general that one should not reveal the areas usually covered unless it is necessary. Iggerot Moshe YD 3:47:3 says that if this would cause a person discomfort they would not need to do this.
- Ben Ish Chai Vayishlach Halacha 17
- Rambam Hilchot Deiot 5:9
- Kaf Hachayim 2:6 quoting the Arizal because this can cause one to forget one's Torah.
- Shulchan Aruch 2:3
- Shulchan Aruch 2:4
- Halacha Brurah 2:6
- Laws of Daily Living by Rav Simcha Bunim Cohen page 52
- Shulchan Aruch 2:5.