We are clothed with Christ. He puts Himself on us as well as within us. But we also act in this dressing of ourselves by and with Him. He chooses us; and we allow Him His choice. We allow Him to live in us and to clothe us with Himself.
Salvation is both a “putting in” and a “putting on” of Christ both by Himself and by us.
Once we are clothed with Christ, in one sense we all rather look alike — we look like Him. Yet, we each are dressed by and in Him in unique ways with particular talents or spiritual gifts. Just as Paul says, we are individual parts of the greater Body of Christ, each of value, each amazingly unique yet like Him.
Perhaps when we stand in front of the mirror, we ought to recognize that we can choose to take off the outer layers of Christ and stand ‘naked’ before the world; but we can’t take Christ out of ourselves and put Him back in the closet. He remains within us. He clothes us from the inside out.