No, the uniforms are goofy because they’re meant to be the “comfort uniforms of the future.” Humans are nicer in the future (according to Star Trek) and it’s mostly because they get to wear their jammies to work. I’d be much happier if I were wearing my flannel PJs right now, instead of a skirt and blouse. The actresses look good in them because they’re actresses, and they’re paid to look good.
If you contrast human “niceness” between different science fiction shows, you can see a correlation between comfortable clothes and pleasant attitudes. In Star Wars, Jedi knights wear bath robes - the ultimate in comfort. Jedi knights, while capable of kicking ass, do so only under extreme circumstances and spend most of their time being very laid-back and relaxed. In Star Trek, Starfleet officers wear form-fitting pyjamas. These are comfortable, but necessitate holding one’s gut in, thus inspiring Starfleet officers to be more enthusiastic about physical activity, and they can get cranky sometimes. On Babylon 5, Earthforce members wear somewhat stiff uniforms with uncomfortable-looking collars. This has a profound effect on their moods, and leads to command decisions such as “Blow them straight to HELL!”
I hope this helps. These are important issues and should be considered carefully.