Clothing on scale?

I’m curious about whether the algorithms for measurements of BMI, fat %, etc., assume not just bare feet, but bare body - or are based on bare feet while clothed. For example, when I’m dressed, the scale gives me a 2% higher body fat % than when I’m unclothed. Not that I put a lot of faith in these #'s, but which is supposed to be more accurate?

Honestly, I don’t think cloths matters either way since the way it measures body fat is pretty much a gimmick just for fun anyway and far from accurate.

The cloth adds weight, which will skew results.

Right; that’s my point - but if the Wyze algorithm assumes that you’re wearing clothing (except for shoes and socks), then removing clothing would skew results.