A couple of confusions so grand they mustn't be let standing :
Religious custom or whatever you want to call it, is probably the most conservative thing on earth, and Peter had many things he did that are analogous to what you list : The eating laws, the clothing, The Temple (which they still went to AFTER the Resurrection),etc.
But the essential of the Papacy is the guarding of Faith and Morals, not the clothing for heavens sake.
You are hiding your affiliation but I would like you to Google 'Church FATHERS', that's right, they were called and still are in almost every Christian denomination, Fathers. Jesus did not mean what you say He meant. It's Pope you versus a real Pope on that one.
And, yes, there are defects. Even St Thomas Aquinas was once asked about some of things you mention
St. Thomas was one day with Pope Innocent
the Fourth , when an officer of his
chancery came in with a bag of gold. The Pope profanely
said: "See, young man, the Church is not what
it was in the times when it used to say,
Silver and gold have I none"
-- ”Holy Father, that is very true,
indeed," replied St. Thomas,
"but then it cannot say to the poor afflicted with “
the palsy, Rise, take up thy bed and walk.”