No. When "es passt dir" it is translated as it "it suits you". For example: "Lass uns um 18 Uhr treffen. Passt dir?" It's like ... is it ok with you? Informal usage is "Das passt." - "That suits me". "stehen" is usually used for clothes. However, you are allowed to say "Das Kleid passt dir gut". Normally it comes with an adjective, but stehen is the traditional use. Passen here sounds good, but people would look at you strangely.
When it means "to stand", it is intransitive (there is no object). "dir" in object position automatically lets us know that this is one of those special verbs in which the direct object becomes the subject and the person who would with another verb be the subject becomes the indirect object.