If you don't know, what you wear says a lot about the kind of person you are. If you show up at an event looking decent, it means you are a decent person. On the other hand, if you are dressed up in an unacceptable manner, it means you are not decent. Although that may not be the truth in all cases, the world has clearly stated that judging someone by the first appearance is acceptable.
The case is not different when you are showing up for church on a Sunday. In fact, it gets tougher when you are going for a religious meeting. In church, we expect everyone to look extremely decent. Most churches have a very strict rule when it comes to what you wear. It is very unacceptable to wear an outfit that will expose sensitive parts of your body as it will be a distraction to others.
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