The WTS could have individual jws not being able to comment at meetings or be in the school...People who had been privately or publicly reproved for one
BUT they could still go in the ministry, representing themselves to non-jws as a member without any restrictions (e.g. pedophiles).
I was a teenager during the hippie 60's and early 70's.
Sisters: No miniskirts...skirts had to be 1 inch below the knee; I saw sisters who had to go home and change for field service, even for a talk. I saw elders' wives measure the sisters skirts under an elder's supervision. A talk about sitting down skirts and standing up skirts.
Brothers had to be closely shaved; mustaches allowed in some congregations if neatly trimmed, hair could not touch ears or collars. No sports shoes, black or brown dress shoes. If not complied with, not assigned talks or "privileges."
Speakers could not wear anything but long-sleeved white shirts and matching 2 piece suits.
Of course, then as even now there are exceptions in congregations. I wonder who is going to apply this "stricter" rule, the elders? Usually the ones who disobey the most, including their children. One elder's son wore a purple satiny suit...many times. No one seemed to care.
For the GB that thinks someone's dress and grooming proves there are a homosexual, did not see the All in the Family episode where Archie's football friend.