We will not weigh you down with burdensome lists, as you have the freedom to choose, but here is our list anyway.
The Law showed Jehovah’s strong feelings against clothing that does not make clear the distinction between male and female—what has been described in our day as unisex fashion. (Read Deuteronomy 22:5.) From God’s stated direction about clothing, we clearly see that God is not pleased with styles of dress that feminize men, that make women look like men, or that make it hard to see the difference between men and women.
We do not need detailed lists saying which styles of dress are acceptable and which are objectionable. Rather, we are guided by Scriptural principles that allow room for personal preferences.
The principles that we glean from God’s Word should move us to avoid wearing clothing that is tight-fitting...
...our brothers and sisters appreciate it when we refrain from wearing clothes that are so tight or so loose that they are revealing. We should take seriously our responsibility to avoid clothes that may offend others.
Many stores cater to popular fashions, so it may take more time and effort to find modest skirts, dresses, and blouses or suits and slacks that are not too tight.
How grateful we are that Jehovah does not burden us with detailed lists of regulations about our dress and grooming.
Instead, he has permitted us to exercise our free will and make sensible personal decisions...