Most importantly, it is a place of worship. That is whytry put on their most appropriate clothing for their meetings, as it is a form of worship, and so deserves a respectful tone. This does not mean that everyone must wear the same thing and the same color and the same style, but it does require some common sense. If you are not sure, it can be a good idea to get a cue from what sort of clothing your local Witness friends wear to meetings, and you will be in the right direction.
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Yes, in fact it does. Referring to how people should worship...
(1 Timothy 2:9, 10) ". . .I desire the women to adorn themselves in well-arranged dress, with modesty and soundness of mind, not with styles of hair braiding and gold or pearls or very expensive garb, 10 but in the way that befits women professing to reverence God, namely, through good works."
This is in no way too restricting or overbearing, and it reflects the way that each person is trusted to use their free will and make wise choice about clothing. The same principle would without a doubt apply equally to men.
In most parts of the world, dedicated Jehovah's Witness women do not wear pants to the kingdom hall. However, in certain regions where it is considered formal wear (such as an Indian Salwar), it is acceptable for them to wear pants. However, since Jehovah's Witness meetings are open to the public, female visitors to kingdom halls are welcome to attend wearing pants.
Our meetings are open to the public and you are free to wear what you like.
Usually suits for the men (with the obligatory briefcase) - 'smart-casual' for the women.
they do ' I didn't know that? To wear a wig is a personal grooming chose. Not all Jehovah's Witness woman wear wigs, just as in society not all woman wear them.
Women still do wear dresses sometimes
men dresses and women dresses
it was law to dresses but, not pants.
it is a women who in the 1700's-1900's made dresses that you put over you petticoat for women. it is a women who in the 1700's-1900's made dresses that you put over you petticoat for women. just a dressmaker who won her right to make dresses
of course i think it is formal , a lot of women wear short dresses as their formal dresses ..
hopi women wore cotton dresses
jingle dresses,manta dresses,ribbon shirts,seminole patchwork skirts,one pice dresses, and Cheyenne buckskin dresses.
Yes, women were expected to wear dresses for most of the 20th C. Katherine Hepburn popularized trousers for women, but, until the 1970s, dresses were the preferred outfit for a woman.
the women wore dresses over dresses the men not yet to be answered
Most Women wore dresses under dresses and underwear.
super short dresses are way hotter and sexier
White stockings look great with wedding dresses.
The Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses request that during Sunday services, women wear dresses. There may be more...
i think it dresses for the women and men for suits
Women wore tight dresses or robes. Men wore skirts. Women also wore long white maxi dresses and a lot of jewellry.
i do not know why they wear long sleeved dresses
you must waer suits fr men and dreses fr women no jeans t shirts, or blue jeans the kingdom hall represents how clean jehovah god is so we should show how clean we are too annd be CLESN
JW's are not given a strict dress code. We are encouraged to dress modestly. That includes both men and women. Each must use their own conscience to decide what is appropriate. My wife, for example, prefers her dresses to come to aproximately knee height when sitting. She feels that this gives her a good balance between comfort on hot days and modesty.--------------------------Modestly as befitting true Christians then yes of course. But as a funny sidenote our sisters are not permitted to cover their legs with trousers whilst at the Kingdom Hall or Conventions. Skirts and dresses only.
they are scottish dresses that the women wear.
A dressmaker makes dresses for women.
Traditional Tagalog clothing
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