There is ample evidence from Scripture that clothing speaks. The problem today is that many young people have not been taught by their parents the language of clothing. There are many issues to this topic, but the one bothering me lately is….
Girls whose skirt is “long enough” and not tight, but actually cut and designed in such a way as to say, “guess what’s under here?” It bothers me that independent baptist girl’s fathers would let their daughters dress this way. Men, don’t be afraid to tell your daughter that the skirt she wants to wear is sexually suggestive! Who should tell her about these things? You, or the other guys and girls? And girls, don’t just think that because the skirt is the right length and is not tight, it’s all OK.
OK, I’m done for now, but this is not just an idiosyncrasy. Your clothes speak for you, even if you don’t know its vocabulary.