These are just general guidelines which should be followed at all times.
Pants which are not skin tight or skirts which extend at least past the knee. Shirts which are not extremely form fitting and absolutely no visible cleavage. The sermon recommends that a collar go no deeper then two fingers width below the chin. I think that is just a wee bit extreme. Bare shoulders are to be avoided as well. I don't have the knowledge of popular culture and fashion needed to make specific clothing choices.
Collared or button down shirts. Undershirts are extremely encouraged. Jeans should not have visible tears or rips and should not be worn at Mass. Men should not put as much time or thought into their appearance and dress as women. However, some attention in this area is required to avoid looking slovenly.
Another nice tidbit from the linked sermon is that passionate kissing is mortally sinful for the unmarried because they do not have the license to stir up the passions which those of the married state do.
The following is some paraphrasing from about 25 minutes.
Modesty does not mean girls are not supposed to be colorful and pretty. Our Lady is beautiful. She wore bright blue and bright red. Clothes can be form fitting but they can't be tight.
I think this sermon www.audiosancto.org from the same Priest states that our obligation to avoid giving scandal only extends to that which would give scandal to the majority of right minded individuals with properly formed consciousnesses. If wearing a long skirt and shoulder covering blouse gives scandal to pervy McPervenson you are in no way culpable. If you choose to wear the most mini of mini skirts and spandex top which looks to have come from a bad 80's workout video then you are very much responsible for the sandal you have created because this attire would cause temptation in most men with properly formed consciousnesses.
I should state that scandal doesn't mean being shocked. It means being tempted into sin by the actions of another.
Of course here's the picture!
Women: Skirts should definitely be below the knee. I don't think long skirts are necessary but maybe for church and other more formal occasion maybe they are good idea. I am very anti pants on women. I suppose jeans are ok for very casual events, but when I ever meet up with a woman for a date and she is wearing jeans, I instantly know she really isn't that into me. I think the most important thing is to cover the chest area. It never ceases to amaze me how many even good moral standing women take liberties in that area.
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