Modesty reflects discipleship, leaders say

In a world where movie stars, pop culture, and reality television are defining standards of beauty and dress, Latter-day Saint women should be distinct and different, say general auxiliary leaders of the Church.

The way Latter-day Saint women dress reflects an “outward understanding of an inward commitment,” said Sister Elaine S. Dalton, Young Women general president.

The Relief Society general presidency, the Young Women general presidency, and the Primary general presidency recently met with the Church News to discuss the identity of Latter-day Saint women and how that impacts the way they dress, speak, think, and act.

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