My wife and I have been watching that show “19 kids and counting” and they’re Christian but not Catholic.
One appealing thing about them is that they have a well-defined idea of modesty. For example, the women/girls in their family wear their hair long, and the men/boys wear their hair short and always remain clean-shaven.
So I was wondering, does the Catholic Church have any standards of modesty? My wife and I discussed it, and my main belief is that modesty is way more about actions/attitude than looks. But even after addressing actions/attitude, we still have to consider looks.