But then, Chavie had to continue.
She goes on about the depravity of this generation. Specifically, how a friend's daughter is wearing a skirt above the knee. Oh no!
Um, Chavie, didn't we just finish discussing the importance of NOT JUDGING PEOPLE!?
Over and over again, our Torah discusses the importance of proper speech. Don't judge, don't slander, don't gossip. I think there are at least twenty separate mitzvos (if not more) related solely to speech. However, the Torah has four--count 'em, four!--mitzvos related to dress for those of us who are not the Kohen Gadol. And one of those is by implication only.
- Men don't wear women's clothes
- Women don't wear men's clothes
- Don't blend linen and wool.
- (this is the one that's implied) married women must cover their hair.