Rules about how to dress - in the US

The Montana Legislature approved new dress-code guidelines spelling out how both women and men should garb themselves. No jeans, no casual Fridays. And women "should be sensitive to skirt lengths and necklines."

 Is this really so bad?

Is this really so bad?

"It just creates this ability to scrutinize women," said Jenny Eck, Democratic house member.

Lindsey Grovom - a woman - who drafted the bill, was surprised at the uproar. She said there was nothing overtly sexist about asking professionals to dress like professionals.

You'd think people would have the common sense to dress appropriately. But what is "appropriate" anymore? What do you think?

And what ever happened to the idea of "flattering"?