Good question. I know that some of our sisters in some countries wearing only dress or skirts on Sabbath which rarely is practiced in China. Now I want to ask anyone what the Bible says about it. I guess you may not find a word about it in the Bible or E.G.White's writing. Still I want to say follow your heart, the Holy Spirit will tell you in a little voice and do respect the culture you're surounding. As a christian, we should also respectful to our culture and country's law once it's not against God's. I feel unease when people useing their culture and ethic's standard to misthink others should be the same as they do which is so wrong as God created various people with different color of the skin, even the twins are not the exactly the same. The main thing is our heart inside not outside. what do you say?
I do not see a problem with women wearing pants. Having said that though, I must add that pants have their place and also it depends on the type of pants. Many ladies wear very REVEALING pants to work and that should not be, and also, I do not support women wearing pants to church. Otherwise I am fine with it.... but not too short though, exposing too much.
As for me I personaly feel no, and according to the word of God it's says what kind of dress we shoul wear.
But today we just do what we like. All that I can say is search the Word of God and let the Holy Spirit Lead you.
No, I will tell them to read the word of God and follow what the Lord wants best for you.
If you are a child of God, let us follow all that says. It is how we reflect Christ in our day to day life, that is
how we Dress Reflects what kind of person you are. So let the Holy Spirit lead you.
Strength and honor are her clothing (It does not offend )Proverbs : 31:25
Her clothing is fine linen and purple (good quality )
adorn themselves in modest apparel ( simple, not vain) 1 Timothy 2:9,10
With propriety ( appropriate to the purpose) 1 Timothy 2:9
Let your modesty be known to all men - Philippians 4:5
Trousers can be modest, some dresses aren't modest. With clothing, modesty is the issue, not the style.
It always comes back to modesty (as 1Tim.2 says)...
An interesting article can be found on the Ellen G. White web site (http://www.whiteestate.org/books/bhp/bhpc13.html). It doesn't deal specifically with trousers but is in a similar vein - and it is worth noting that the Reform Dress had a type of "trousers" under the dress/skirt.