Judaism women are expected to dress appropriately at all events and social occasions. the expectations are very high as many things are considered rude or inappropriate as the Judaism culture is very strict especially towards women. A Jewish woman's dress code is dictated by the section of Jewish law known as "Tznius," which translates from Hebrew to mean "modesty." While Orthodox women are required to dress conservatively, the expected levels of modesty when it comes to hair covering and appropriate lengths of skirts, dresses and sleeves vary by sect. Depending on which group they belong to, women observe all, some or none of these dress code requirements.
Judaism Dress Code.
involves information on how Judaism women are expected to dress in public, around the house and at social events and gatherings.