Dress codes for Mormon women include skirt suits, sweaters, dresses and modest-length jackets with blouses. Shirts with sleeves that are shorter than half-length must be worn with a long-sleeve cover shirt. The length of... More »

Guidelines for Mormon women include their conduct, dress code and roles as wives and mothers, as well as their roles in the church. Mormon women do not serve in the priesthood of the church. Mormon women do, however, run... More »

Mormon women wear a special kind of underwear known as "temple garment." Women start to wear the underwear after their first visit to the temple, when they undergo a ceremony known as the "temple endowment." More »

Guidelines for Mormon women include their conduct, dress code and roles as wives and mothers, as well as their roles in the church. Mormon women do not serve in the priesthood of the church. Mormon women do, however, run... More »

Mormon women wear a special kind of underwear known as "temple garment." Women start to wear the underwear after their first visit to the temple, when they undergo a ceremony known as the "temple endowment." More »

Common criticisms of the Mormon religion include that the Mormon church does not meet the criteria to be a historic, apostolic Christian faith; that the Book of Mormon does not have the same authority as the Bible; and t... More »

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Mormon underwear, or temple garments, introduced by Joseph Smith in 1842 and originally for men only, have morphed from an all-over single garment to the simple T-shirts and pants of the modern world. The original garmen... More »