The Pentecostal Church of God is considered to be a classical branch of Pentecostal Christianity, and it does not dictate a specific dress code. While men and women are expected to dress conservatively, the believers of this faith are allowed to decide their own personal definition of modesty.
There are more than 700 denominations of Pentecostal Christianity, and many different Apostolic Pentecostals have 'holiness standards' that dictate what members of the church must wear. For example, Apostolic Pentecostal women are generally expected to wear long skirts and avoid wearing jewelry. Additionally, men often must keep their hair short, while women are meant to grow their hair long.