The dress or manner of life adopted by whoever embraces the faith that leads to God does not matter to the Heavenly City, provided that these things do not contravene the divine precepts. Hence, when philosophers become Christians, they are required to change their false doctrines; but they are not compelled to change their dress or their customary mode of life, for these are not an impediment to religion.
St. Augustine, City of God: Book XIX, Ch 19
How sensible St. Augustine is! What he said way back when is still pertinent today, and so, you need not dress like Jumper Queens (young and sweet only...) unless you really want to. Modesty is not synonymous with a particular garb, but is a virtue concerning moderation in all things: dress, manners, estimation of self, pursuing some goal, eating, drinking, etc.
In any case, 'tis pancakes for breakfast with real maple syrup. Yum.