At my church we have Metallica t-shirts through to moleskin trousers, Boden to Joe Bloggs. I'm a big believer that the Gospel must change how we think about our appearance. We must dress so as not to give offence or distraction to others. Hot summer sun certainly doesn't mean that 'flesh is best' when it comes to female dress code. Nor should metal-heads force their anguished t-shirt art-work on ladies of a more nervous disposition.
That said, we all have tastes and preferences, and we are all learners, struggling to work out how we can point each other to Christ in how we behave when we're together as church. Dress with loving consideration for others, and be humble-minded towards others with what they come wearing. I am neither built up by hot ties or hot pants, but don't lose sleep if people come with either. Just as long as our hearts are serious about seeking God's grace in Christ.
Respect to Eddie for another gem.