I sought help from a traffic cop, who looked me up and down and said: Image copyright AFP Image caption Female civil servants are now allowed to have brightly coloured nails Lindsey Kukunda, an artist and writer, thinks it is an obsession with culture and religion - a fusion that oppresses women. Image caption Some women say they have been attacked for wearing clothes deemed too revealing Civil servants are made aware of the dress rules at induction, says Moses Sempiira, a teacher. Share this article Share With her bold red frames, chunky bangles and penchant for black, she bears a striking resemblance to the fashion world's grandmother-in-chief, Rosita Missoni, another something still making her mark on the fashion world. Image copyright EPA Image caption Traditional African dress would probably fail the new work-clothes guidelines for Uganda's public officers Confusion over a clause that was removed before the bill became law, led to incidents of Ugandan women being publicly undressed. University of Calgary collection. The Oxford Dictionary noted this as the first successful miniskirt revival and the rah-rah skirt even appeared on the cover of Time magazine in Lindsey Kukunda, artist and writer: The year-olds wearing Doc Martens and mini-skirts: The new directive brings new definitions to "dressing decently". In the piece, the miniskirt was described as stopping eight inches above the knee. Children's clothing was not subject to purchase tax whereas adult clothing was. The kids accept the way she looks as normal, but when their friends come round they say "I wish my gran could dress like that". Fully cementing the trend, Jackie Kennedy chose a short white pleated Valentino dress when she married Aristotle Onassis. Once you do that, at my age, you have to start thinking about the scars from my knee replacement op. Ms Nadamba thinks dressing should simply be about appropriateness. Her other secret for eternal youth is that she is married to a man 27 years younger than her.