This regional regulation makes provision for the obligation on all Muslim high school students and workers in Bulukumba, South Sulawesi (Sulawesi Selatan) to wear Muslim dress (arts 5 and 6). In preambular statement (c), the regulation states that covering one's aurat (modesty) in Islam is obligatory during ibadah (worship). The regulation states that the meaning of Muslim dress is to show that one is God-mindful and pious, and that they are putting Islam into practice (art 2). Meanwhile, the aim of Muslim dress standards is to form Muslim attitudes that are good and noble (art 3(1)), to make Muslim dress in daily life the norm, both in family life and public life (art 3(2)), and to create a society that observes and carries out its religion (art 3(3)).
Specifically, male workers must wear trousers or shorts that reach their knees, as well as a short- or long-sleeved shirt, while female workers must wear a long-sleeved shirt that covers their hips, a skirt or trousers that reaches their ankles, and a headscarf (kerundung) that covers their hair, ears, neck, nape, and chest (art 7(1)). Male students are to wear shorts and either a short- or long-sleeved shirt, while female students are to wear a shirt that covers their hips and chest, a skirt or trousers that covers their ankles, and a headscarf (kerundung) that covers their hair, ears, neck, nape, and chest (art 8(1)).