That's not just the message for men in Opa-Locka, Florida.
Commissioner Dorothy Johnson wants to change a local ordinance to include women.
Saggy pants were targeted in a 2007 law.
Johnson says women are now walking around town with their underwear showing.
She tells the Miami Herald that women in her city need to improve their image.
Pants that sag too low can result in a $500 fine or 25 hours of community service.