Hey y’all! Thank you so much for your overwhelming response to my Friends of Fresh Modesty request! I think I have pictures for another week or two already. 🙂
First up we have a little bit of an exception to the “skirts only” condition because this outfit my friend Becky is wearing I found to be a great encouragement. It’s classy and well-done, but looks fun and modest. 🙂
Hi! I’m Becky, and I enjoy music, crafts, sewing, and writing. I blog over at maketodayanadventure.blogspot.com and I share most of my sewing and craft projects there. 🙂
I love outfits like this one. The boots and cardigan keep it weather
appropriate, the hat makes it more fun, and the long tunic over the
jeans makes it very fuss free and comfortable.
With outfits like
this, I personally would prefer wearing jeans to leggings since leggings
would make the “skirt” clingier, and wouldn’t be as warm. Also,
leggings would make me feel like I was going to a concert instead of
Wal-Mart. 😉 They are also a lot more clingy in comparison to these
jeans, and the length of the tunic would make me want something that
wasn’t skin-tight underneath. 🙂
So, in this I can feel comfortable and casual and still have the “It’s fun to wear a dress” thing going on. 😉 🙂
for you all, so I included the brand name that’s on the tag. 🙂
Dress/Tunic – No Boundaries [Goodwill]
Jeans – Aeropostale [Goodwill]
Cardigan – 62 East [JCPenneys; Gift]
Boots – Journee Collection [Amazon]
Hat – [Borrowed]
Necklace – Handmade gift
Earrings – BigLots
Here we have Rebekah, who did a fabulous job with matching the “styles” of her outfit together– the pieces flow so well! Looks nice and warm. 🙂
Hello! My name is Rebekah, and I am a sixteen year old homeschooled Christian girl who loves to eat well and garden often! I have seven siblings, two amazing parents’, a shelf full of aged hardbacked books, a tendency to collect hand-glazed mugs, this crazy love for frogs, a passion for writing ALL THE TIME, and a deep love for the God who rescued me from myself. When I am not in the greenhouse with my Mumm, I am either chattering with my sister Abby, learning new words, finding an estate sale to browse through, studying hard, housekeeping for the neighbors’, teasing my siblings’, or hanging out with horses. I love
clothing, and have endeavoured to dress modestly and fashionably while still being me. My favorite verse is Deuteronomy 32:7. Thank-you, Olivia, for the chance to appear on your blog, and thank-you to my Mumm
and sister Abby for taking pictures for me 🙂
The skirt is American made, 100% wool! And it has two pockets– the feature that I love most! My Mumm found it at a thrift store for me.
My black shirt is actually part of a Worthington sweater set, but it is just right for layering. It was a hand-me-down from my Mumm.
And the gray sweater is nearly half Merino wool. It’s make is Express Design Studio. A timeless find from Plato’s Closet.
The shoes are black heels that I bought four years ago for a wedding. I cannot remember the name of the store, but it was similar to Payless Shoes.
It’s Joanna! I love her accessories for this outfit. Not only do they match each other very well, but the belt adds definition and the necklace mimics the long flattering “line” of the maxi skirt.
My name is Joanna Webber and I’m a photographer/seamstress/ student
in the Northern Illinois area. I’m the oldest at home right now and
when I’m not starting up my photography business or studying I driving
my siblings around town or planning my next sewing project. I’ve been
following Olivia for a couple years and have greatly appreciated her
tips for dressing femininely everyday! I post about life on my blog at
Jo-witt-it’s Portfolio, www.jowithitsportfolio.blogspot.com.
This was a Saturday outfit for going to my brothers’ cello recitals.
Turqouise tank from Khols a long time ago, no more tag. The Limited
light chambray button up, white leather belt from a garage sale,
earrings made by my aunt, Necklace from a garage sale, solitaire skirt
from Marshalls. Black Kenneth Cole Reaction flats from Sam’s club. Who
Tressa has a super cute outfit to share with us! I love the comfy casualness of it that’s not frumpy but rather is made classy by the contrast stitching on her skirt, the boyfriend cardigan, and her cute boots!
Hola, Fresh Modesty readers! My name is Tressa and I am 12 years old. I
live in a little town in Iowa, where most of the people are Dutch (thus
my Dutch name) and I am named after my great grandma Tressa. Oh, and I
want to say thank you, Olivia, for featuring me! You are such a great
role model to all of us modest ladies!
though my skirt is just above my knees I think it still fits the
modesty bill, mainly because I’m wearing leggings and the super-cute
boots draw attention away from that fact!