4th Of July Modest Monday and a Link Up!

It was such a busy week, it’s hard to believe that Modest Monday is here again! But what a fun week. The 4th of July is always a huge event for our family, as we celebrated our 9th annual 4th of July celebration at my Mother-in-Laws farm. My husband and brother-in-law started the event, and it has grown larger each year! I wish I could share with you the picture of the large room full of people, but I try to respect people’s privacy in case they don’t want pictures shared online. 🙂

My children are going to Vacation Church School this week, and to say they are excited is an understatement! We start our new school year the week after Church School is over, so I’m working on getting a lot of freezer meals in the freezer to help me make that transition into a new school year. I’ll be taking pictures and sharing with you my finished meals and recipes when I’m done!

Ruffle Skirt from Deborah and Co. in the Blue Polka Dot Fabric I wanted a red, white and blue combo for the 4th of July, so wearing the ruffle skirt from Deborah & Co. in the blue polka dot fabric worked out great with a red shirt! We have 16 different fabrics you can choose from for our custom skirts, so if you don’t like this fabric there is probably a different one that suits your style!

The Liberty Bow Flexi Clip from Lilla Rose was a huge hit for the 4th of July! I knew I would want my hair up and out of my way for the 4th of July, so I french braided it on the sides, then did one long braid and put it up using the X-Large size Liberty bow flexi clip. Love how easy it was to do, and that it stayed up all day until super late!

I braided my hair on the sides, did one long braid and then used a flexi clip to hold it all up!

 

Modest_Monday_July

 

My daughter wore a Hello kitty 4th of July shirt with a jean skirt and flexi clip! My oldest daughter wore a Hello Kitty 4th of July shirt with a long jean skirt. She was so excited to finally get a Hello Kitty shirt, she has asked for them before but this was the first one I found that I liked. 🙂 Thanks to ThredUP we got it with credit and on time for the holiday!

Braided hair with an x-small flexi clipI braided her hair and then twisted the two long braids together using an x-small flexi clip. It held all day long, and she played hard!

What I Wore

Skirt – Ruffle skirt with the blue polka dot fabric option.

Top – Thrift Store

Cami – White Halftee Tank

Red Shoes – Zulily

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

Makeup – L’BRI pure and natural

Link Up Time!

Please feel free to share posts about anything concerning being a godly, feminine woman. Topics include: modesty, being a wife, mother, homeschooler, homemaker, cooking, sewing, etc.

Please grab the button below and share on your blog post so others can come and join in the link up as well!

Modest Mom blog button copy


Comments

  1. I love the skirt! Beautiful choice! Thank you for hosting today!

  2. Love the hair! …plus your girl is super cute. 🙂

  3. charity says:

    You and your daughter look so beautiful and I love your hair do and the liberty clip!

  4. I Love your outfit – so patriotic but stylish at the same time. And your’s and your daughter’s hair looks amazing!

  5. Love the red, white and blue of both your outfits. Your hair is so beautiful. It’s hard to believe the clips hold it up so well. Thanks again for hosting Modest Monday. ~Pamela

  6. What a sweet post! I LOVE your red and blue hairclip-it is so feminine and beautiful! Thank you for your Godly example of modesty and desire to please the Lord. May God continue to bless you and your family!

    Would you ever consider doing a guest post for my blog, “Simple Inspirations?” I would love to host an interview on how you and your family disire modesty and how Deborah &Co was started. I would be so honored and blessed! Thank you in advance for your consideration.

    In Christ,
    Amy

    -Its’s fine if you’d rather not post this comment. Hope you have a blessed week!

  7. Love the hairstyles! I’ve always had long hair but don’t have the knack for cute braiding like yours. I’ve tried, but my arms get so sore! What is your secret?
    Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
    Love your blog
    Happy Summer!
    Melanie

Speak Your Mind

*