Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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It is cold here!! From what I have seen a lot of the USA is having a cold spell right now, except Florida of course. :) I’ve had to work harder on staying bundled up this week. Our house just doesn’t ever feel really warm so I add layers!

It is possible to stay warm in a skirt during the winter months!  A maternity skirt and a warm maternity sweater, along with leggings and knee high socks keeps me warm! I’m wearing knee high black socks, with maternity leggings under the knee high socks. It keeps me pretty warm, though I miss my fleece lined leggings. I need to pull out my pair and see if I can still wear them with my pregnant tummy. :) None of the other leggings I’ve tried have been as warm as those.

If you are having trouble staying warm while wearing a skirt, you might read through a post I wrote last year about how to stay warm and modest in a skirt.

Dangle Flexi Clip for an elegant, easy way to pull your hair back! Dangle flexi clips are so pretty! I love all my flexi clips though…I’m not sure I’m brave enough to post a current picture of my basket holding all my clips. ;)

What I Wore

Skirt – Ruffle skirt we used to sell at Deborah & Co.

Sweater – Maternity Motherhood sweater from ThredUP

(you can get $10 in free credit if you are a new customer using that link!)

Knee High Socks – Marshalls

Leggings – Maternity leggings from ThredUP – Motherhood brand

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

Makeup – L’BRI Pure and Natural

Link Up Time!

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Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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I had a busy week but it ended with a great weekend! The two oldest girls went to spend the night with their Nana Friday so I had a productive Saturday cleaning the house and getting bags and boxes of things to bring to goodwill. Such a great feeling to be purging some things, especially out of a smaller house! :)
Denim Rainbow Maternity Skirt with Cardigan I am excited to have finally found a good maternity cami that I like. I originally found it on Zulily and decided to try it. It is a PinkBlush brand cami, and what I like the best about it are the adjustable straps that bring the neckline up higher. So many maternity camis are lower cut, so this is a good find! It’s also a good quality knit that should hold up well over time.

Heart necklaceI’m wearing a heart necklace that has the birthstone gems for Sean and I on it together. It came from the Got Sparkles store. They are advertising on our Christmas gift guide and sent me this necklace.

Compass Rose flexi clip I have an x-large Compass Rose flexi clip in my hair. This picture is taken after I cleaned house all day long, so I think my hair held up well in the clip! I have really slippery hair that seems to be more finicky lately, probably due to pregnancy hormones!

The yellow cardigan is perfect for fall!

What I Wore

Skirt – Rainbow Denim Maternity Skirt – Deborah & Co.

Cami – Maternity cami from PinkBlush

Cardigan – Honey colored ¾ length sleeve cardigan from Deborah & Co.

Shoes - ThredUP (Nine West brand)

Necklace – From Got Sparkles 

Flexi – Compass Rose from Lilla Rose 

Makeup – the only makeup I wore was Lip Gloss from L’BRI Pure and Natural

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It has been a busy week! We had two birthday parties for our oldest son. A World Series baseball party with some of his friends, complete with a baseball cake. A family birthday party at my Mother In Law’s house Friday night finished the celebration. We skipped the cake and roasted hot dogs and smores instead. :)

Maternity Maxi Skirt This is a very comfortable outfit. I can tell I’ll be wearing it a lot in the months to come! The ¾ length halftee adds the coverage I need without a lot of extra bulk.

A scarf is such a good accessory and adds a splash of color to an outfit! One of my boys gave me this scarf for Mother’s Day. I love the cheerful colors!

Tree of Life flex clip is an easy way to style a braided hairstyle! I braided my hair and twisted it up in an x-large flexi clip.

The new flexi clip for November was released and it is selling out really quickly! Compass Rose blows-in just in time to tame those tresses with sparkling crackled crystal stones and hematite accents. I can’t wait to get mine in the mail! It is available in seven sizes, and also in You Pins!

November Flexi Clip

What I Wore

Skirt – Maternity Maxi Skirt from Target (similar to this one)

Top – ThredUP

Cami – ¾ length Halftee 

Sweater – ¾ length cardigan (similar to this one)

Earrings – Handmade from Meadowland Designs

Scarf – Marshalls

Shoes – ThredUP

Flexi Clip – Tree of Life X-Large from Lilla Rose

Makeup – L’BRI Pure and Natural

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Denim Maternity Skirt for a casual, everyday outfit! Saturday I had a rare day at home alone. It was so nice! Sean had all the children at his mom’s house cutting wood for her, and so I was able to stay home. Originally I had some online work I was going to do, but I shut the computer and cleaned house for the day. I’m so glad I did. It was nice to accomplish a lot without the children around to undo it, and I threw away a lot of trash! Most of it came from underneath my boys’ bed. :)

For those of you who like seeing a more casual outfit, this is what I wore to clean house. A classic denim maternity skirt, and a Ann Taylor top from ThredUP (it stretched a lot so it’s not maternity!).  I don’t wear necklaces everyday during the week, and I try to remember to put earrings on, but some days it just doesn’t happen. I do always fix my hair, and more often than not I will put some sort of makeup on. I just have some light foundation and lip gloss on here – nothing fancy.

A casual outfit to clean house in!  I’m so excited to finally be carrying plus size, higher neckline camis! I get asked all the time about plus size items, and this is a fantastic addition. So many plus size shirts are cut lower, and these camis are a staple for a modest wardrobe.

Plus Size camisole for modest layering option! The full length layering shells are available now in the standard small-x-large sizes, but also in 1X-4X! The 1X seems to fit a size 14-16 well. The plus size camis come in white, black, and beige.

A lovely denim skirt and modest layering cami! Our model is also wearing our very popular Rainbow Denim skirt! She looks classy and modern yet very modest!

Don’t forget to enter the $100 Deborah & Co. shopping cart giveaway! It ends tomorrow! 

What I Wore

Skirt – Rainbow Denim Maternity Skirt

(The maternity version sold out quickly, so it is on pre-order until December as we are making a new batch! The women’s version is still available to order.)

Top – Ann Taylor brand from ThredUP

Shoes – Mary Jane shoes from Zulily

Makeup - L’BRI Pure and Natural (I just had on light foundation and some lip gloss).

Link Up Time!

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