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We spent the weekend at our local homeschool convention. It was really encouraging to talk to other moms who are ahead of where I am, some have graduated several children. I left not feeling so alone in some of my homeschooling struggles. If you have the opportunity to attend a convention close to you, it is totally worth going!

It is possible to dress little girls in a modest, yet modern style!

 

Our weekend was so crazy, I only had time to take this quick picture of our seven year old. At one time she had a flexi clip in her hair and different shoes on. :)

I really like finding maxi dresses for her to wear, and we are using the girl’s short sleeve halftee under her dresses.

What She Wore

Maxi Dress – Found at ThredUP

Cami – Girl’s Halftee from Deborah & Co.

Sandals – Purchased at Children’s consignment sale

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Modest Monday and a Link Up!

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A good outfit for this postpartum mom! #ModestMonday

I’m back!! I might have that tired postpartum mom look for awhile, but we quickly snapped a few pictures before I went to church for the first time since Sophia was born!

As a mom of a three week old, skirts with elastic are my clothing of choice. I’ve been wearing lots of Undercover Mama nursing tanks and shirts that are comfortable and easy to nurse in.

Hues of Blue Flexi Clip

I wanted to get a shower in Saturday night before church, but that so did not happen! So I just pulled my hair back in a Lilla Rose headband, and put the matching Hues of Blue flexi clip in my hair. Not the most flattering hairstyles (my hair just looks flat) but I think a mom of a 3 week old is allowed to look slightly frazzled. :)

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is here for one week only!! Deborah & Co. is a bonus partner, and you will receive a free scarf when you purchase this bundle! As a bonus offer you will also receive a coupon to Cowgirl Dirt when you purchase the bundle through my link!

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Don’t forget about our Facebook Party tonight at Deborah & Co. starting at 8 PM central. You won’t want to miss the fellowship and the prizes!!

Deborah and Co. is hosting a Facebook Party Monday Night, April 20th at 8 PM Central!

What I Wore

Skirt – Homemade Skirt

Shirt – Elle brand from ThredUP (I have liked everything in this brand that I’ve gotten recently)

Nursing TankUndercover Mama (I really don’t like my stomach showing while I’m nursing, so these work great).

Denim Jacket – Ann Taylor Loft brand from ThredUP

EarringsMialisia

Headband and Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose

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Hey y’all! I’m Olivia Howard from Fresh Modesty. I am happy to be guest posting today while Caroline snuggles with her new baby! I live in beautiful middle Tennessee where I was loving spring, until our 70* days turned back to winter-like 40* weather. So today I thought I’d share 5 tips for dressing in spring fashions even when it’s still chilly outside.

Tip #1: Linen skirts are a perfect transitional piece. They adjust for hot or cold temperatures and are neither too heavy for spring nor too flimsy for early April.
Tip #2: Light colors! The white linen and pink printed skirt really makes this outfit season-appropriate. I chose to pair it with brown instead of black simply to keep it fresher.
Tip #3: While still trying to layer for warmth, avoid heavy accessories like scarves, knit beanies, and anything with fuzz or fur. You can also probably put away your fleece-lined leggings and pull out the cotton capris-length ones from the bottom of the drawer.

 Tip #4: Although chunky knits are out, light cashmere or tight-knit cardigans are definitely in! This cardigan is very warm, although it’s in a springtime color, which allows me to go without a coat.

Tip #5: Let your hair down! It’s been cooped up in buns and ponytails all winter long because, let’s face it, we all hate the static it creates with our sweaters. An easy, casual hairstyle will add an air of springtime joy to your ensemble.

// outfit details //
Cardigan: Ann Taylor Loft, ThredUP
High-necked Cami: Modesty4Me.com
Skirt: Forever21 on clearance last year
Leggings: Forever21
Boots: Hushpuppies store
Thank you so much for reading! If you’d like to join in more springtime fun, there is a series of posts on how I’m cultivating my closet for the season coming to Fresh Modesty this week. I post practical modest wardrobe encouragement regularly there in the hopes of encouraging girls to be “Cute, but covered! Stylish, but sensible! Contemporary, but classic! Feminine, but fresh!
 
Have a wonderful day! 

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A guest post by Ruth from Skirted Blues.

Spring seems to be very slow in coming this year in our neck of the woods. I am little tired of my winter wardrobe, but it is still too cool for much of my spring stuff. This is when I especially love layers! I am a big fan of the bright spring colors, so I don’t mind piling them on in layers. :) This is the outfit I wore on the first day of spring while attending a homeschool convention. I had so many people come up to me and thank me for dressing like spring! I guess they all agreed that it had been a long, cold winter!

Lovely Spring Outfit!

 Layering shirts: Maurices 

Chevron skirt: Skirted Blues

Boots: Amazon

Purse: Target (the link given is very similar to the one in the picture)

Earrings and Necklace – Maurices

Maternity Khaki Skirt from Skirted Blues

I love the Maurice’s camisoles for layering. I am particular to that brand because of the fact that you can tighten the straps (thus raising the neckline) as much as you want to. They are pretty and come in a wide assortment of bright colors that change with the season. I do have a tendency toward certain colors in my wardrobe (for instance, I almost never wear red, partly because it just doesn’t look good on me), so this is helpful in being able to mix and match outfits to make them feel different without having to own a lot of clothes or accessories.

Spring pastel outfit!

This skirt I can wear with almost all of my spring tops. The boots (originally from my brother’s wedding) work for most of our seasons, not to mention that they match almost anything. I am a little like my grandmother when it comes to purses, though. She had a purse for every season and occasion. This is my spring/summer purse. I have a camouflage one for fall and winter.

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