I had plans to do a wonderful Modest Monday post after not having any for five weeks now. Alas, I woke up Sunday morning with a terrible head cold and spent the entire day in bed. My son informed me that my nose looks bright red, and sadly I have to agree with him!  So I’m sharing pictures today of a favorite skirt. The pictures are of my sister and a good friend.



I receive emails quite often from ladies asking for a versatile skirt they can wear while pregnant and then afterwards. This is my favorite skirt for that time in life! Is is stretchy, and has a fold over waistband that can be folded over on a woman’s skirt, and pulled up over a maternity tummy. I wore my skirt all nine months and I’m still wearing it 8 months after having a baby!  We sell it at The Modest Mom store in a long and short length. It is available in both the maternity and women’s section, but it really is the same skirt. 🙂

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 note: My blog is a bit different as I represent a business and a blog. While I love to have you all link up your modest clothing outfits, ect. please be considerate of the fact that I own a modest clothing company, and I would ask that you refrain from linking up posts that are in conflict with that-i.e reviewing other companies clothes, etc. That being said, if you forget please do not be offended if I take down your post. Thank you! 

Please grab the button below and share on your blog post so others can come and join in the link up as well! You can grab the code to this button on the right hand side of the blog.

This post is part of the weekly Christian Home Magazine, as the Modest Fashion post.



8 Comments on Modest Monday and A Link Up!

  1. Thank you for the linkup, and I do hope you are on the mend soon as well! A past post of yours on Christians wearing bikinis inspired me to write a five-part series on modesty that I called Modesty Matters. I’m linking the first part today.

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