We have had quite a few new followers join our Facebook page lately, and I want to just give a reminder why I do Modest Monday each week. For those of you who might think it’s because I love to drag my husband outside each week and prance around to take pictures of myself to highlight, you are wrong. 🙂 For those of you who think I’m obsessed with myself and just can’t help but share pictures, that is incorrect. Finally, for those of you who wonder if I think my clothes are such the latest and greatest thing that I just can’t help but share (ha!), you are also wrong.
I do Modest Monday each week, despite the fact that I sometimes cringe posting yet another picture of myself online, because I love you all and I want to inspire you. Not that I am inspiring, but I’m all I have, and so I humbly give you the meager attempts I’m able to pull together, in the hopes of disproving the thought that dressing modestly means you have to dress frumpy and sloppy.
You don’t have to wear a mini skirt to dress nice. You don’t have to showcase your body in skin tight clothing in order to have an attractive appearance. You can use discretion in how you put your outfits together, and be chaste, meek, and modest, and yet be lovely, refined, and represent being a handmaiden for the Lord – yes even in your denim skirt and basic t-shirt for everyday work.
What I Wore:
Midnight Maternity Stretch Skirt– Deborah & Co.
Blouse- Kohls (from a few years ago)
BLack Boots- Thrift Store
Gold and Red Earrings-Deborah & Co.
*Our Cyber Monday sale at Deborah & Co. is good until midnight tonight! Save 15% on all custom made skirts (including our new girl’s ruffle skirt!) and save $5.00 off our full length layering shell*
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This post is part of the weekly Christian Home Magazine, as the Modest Fashion post.