Yesterday was a very rainy, dreary day, so we ran outside on the porch really quick before church and snapped these pictures.

This maxi dress is a little more “loud”  print then what I normally wear, but I love the fact that I can easily nurse in it if I wear a cropped layering shell, that it was on clearance for $14.00 last year, and that it is still holding up well. 🙂 It’s really versatile for summer and winter wear.

French Twist with a Lilla Rose size small clip to secure it!

Lovely new earrings being sold at Deborah & Co.

What I Wore:

Maxi Dress: Old Navy

Cropped Layering Shell: Deborah & Co.

Sweater: Walmart

Necklace: The Vintage Pearl 

Earrings: Deborah & Co.

Size Small Flexi Hair Clip: Lilla Rose

Make sure you come back tomorrow as we start our Dressing for the Holidays series! You can follow us on Facebook or by email to get all the updates!

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18 Comments on Modest Monday and a Link Up!

  1. Everytime I see the photos of your hair, I’m reminded of the Scripture about her crown of glory. You have absolutely beautiful hair :-).

  2. I enjoy seeing the pictures on Monday, you always look fabulous and your outfits give me a fresh inspiration to dig through my closet that week and find new things to piece together. And I really, really love your hair! You are so creative with it and it turns out incredible. Thank you!

    • Thank you! I’m glad it gives you some inspiration. Doing these posts help me put outfits together in a larger variety of ways than I normally would. 🙂

  3. Your hair is always so pretty! I’m convinced I need a LillaRose clip but it’s just not in the budget now. On my birthday/Christmas wish list! Thank you for these linkups, I love to discover all the new blogs.

  4. Like someone else said, I would love to see a tutorial on how you did your hair. Pretty please? I’ve got to learn how to do something other than a french braid.

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