It’s time for another Modest Monday link up! I am so recharged and refreshed for this week, and my hope and prayer is that you all are as well! I was blessed to get away for 24 hours to attend a small blogging retreat this past weekend. It was amazing, and just what I needed. So many ideas are now swirling around my head!

I had to stay home with my two youngest daughters from church on Sunday, as our 3 year old had a fever while I was gone. I didn’t want her to give it to anyone at church, so I stayed home and cleaned our *ahem* extremely messy bedroom and had a few extra minutes to spend on getting dressed. My husband was so very happy when he walked in and saw our spotless bedroom after church! Somehow our bedroom is the dumping ground for everything in our small house. It is really hard keeping it clean.

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I just got the cardigan from TWICE and it is like wearing pajamas during the daytime! So soft, I love it! My polka dot skirt from Deborah & Co. is just as comfortable though, so the whole outfit rates super high in the comfort scale. ๐Ÿ™‚ You don’t have to be uncomfortable to wear a skirt!

I love my necklace from Mialisia! It is so pretty, and adjustable as well. | themodestmomblog.com

My necklace is the Sorrento necklace from Mialisia. It is adjustable, so you could wrap it around twice or wear it long.

Three small braids then hair gently twisted into a flexi clip | So easy to do and the clips come in seven different sizes!  www.themodestmomblog.com

I tried something new with my flexi clip. I’m still trying to decide if I like how it turned out. ๐Ÿ™‚

Blue flats with flowers! | themodestmomblog.com

Blue flats with flowers on them. ย Super cute shoes thanks to Zulily!

Earrings from Mialisia. I think they are so vintage looking! | themodestmomblog.com

These earrings are one of my top 3 favorites. ๐Ÿ™‚

Caroline from The Modest Mom Blog | www.themodestmomblog.com

What I Wore

Skirt – Ruffle skirt with polka dots from Deborah & Co.

Cardigan – I purchased from Twice (gently used clothing online)

Cami – White layering shell from Deborah & Co.

Shoes – Blue flats from Zulilyย 

Flexi Clip – Lilla Rose (They sell seven different sizes so if your hair is thinner don’t worry!)

Necklace – Sorrento from Mialisia

Earrings – Capri from Mialisia

Makeup – L’BRI natural makeup –ย No acetone, heavy perfumes, turpentine, tar or shoe polish.

I use the oil free foundation #2, perfect finish loose mineral powder, blush and eye shadow from the holiday makeup compact, black mascara, and Pink Snow Frost Lipstick.

Natural Skincare and Makeup from L'BRI. The whole product line is based on aloe vera being included. | themodestmomblog.com

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27 Comments on Modest Monday and a Link Up!

  1. I love what you did with your hair, it’s up and out of your way and it’s cute! So glad you stayed home with your little one. I know on occasion that some parents will bring their sick kids to church, even with a fever, and I am always thankful for the parents who don’t as I don’t want what their child has, lol!

    Thanks for hosting today.

    • We have a lot of children at our church, so when one child comes sick it normally passes all around. :/ So we try hard to not come and bring our germs to all the other children!

  2. Very cute outfit Caroline, I like those colors. I agree with the others that your hair looked great. It always amazes me the things you can do with hour hair. Sorry your little one wasn’t feeling well.

    • I’m always amazed that my readers are amazed. Lol. There are a lot of things I can’t do since I have straight hair, but I try to be creative when I can. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I agree, it had a medieval princess look, which I just wasn’t sure about. I’m glad you all like it! And yes, the natural makeup is amazing. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I love your new hairstyle! You are so creative and so beautiful. The love of Jesus shines through your face and your modest dress. Thank you for the wonderful link-up every week. It is so appreciated, and I always leave here feeling refreshed in my soul! I do trust your sweet baby is feeling better by now and God has sent healing your way! Love, Cheryl

    • Thank you Cheryl, knowing that you leave the blog encouraged is uplifting to me! Yes, our 3 year old is feeling better, so I’m just hoping none of the other children get it!

  4. Hello Caroline! You’re blog is such a blessing and I enjoy reading it when I get the chance! You have such a sweet spirit. I was just wondering your opinion on head coverings? A couple friends of mine go to a church where the women wear scarves on their heads (just during the service). I don’t wear any sort of head covering at my own church, although I will wear a scarf when I go to their church (out of respect, and I do understand why they do wear them, and where the Bible talks about it. Therefore, I feel that I truly understand it, and not just going along). I was just wondering your opinion, if you have the time to respond. I know you’re a busy mama! ๐Ÿ™‚ If anyone else would care to share their opinions, I’d love to here yours! Like I said, my opinion is that I understand both ways, and equally respect those who chose to wear one, and those who don’t. God’s Peace to all.

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