I’m afraid I left my readers dangling after my recent blog post “Are you modest enough?“. I promised that more was to come, and I’ve had several readers ask when I was going to finish it. Well, today I’m starting it back up again. However, I do want to tell you about something quite unexpected and exciting that happened while I let this topic rest!
I shared awhile back about attending a crisis pregnancy fundraiser where the Duggar family spoke. While I was waiting in line for the book signing, there was a woman behind me who I kept glancing at, as I knew she looked familiar. Come to find out we knew each other from a Christian Forum of which we are both members. Amy blogs at Raising Arrows blog, and I’ve really enjoyed all the wonderful information she has on her blog. I remember reading the story of how she lost her little baby girl, and bawling my eyes out late one night. Her strength is amazing, and I truly respect her.
Shortly after that meeting, I received an email from her asking if I was interested in sending her a skirt from The Modest Mom to try. She also asked me for tips and advice about dressing in skirts. We decided to collaborate together, and thus, the series “She Wears Skirts” was born. Amy and I will both be blogging on this series on our respective blogs, and I will be doing some guest posting on Amy’s blog as well. The first post in the series “She Wears Skirts” is up on Amy’s blog here.
We plan on going through a modest wardrobe piece by piece, and I will be sharing helpful ideas as to what I believe a modest outfit looks like and how to put it all together.
Also, we will be sharing about:
*daily life with skirts – and we mean every day
*quick and easy hair styles
*how to find your colors
*thoughts on shoes, and more!
*Plus, I’m thrilled that my husband agreed to do a guest post on modesty from his perspective!*
I hope you come along for the adventure! I even promise to give you a peek into The Modest Mom’s closet, and I think you will find that wearing skirts is not that complicated, and can actually be fun!