If you’ve already read my article Why I Wear Skirts and Dresses Only, you know that I’m passionate about dressing in feminine and modest attire. In order to demonstrate how I apply these principles to my everyday life, I’ve put together a little album of the six skirts and one dress that I wore this past week. Let’s take a look:
(This shirt is light-colored and slightly see-through, so I have another shirt on underneath, which I tucked into my skirt so it wouldn’t look lumpy. Don’t worry–nobody can see anything they shouldn’t.)
Notice that I’m wearing a blue veil. I wear a headcovering to church every Sunday.
This gorgeous and practical skirt is from newcreationapparel.com
I have on the same skirt as the day before. If my skirt is still clean, I sometimes wear it again the next day, but with a different blouse.
Again, I wore this skirt twice.
Mostly, I wear skirts. I like dresses, too, but they are not very functional for mothers who are nursing! However, a dress with buttons down the front works fine.
I love my skirts and dresses! I love being a feminine and modest woman! My closet is full of clothes just like the ones you’ve seen here. Ross and Goodwill are my favorite stores, and I’ve also ordered some things online. It’s hard to find modest skirts and dresses at the retail stores. Generally, they are all way above the knee. Imagine what must show when one leans over, or sits down! Yuck! I look for bottoms that reach below the knee, and that are loose and flowing. Sometimes dressing modestly means making an extra effort, but it’s worth it!
Thanks for allowing me to show you my little album! Do you have any modesty tips that you’d like to share? Where do you buy your skirts and dresses? I’d love to hear your thoughts!