Modesty!

Hey guys,

So I know this is supposed to be a blog where I write, but sometimes I find really awesome posts on someone else’s blog and really want to share it. So that’s what today’s post is. I’ve mentioned Geoturtle a few times before, and being that I don’t follow many blogs, I tend to write about this one a lot. Anyway, I came across this post recently and got kind of excited. Modesty is something I see as important, but have not been able to put it into words. So I’m going to put a link to it HERE.

I don’t dress like they did a while back, where it was wrong to show your ankles, but I don’t where pants that are shorter then my knees. Even when swimming my knees and shoulders are covered. Some people may think that I would roast like a turkey, but really its not that bad. It has become a habit to dress modestly, as a matter of fact, I feel uncomfortable wearing something that shows my shoulders.

Dressing modestly doesn’t have to be ugly. There are plenty of pretty outfits that are modest. Granted, you have to dig a lot, but it possible. Dresses are especially hard to find, since even the long dresses are either see through or have a slit that goes up to your undies. I’m not trying to discourage you, I’m just giving you the truth. I actually want to encourage you to dress modestly, it may seem useless, since all the other girls dress immodestly, but you will be blessed.

Here are a few cute and modest outfits.

 

During the summer.

 

For swimming.

 

For cooler weather.

 

For fancy occasions. Prom, etc.

 

For wedding.

Obviously, not everyone has the same standards which is why I don’t have any pictures of leggings here, so there is plenty of other outfits you can come up with. This is just the kind of outfits I would wear. There aren’t very many photos online so it looks like a tiny amount of clothes, but there is plenty more in real life.

Hope you enjoyed this post. And don’t forget to read the post from Geoturtle, too. 🙂

That’s all for now,

~Kenzie

 

One thought on “Modesty!”

  1. Great post, Kenzie!

    I’m also a modest dresser, though I tend to talk about it more on Frugally Fancy than The Rebelling Muse. My standards a bit stricter – I only wear dresses/skirts, quarter sleeves, and knee length at the least. And yes, I do agree that finding modest clothes can be a challenge. Thrift stores became my best friend when looking for clothes, let me tell you!

    Catherine

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