Young Modesty

Hey guys!

As you may know, I dress very modestly in general but in the last year have picked up wearing mostly skirts full time. I have had such a fun time learning about combinations and about the community that also follows these guidelines. In honor of that I am going to participate in my first ever Modest Monday. I plan on doing this each week and hopefully show what Young Adults or 20 Somethings can wear that is fashionable as well as modest. 

I took these pictures on Friday as I was going to our Church’s worship night and we were all dressed up anyway.


I dressed warm because it was rainy and cool outside. I love this top as it is warm enough for the chill outside but is really easy to roll up the sleeves and let you cool off if you get too warm.


We had a lot of fun getting to spend time as a family worshiping God and hearing some of our favorite songs. It was even better because I felt totally free to move around and not worry about showing too much skin.



What I wore:

Shirt:Old Navy

Skirt: Zulily

Boots: Rue 21

Scarf:Gift from mom

Make Up: Local Discount Store


4 thoughts on “Young Modesty

  1. Beautiful! I dress similar (but not so young as you) and it’s nice to see another person who is not super thin showing that modest and in skirts can look really nice and not frumpy. Thanks for sharing.

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