Today, we are presenting you with a dress review of “Kasey” from the company Beautifully Modest. This is a very comfortable, feminine maxi dress, and we think you will find many such beautiful products on their website.
I have received a number of comments and email asking about choosing shoes to go with skirts. This seems to be a big obstacle to wearing skirts and really being comfortable with the look. I would hate to let a choice of shoes stand in the way!
Go all the way to the tail end of this post for some pretty cool shoe ideas!
Update: This post dates back to 2012 when I wore mostly skirts and maxis. Because I wear jeans and slacks 50-60% of the time now, I have included photos throughout of great footwear with pants, as well.
Ruffled tops are so flattering. I’ve been wanting to try my hand at one for a while. A well-done tutorial takes the mystery and intimidation out of it for me, and it might for you, too.
The tutorials are in the source link with each image.
Whether you sew or not, I hope you find an idea or two that you can implement as you work toward dressing more femininely!
Can you be comfortable around the house without looking frumpy?
Welcome back to our little series. If you are looking for the last four installment, you can get caught up here with Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4. This is just for fun, and we will not be discussing the topic of modesty.
Welcome back to Deep Roots At Home for the Running Errands portion of the ‘Portrait Of Feminine Dressing’ series. If you are here for the first time, you can get caught up with Part 1 , Part 2, & Part 3.
When I go to the store in a skirt, I may get looks. It is obvious that wearing feminine, modest clothes is not the norm. I will also say that I have had more doors held open for me, and am given more respect than if I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt.
There is so much to enjoy outdoors, but you don’t have to look frumpy or random to fully enjoy and be comfortable swimming, biking or trekking wild coastal waters, woodlands, pastures, or country roads.
I am showing both pant styles and skirts (for those who prefer them). We will not be discussing modesty in this post. Here are ideas for you elegantly curved, plus-sized women.