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Fashion Hacks: Quick Ways to Make Outfits Modest

Sometimes you acquire clothes at a sale or from a friend, and they turn out to not be as modest as you originally thought. Or maybe you find an item that you love, but it just doesn’t cover enough. Our modest guide tips will help you easily transform your outfits!

 

1. Dress extender 

Ever get tired of those mini skirts and dresses that just are not long enough?

Make A Dress Longer

Kelly’s Korner shows us this ingenious way to use a dress extender. Boot Cuffs and Socks has lots of inexpensive and adorable options.

 

2. Add sleeves

This one is for the crafty!

Modest Top

Check out the full tutorial from Kristina J.

 

3. Faux cami 

This is what the girls in my youth group affectionately call a “Jesus triangle.”

Cami Secret

Buy one!

Jesus Triangle

Make your own with help from Keeping It Simple Crafts.

 

4. Shirt under dress

This look can help a dress become office/class/church appropriate.

Shirt Under Dress

Via McKennaBleu.

 

5. Tank under top

The go-to for shirts that show too much in any place is a stretchy and snug-fitting under-tank.

Make it Modest

Via Cotton + Curls.

 

Tank under top

Via Wonder Wardrobes.

 

6. Leggings under jeans with holes

Just in time for fall! Throw a fun pair of leggings under your distressed jeans for a modest and cozy look.

Leggings Under Jeans

Via Pinterest.

 

Have you tried any of these tips before? Do you have any other awesome ones we left out?

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12 Comments

  1. ktuck22

    Posted by ktuck22 on March 11, 2017 at 22:17

    I thought the originals were already fine…

  2. pinkpenguin318

    Posted by pinkpenguin318 on March 29, 2016 at 20:23

    I’m not an overly-big fan of these. While everybody’s concept of modest is totally different from person-to-person (I think a sweetheart neckline is OK for a wedding dress, while others wouldn’t dare go sleeveless for modesty reasons), the fashion geek in me leans towards clothes that are fashionable AND modest. For me, that means palazzo pants instead of leggings for comfort pants, and wearing crop tops only with high-waisted pants. I also think it’s kind of tacky to wear a skirt under a dress for extended length when a dress is around the knee-length and doesn’t need it.

  3. Mayrim

    Posted by Mayrim on February 20, 2016 at 09:34

    Great ideas! Especially the first one; my parents are quite specific about too short skirts/ dresses/ shorts. It´s become quite a problem to find “acceptable” shorts for summer :/

  4. Thescriptureway

    Posted by Thescriptureway on January 26, 2016 at 08:13

    Wait, about the Jean leggings one, Scripture states to not wear tore clothing?

  5. Rani8025

    Posted by Rani8025 on November 16, 2015 at 16:24

    I always wear tanks under my shirts!

  6. Running4God

    Posted by Running4God on November 5, 2015 at 08:26

    OOOO I really like #2

  7. Violet92

    Posted by Violet92 on October 19, 2015 at 07:24

    I use tank tops alllll the time. I love em

  8. Project Inspired

    Posted by killercutecupcakes on October 14, 2015 at 12:15

    Love them!

  9. 01banana

    Posted by 01banana on October 13, 2015 at 21:47

    All of these are cute! I love the extra frill the first one adds to the dress.

  10. martial_artist_for_Jesus

    Posted by martial_artist_for_Jesus on October 13, 2015 at 12:53

    I like all of them, except for maybe the first. IK that Number 3’s are called “Cami Secret” or something (they’re one of those “As Seen on TV” thingies), but the ones I personally thought were cutest were the last few. I think wearing a log-sleeved or even a short sleeved top under a possibly immodest casual jumper/dress is adorable, and that wearing very cute leggings under holey (geddit– holey… holy… XD bad pun, IK ) jeans could be the next big thing in modest fashion. Personally, I am currently not apply any of these to myself (namely because my wardrobe is in general pretty modest! ), but the one where you put the tank top or cami underneath an immodest top. I frequently do this with any top that shows too much skin, or is too revealing of… ahem… certain undergarments. XD But yeah, in short, for the most part these are great tips! Keep ’em comin’, ladies!! 🙂

  11. Pinkypie2017

    Posted by Pinkypie2017 on October 12, 2015 at 19:07

    Hate to say it but I’m probably not going to use any of these lol especially not the dress extender. That’s the normal length of the dresses I usually wear and that’s not short at all!

    • Project Inspired

      Posted by jac on July 3, 2016 at 22:38

      I usually just sew a strip of fabric in a complimentary or matching color on the bottom, so I don’t have to deal with any extra layers or finding the matching slip. I am a teacher at a boy’s middle school, so even though other ladies I see around wear shorter skirts, I prefer to keep it no more than 3 inches or so above the knee. I’m tall and currently live in Asia, so most dresses are reeeeeallly short on me.