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    Juliana

    This is my back to school outfit. I love to dress up and I strongly dislike dressing in sweats and t-shirts because it makes me feel grungy. I am a very preppy person, and frankly, I want to be a princess. I think fashion is important just because it can reveal the beautiful you. So, most of my closet consists of dresses, nice shirts and skirts. I wore this outfit because I thought it looked nice and this is the way I want to present myself to the world—modest, but elegant.

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    1. That is so cute! i also hate the sweats and t-shirts fad that is going on right now. i believe that your clothes should reflect you while still being appropriate and decent, like your outfit is. God bless you! 🙂

    2. Thanks so much, girls! 😀 @Paris, I don’t have anything against sweats and t-shirts. In fact, my little sister pulls them off quite well and still looks cute. I just prefer to emulate Audrey Hepburn.

    3. I absolutely LOVE your outfit and style!! 🙂 🙂 All the girls now totally dress down, and I love seeing girls that like to dress up .. I LOVE dressing up!! Even if I’m just going to a store or something. 🙂 And I second what Kayla said, I never wear paints either, 1. Because personally I like dressing girly, and with style. and 2. because in Deuteronomy 22:5 it says for a woman to wear *women’s* clothing, and in this society, dresses are noted for being girl clothes. 🙂

    4. I mean, it’s not like I wear skirts because of the Bible. Times have changed a lot since the Bible was written and when women were still considered property and I do like my jeans. I just want to be Morgana Pendragon/Audrey Hepburn.

    5. beautiful is different in everyone’s eyes; what you may view as, “beautiful” or what you think for other people as, “it shows the beautiful you”
      everyone is different, and everyone has their perception on it; just because you are preppy, doesn’t make you beautiful in everyone’s eyes and that everyone should be this way; God made us all different for a reason. I mean, if we all were the same, wouldn’t life be boring? Yea, it would.
      “I think fashion is important just because it can reveal the beautiful you.”
      Fashion isn’t the important thing, it’s comfort and what God would love to see you in and He’d love to see you as you; not what society thinks you should do.
      There is so much pressure on people these days like, “if you don’t wear __ then you won’t be cool, or accepted” or “if you don’t have/do/say ______ then, you aren’t cool and won’t be accepted by society”
      And thanks to these values of modern society, anyone who’s different, gets frowned by everyone who is not like them. So, try re-wording things like that sentence I quoted from this, please.
      Thanks. 🙂

    6. Well, fiddley-dee, Miss Kassi. Did I ever say that I wanted everybody to be preppy? I specifically said that was my own, repeat, own style. I never said preppy=beautiful. It’s my own personal choice and I wonder why you chose to call me out on MY OWN style. If you’ve read any of the comments, I implicitly stated that I myself am a preppy person, whilst my sister pulls of her own athletic fashion. Hence, we are different.
      My comment that fashion reveals the beautiful you was intended to only mean that you should dress to your own advantage and not try and wear stuff that doesn’t look good on you yourself, because then you are hiding your natural body/trying to be something you aren’t. Fashion isn’t just nice clothes, but dressing yourself in a way that suits you and the attitude that comes with it. I never said that people had to dress like me to be accepted, so I’m not sure why you are so defensive, when I merely stated my own fashion choices.
      So, no I don’t think I’ll be rewording my sentence, thank you 😀
      Blessings.

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