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Kylie Bisutti Launches a Clothing Line to Help Spread God’s Word!

Ladies, in a past post, “Model Chooses Faith Over Victoria’s Secret,” I introduced you to former Victoria’s Secret model Kylie Bisutti, who gave up her lingerie modeling career for her Christian faith. Back in May, we read her book, “I’m No Angel,” for the PI Book Club. And now, Bisutti has co-launched a  Christian clothing line, God Inspired Fashion!

God Inspired Fashion features Bible verses on all of its pieces, and Bisutti’s intention for the line is to spread God’s Word.

God Inspired Fashion is all about spreading God’s word everywhere and making it easier for Christians to share their faith and God’s love. And that’s really what the world needs right now. (Kylie Bisutti/Christianpost.com)

Not only does Bisutti hope to share the Word with society, but also within the public school system, where God has been forced out.

Here is a sneak peek at some of her designs.

The pure at heart Girl's Denim Capris

“The Pure At Heart” girl’s denim capris

Grace to all- Flowy Tank Top

“Grace to All” flowy tank top

Strength and dignity- Peek a Boo Tank Top with Lace Overlays

“Strength and Dignity”peek-a-boo tank top with lace overlays (Back)

Strength and dignity- Peek a Boo Tank Top with Lace Overlays2

“Strength and Dignity”peek-a-boo tank top with lace overlays (front)

A gentle answer- Girl's Christian Denim Shorts

“A Gentle Answer” girl’s Christian denim shorts

The word of God endures forever - Fitted Denim Shirt

“The Word of God Endures Forever” fitted denim shirt

Check out the full line here! Plus, enter the code “projectinspired” for 10% off your entire purchase through August 26, 2013!

Ladies, what do you think about Bisutti’s Christian clothing line? Do you think that these clothes are an effective way to share God’s Word? Would you wear them? 

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Image: God Inspired Fashion


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  1. jessicarose

    Posted by jessicarose on August 15, 2013 at 17:57

    I honestly probably wouldn’t wear this. It all looks a bit tacky to me! And I never wear such bright clothes! This is my favorite Christian clothing line: http://projectyourlove.storenvy.com/

  2. Peacegurl1960

    Posted by Peacegurl1960 on August 12, 2013 at 16:19

    I would! If they came in my size…

  3. TheTenthDoctor

    Posted by TheTenthDoctor on August 10, 2013 at 12:24

    Hmm… Always remember, if you can’t bear the cross on your back, don’t wear it on your chest. I think it’s alright to wear stuff like this, but be careful that you are sending the right message in the way you act too!

  4. mkay77

    Posted by mkay77 on August 10, 2013 at 11:27

    I wouldn’t wear clothing from this line; I’m thrifty (my papa earns a lot of money, but we still like living modestly) and I don’t think spending so much money on clothes is absolutely necessary. I also think the verses on the pants looked a bit tacky, especially the ones with writing on the thighs. I don’t want someone to stare at my thighs trying to read my pants; I’m going to get the wrong idea o_o

  5. Project Inspired

    Posted by koolyaid on August 10, 2013 at 11:14

    I think it’s a good idea that was poorly executed. I think that the Christian clothing lines, NOTW (Not Of This World) and We are On3 do a better job of making sure that their clothing articles are both fashionable and share the gospel.

  6. Nicolemariev

    Posted by Nicolemariev on August 10, 2013 at 08:44

    While Bisutti’s intent is noble, I feel like she should have just designed it as a regular clothing line and then found subtle ways to incorporate scripture. Anybody can buy an iron-on Bible verse and slap it on a piece of clothing–voila, instant Christian t-shirt. Some of the pieces are nice, but the Bible verses just take away from the appearance of the clothes. I was also a little surprised by the amount of racer back tank tops. I’m not against racer backs, per se, but it would have been nice to see a closed-back option as well (especially if you’re like me and you break out on your shoulders a lot!). A lot of the pieces look like something I could probably find in Target, Mandee, or JCPenney (and with a cheaper price tag, too).

    Not impressed.

  7. ponyinpink

    Posted by ponyinpink on August 9, 2013 at 13:27

    Maybe in LA people will pay 70+ dollars for jeans but ware im from and my point of view you would have to be either crazy or rich to buy that expensive of jeans. I think the stuff is cute but wayyyyy to . Also they don’t have as bug of a size selection as I would like to see on a site. I clicked on a pair of jeans and the highest they go is a 13. When actually is juniors size not adults because juniors go by odd numbers and adults go by even numbers. And I agree with a lot of these girls some of the cloths don’t match up to PI’s expectations of “Modesty”.. so for that I don’t understand why you are supporting it and even making the projectinspired a code for 10% off. I don’t find the cloths un-modest but they do not match up to what PI has set as “Modesty”. I don’t mean to sound rude but its kind of seems hypocritical of you to support these cloths when some of them go against your modesty rules.

  8. haileythehowell

    Posted by haileythehowell on August 9, 2013 at 10:24

    I think the tackiness is a bit of a problem. Bible verses are great, but to have them on every piece and have them printed so large… I don’t know how many people would actually buy this stuff. A Christian clothing line is a great idea though, it just needs to be executed in a more buyer-friendly and fashionable way.

  9. Mandi Pi

    Posted by Mandi Pi on August 9, 2013 at 07:12

    it does almost seem a little tacky………

  10. misstake

    Posted by misstake on August 9, 2013 at 06:47

    these are for little girls?

    umm…. that shirt is totally drawing attention to her butt lol not very attractive or modest but whateves. lol

    • vanilla

      Posted by vanilla on August 9, 2013 at 09:00

      I looked on their website, and they have options for kids, men, and women. These are from the women’s section.

  11. sha566

    Posted by sha566 on August 8, 2013 at 20:22

    I really like it I think I may by some jeans or a tank from the line. I really like the pink lace one. Thanks for sharing!!

  12. redeemed

    Posted by redeemed on August 8, 2013 at 19:18

    And now that I look at the entire line, the clothes are not incredibly modest either. That seems conflicting to me.

    • leahgrace99

      Posted by leahgrace99 on August 9, 2013 at 08:11

      How are they not modest? The shorts look at least knee length and the tank tops have thick straps and do not expose the wearers chest.

      • redeemed

        Posted by redeemed on August 12, 2013 at 08:32

        I was not referring to the clothes pictured here, but to the items on the website. Some of the skinny jeans are incredibly tight on the models that they are shown on. There are also quite a few tank tops on the site and I generally find most tank tops to be immodest. I suppose their clothes could be worn modestly but the models on the site do not do so.

    • Madd

      Posted by Madd on August 9, 2013 at 07:59

      Incredibly modest? What, as in an Amish dress and cap? Look, I don’t particularly care for the clothes, but there’s nothing immodest about a blue jacket or a pair of shorts. So maybe chill out.

      • vanilla

        Posted by vanilla on August 9, 2013 at 08:59

        The website has skinny jeans, and I assume that’s what she’s talking about. They looked a tad tight to me. (I’m a little stricter than some, but I don’t dress like an Amish person. I just prefer to wear skinny jeans that are a little looser.) Just to add my two cents. 🙂

  13. redeemed

    Posted by redeemed on August 8, 2013 at 19:15

    I kind of feel like walking around with Bible verses on your clothes (other than like mission trip t’s) is a bit self-righteous. Speak with your actions, not your Bible verse logos.

  14. Project Inspired

    Posted by myfishisbeautiful on August 8, 2013 at 15:01

    While I think that’s an admirable idea, I feel it’s a little tacky to put a bible verse and a huge logo on every piece of clothing. Especially to make it so large. Couldn’t she make modest, fashionable pieces with maybe a small logo? I’m not saying she can’t put bible verses on any of the clothes- that’s awesome! But I don’t think I’d be willing to walk around with a huge bible verse on me every day. It just looks tacky!

  15. goatwrangler

    Posted by goatwrangler on August 8, 2013 at 14:37

    Especially love the jeans!

  16. LauraLove

    Posted by LauraLove on August 8, 2013 at 12:39

    I love Kylie Bisutti!! Ever since PI introduced her book for the book club, I’ve been learning so much from her! I Can’t wait to buy something from her new line!!

  17. vanilla

    Posted by vanilla on August 8, 2013 at 12:32

    I think that’s a very admirable idea, and it’s great that she wants to spread the gospel through clothes! I don’t think I’ll buy any of her clothes though. Although they’re not terribly over-priced, I don’t want to spend quite that much money on clothing. (I don’t buy clothes from places like Hollister for the same reason, so this probably isn’t an issue for some people.)
    Overall, though, I think her clothing line was a great idea!