Beauty & Fashion
Modest Is Hottest! Blake Lively Looks Lovely in a Spring Print and We Give One Star a Makeover!
Written by T.M. Gaouette | April 1, 2013
Ladies, I wanted to highlight one of the comments written last week by lovedbyjesus. She wrote:
…it really and truly doesn’t matter what your opinions are. Because when our feeble opinions are held in comparison to God’s rock solid truth, well, there is no comparison. Modesty is not something we make the rules for. We are to honor God in EVERYTHING we do. This includes our dress.
This is so true. Our focus as Christians should be on Christ first and foremost; it doesn’t matter what our personal opinion is. When I select these dresses, I look for modesty based on Christian teaching first. As Christians, we should put God over everyone and everything…including immodesty. Why? Because He asked us to.
I also wanted to let you know that I’m so pleased that these posts create discussion. Let us remember, however, that the judgement should be directed at the dresses, not each other or the celebrities wearing them. God bless you all!
Okay…so let’s get to it!
I love the color and style of this dress. It’s a simple and classic cut, but the floor length train adds a fun, elegant touch, and even though it’s strapless, the dress doesn’t reveal cleavage. If you prefer to cover your shoulders, you also can add a cute cardigan or shawl to make a strapless dress more modest!
For those of you looking for a more casual ensemble, how about his adorable outfit? The long shirt comes low over the tailored pants and the high boots are a lovely touch.
I adore this spring dress. The sheer shoulder and flower print are beautifully subtle and fitting for the season. Plus, the just-above-the-knee length is perfectly modest.
Although the color, print and style of this dress is really cute, the length is too short and the neckline reveals the cleavage. With a longer hem and higher neckline, it would be a perfect spring dress!
Which of our three modest looks is your favorite?
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