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Modest Is Hottest! Julianne Hough Shimmers in Shorts and We Give One Star a Makeover!

Girlies, the “fingertip rule” is usually the standard minimum length set by schools and businesses for skirts and dresses. But the fingertip rule doesn’t account for short arms and long legs…seriously! Additionally, this rule is a standard determined by society and, as we know, society doesn’t consider Christian modesty.

So what is a modest length for skirts and dresses? Usually, standard modest lengths are two inches above the knee and longer. Why? Because anything shorter shows too much of the thigh when standing and rides up even more when sitting! This can cause major “wardrobe malfunctions” and peek-a-boo moments, if you know what I mean. Have you set a personal rule for skirt and dress lengths, girls?

Now let’s get to this week’s selection!


Emma Watson

What a unique way of dressing up a pair of Capri pants for a dressy occasion! I love the strapless bodice and and pant mix. Both are modestly fitted but not tight.


Taylor Swift

I’m a huge fan of girly, floral dresses. This one is a gorgeous shape, great length and the embroidery adds lovely texture.


Julianne Hough

Here’s another cute outfit. The shimmery waistcoat top and shorts are a great combo! When it comes to shorts, the length can be a little shorter than a skirt or dress. Why? Because with shorts, you aren’t as likely to have a “wardrobe malfunction” because they’re closed. Halfway down the thigh and longer is a modest length…anything shorter and you’re in hot pants!


Felicity Jones

I like the monochromatic look of this outfit, as well as the various materials. I also like the style of the jacket and the flared skirt. However, the length of the skirt is too short. A few more inches and this outfit would have been perfectly modest!


Which of our three modest looks is your favorite?

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  1. Project Inspired

    Posted by hannah_noodle on August 14, 2013 at 10:35

    I love Taylors dress! I am a big fan of her music too

  2. princesseowyn

    Posted by princesseowyn on June 15, 2013 at 15:10

    I absolutely LOVE Taylor Swift’s dress! It’s so feminine and pretty! 🙂

  3. madisynn_7x

    Posted by madisynn_7x on June 15, 2013 at 08:14

    I wouldn’t be allowed to wear any of those. The rule in our house is no shoulders showing (so nothing strapless, and a dress has to have a sweater) and defiantly no shorts! They touch the top of your knee!!! I’m not saying I agree with my parents but until I turn 18 thats the rules. So no offense but a lot of the “outfit choices” don’t really ever help me.

    • applebypie123

      Posted by applebypie123 on June 15, 2013 at 18:33

      So you are not allowed to wear shorts, or they must be knee length? Sorry, I’m confused lol

  4. Cylesgirl4ever

    Posted by Cylesgirl4ever on June 14, 2013 at 17:13

    I not only love Taylor Swift’s dress, I’m also a fan of hers.

  5. Marcy

    Posted by Marcy on June 12, 2013 at 13:54

    There’s no one size fits all rule for modesty. I believe that we should dress modestly, but I don’t agree with either the fingertip rule or the 2 inches above the knee or longer rule. The Bible never tells us exactly how many inches long our skirts must be. (My personal conviction and what fits with my body type is knee length or longer for skirts.)

  6. misstake

    Posted by misstake on June 12, 2013 at 06:41

    Cool! I even though its not modest, I like the last one best. I LOVE Julianne’s shoes! I saw them in a mag a few months ago and was obsessed! The first one is interesting, but I dont like the white shirt poking out of the bottom, should have been black… 🙂 Thanks!

  7. MeishaH

    Posted by MeishaH on June 11, 2013 at 22:55

    I love Taylor Swift’s dress! The others I would never be caught dead wearing.

  8. Ashli Payj

    Posted by Ashli Payj on June 11, 2013 at 18:34

    pretty much the only ones i liked were the Taylor’s and Felecity’s. I LOVED Felecity’s skirt! If she were to wear some bright leggings, it would not only add a little color to the outfit, but also make it more cutesy, less edgy, and more modest.

  9. Project Inspired

    Posted by PinkPrincess on June 11, 2013 at 18:22

    looove Taylor’s Dress<3

  10. horseluver2498

    Posted by horseluver2498 on June 11, 2013 at 15:25

    I don’t really think any of these are modest

    • madisynn_7x

      Posted by madisynn_7x on June 15, 2013 at 08:16

      I agree!

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 16:32

      it’s okay, some ppl have different versions of modesty…but it is always better to be overly modest than just immodest enough to make our brothers in Christ stumble. 🙂

  11. sisterwhocares

    Posted by sisterwhocares on June 11, 2013 at 15:06

    Emma Watson’s look is very unique, and I like that part of it. However, the outfit would look much better if that top was a dress–I mean, come on! It totally looks like someone took the top of a really cool gown and chopped it off. That kind of ruins the look. However, the navy pants go well with the top, and her accessories are tastefully minimal for the overall outfit. As cute as Taylor Swift’s dress is (and, like Emma, I LOVE her style sense), it is still ugly, a little too cute. Sorry, I don’t do frills; I prefer feminine to girly. Julianne Hough’s outfit is very, very ugly, and those shoes–gack!!! Even though I normally don’t like the immodest outfit, I must say that Felicity’s is my favorite. It has a biker chick edge, but is still cute and lady-like, and very well-accessorized. If the skirt was just a few inches longer, it would definitely be a perfect ten.

  12. spyder

    Posted by spyder on June 11, 2013 at 11:20

    The so called “immodest dress” is the only one that looks semi-decent in this selection
    …except maybe taylors, but I don’t like florals. I actually think the last dress is cute, but there is no choice for it on the poll 🙁

  13. SlinkyKitty88

    Posted by SlinkyKitty88 on June 11, 2013 at 01:42

    I didn’t really like any of them but the last one.
    Taylor’s dress has a super cute style, but for the most part, I dislike floral.

    That last one isn’t too short at all. Nearly any skirt can fly up in the wind, and I think every girl here knows by now how to retrieve fallen items in a ladylike way. No one’ll see your underpants if you move right. 😛

    @democratic, your comment is too far down the reply line for me to reply to it directly. But I love it. I’m sure I’d be thinkin’, “Oh crap, everyone saw my underpants, and I wasn’t even wearing cute ones today!” and not ,”OH NOES. What if I made a random guy stumble when my skirt slipped up a bit higher than I thought it would?”

    • democratic

      Posted by democratic on June 11, 2013 at 13:14

      lmao thanks 🙂 And I’m the same- I always make an effort to wear cute underwear when I’m wearing skirts now hahha.

      • SlinkyKitty88

        Posted by SlinkyKitty88 on June 11, 2013 at 23:04

        @Mandi, it was meant to be humorous (While being totally honest at the same time).
        And if you reread my post, you will find I stated my reasons for having the opinion that I have.

    • applebypie123

      Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 11:34

      Haha, I’m between both of those things:) I wouldn’t care about cute undies, but causing a guy to stumble becasue my skirt blew up in the wind would be the farthest thing from my mind. I’d probably be thinking thoughts of absolute mortification lol. Cause no matter how long you skirt it, if its windy enough, bad things can happen lol. I mean, I would never purposefully wear anything that made a guy stumble, but hey accidents happen.

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 13:27

        ah….how can you say in your personal experience it doesn’t make a difference?? you don’t know what’s going through guys’ heads when they see girls in immodest clothing!

        and i mean, i understand your mind not going automatically to “i probably just made a guy stumble”, mine probably wouldn’t either (i agree applebypie123, i’d just be mortified too!), but you saying your automatic thought would be “i wasn’t even wearing cute undies”, i just find really wrong…sorry, but same to you democratic…..(and sorry, i’m not saying you’re both bad ppl or something). :/

      • SlinkyKitty88

        Posted by SlinkyKitty88 on June 11, 2013 at 13:11

        Yes! That’s exactly what I meant. I would never think of that. And I never do.

        I notice guys creeping on me SIGNIFICANTLY more when I am wearing something that would meet PI’s standards. So I really never worry about what I’m wearing. In my personal experience, it does not make a difference.

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 09:01

      i think this skirt in particular was just too short because of the way it’s made (like the style)…if you sat down or even walked the wrong way it would probably be easy to see up her skirt!

      and um, i certainly hope you don’t think that when your skirt comes up accidentally…because, yes, as Christians we DO need to be aware of how we dress because it IS a bigger deal than you’d think when you make even a stranger stumble!! like it says in the Bible (sorry, i don’t know the exact verse!), once a man looks at a woman and commits adultery in his heart, it is the same as if he has already committed the sin. if you have no problem whatsoever with showing off your underwear to guys and everyone else and making Christian guys (and even non-Christian ones) sin when they can’t do a thing about it, then…wow…(sorry, i’m not being rude or judging you or anything, i’m just saying)…and just for the record it was a bit offensive to me when you said “and not, ‘OH NOES. What if i made a random guy stumble when my skirt slipped up a bit higher than i thought it would?” :/

      • Leftie

        Posted by Leftie on February 4, 2017 at 16:44

        They can’t do a thing about it? In what universe?

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 13:15

        what do you mean SlinkyKitty88? (and sorry i if i for some reason misunderstood your comment)

      • SlinkyKitty88

        Posted by SlinkyKitty88 on June 11, 2013 at 13:06

        Where did I say I didn’t have a problem with it?

  14. Posted by Nicole on June 10, 2013 at 23:40

    I didn’t like any of them except Taylor’s- I LOVE her dress, this is my favorite style of dress to wear! the “fit and flare” shape I think is so cute and feminine!

  15. livigrace97

    Posted by livigrace97 on June 10, 2013 at 22:38

    I would prefer these articles if the “make-over” wasn’t included. I think everyone has their own standards of modesty, and this section kind of trumps their opinions. For example, I don’t find the last outfit to be completely scandalous at all; the only reason I wouldn’t wear it is because I don’t find it very cute. I understand the point of including that section is to set the author’s standards of modesty, but as I stated previously, this standard might not match other people’s standards such as mine. This is me stating my opinion; I’m not trying to insult the author or anything, I just thought it should be said.

    • tmgaouette

      Posted by tmgaouette on June 11, 2013 at 12:09

      Thanks for the comments. To clarify, the modesty standards I adhere to in the MIH posts are not based on my personal opinion, but rather Christian teaching. If you’re interested in what I base the standards on, check out http://www.projectinspired.com/kt-style-guide-for-christian-girls-modesty/ I hope that helps. God bless! TMG

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 13:13

        i actually just found and read this post earlier! it is very helpful! thank you tmgaouette, you are awesome! ^_^

      • democratic

        Posted by democratic on June 11, 2013 at 12:37

        I’m sorry, Ms Gaouette, but I can’t believe that you’re saying that these posts are based not off of your personal opinion but on Christian teaching.

        The Bible NEVER said how long or short or how much a lady should reveal. When talking about men lusting, the bible only talks of how men should control themselves, not about how girls should cover themselves up. When talking about Modesty, the bible says that a women shouldn’t braid their hair or wear jewelry- something that the very people you deemed ‘modest’ have done in the pictures you posted.

        I’m not saying that women shouldn’t braid their hair or wear jewelry- I’m just saying that it’s wrong of you to say that your OPINION of modesty are teachings of Christ.

      • tmgaouette

        Posted by tmgaouette on June 11, 2013 at 17:10

        @democratic: Thanks for your comment! Unfortunately, scripture is not always specific about some things like the length of a skirt, which is why Christians need to rely on those who have an authority on scripture, such as their priests and pastors. To be clear, I wrote that the standards that I use are based on Christian teaching, not that my “opinion of modesty are teachings of Christ.” And that teaching is relayed in the post I mentioned by author Monsignor Charles M. Mangan, who put together his standards based on the principles of modesty set by Pope Pius XII, who I would say is a pretty high authority on scripture and Christ’s teaching. As for the scripture you referenced from 1 Timothy, it states fully, “I also want the women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, adorning themselves, not with elaborate hairstyles or gold or pearls or expensive clothes,” which doesn’t mean women can’t braid their hair or wear jewelry. It means that women should dress in a manner that does not bring attention to themselves, but rather conduct themselves with modesty and in moderation. Regarding causing others (in this case brothers) to stumble/fall into sin, consider Mark 9:42: “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him if a great millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea.” I also feel that Romans 12:1-2 is clear about how Christ expects us to treat our bodies: “Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God–this is your true and proper worship. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” There are many biblical passages that reference modesty, lust, and causing others to sin such as Romans 14:12-15, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, and 1 Peter 3:3-4. I wish I could list them all, but this response is already too long. Many of our posts on modesty, lust, and temptation reference biblical scripture. I hope this helps. God bless! TMG

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 08:48

      yeah…i kind of agree, like another girl said once, the immodest post really does more harm than good. :/ the last outfit is kinda pushing the limit in my opinion…though it’s mostly only because of the style of skirt, because if you were to sit down or even walk a certain way, someone could probably very easily see up that skirt because of how it’s made.

  16. Project Inspired

    Posted by on June 10, 2013 at 20:37

    I posted this on the last one of these twice, although it seemed to mysteriously disappear both times. It seems to me that the point of these posts is not to teach girls how to draw attention to their personalities, but how to teach them to be “hottest.” That isn’t what modesty is about. Fact is, when we dress nicely, we want people to notice. Sure, we might be trying to tell them something about ourselves, but one of those things is that we are fashionable and, apparently, “hottest.” If we really wanted men to only focus on our personalities, we would all wear burlap sacks.

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 07:48

      a lot of ppl seem to take these posts in different ways than others (and that’s okay)…i don’t think the point is to show girls how to “draw attention to” their personalities, or to show girls how to be “hottest”…and for the record, i personally don’t think modest is hottest was the best name choice for these posts, just because of how many ppl take it the wrong way…but honestly, just ignore the name, i’m thinking the name was mainly chosen because it’s a catchy rhyme, not because the posts are trying to show girls how to be hot. it is VERY bad when guys like girls just for their bodies, so in a way we need to help them not be distracted by “hotness” (by wearing modest clothing)…that doesn’t mean we have to wear burlap sacks though. 😀 i’m not being rude or anything, i just wanted to try and clear things up by sharing my point of view. 😀

    • lotr1997

      Posted by lotr1997 on June 11, 2013 at 04:21

      When they say hottest, they don’t mean in that sense! Hottest can mean stylish as well. We have just taken it over the years and made it mean sexy.

  17. AngieUptain

    Posted by AngieUptain on June 10, 2013 at 19:45

    I don’t think the last one was too short..

  18. AllisonGrace

    Posted by AllisonGrace on June 10, 2013 at 19:27

    I like all of these 🙂 Emma’s is a little off, but I’m liking this post. I agree with TM. That skirt might fly up, which would be embarassing. I’d probably put black tights on.

    On another note: I tend to be critical on these posts when it comes to the rules of modesty. But I just started a new job, and it’s really hard, and I’ve gotten zero encouragement today. TM, I think you’re a gifted writer with a great heart. You do your job well 🙂 it isn’t easy to respond to harsh comments, and you do it with grace. Everyone deserves encouragement and a compliment 🙂

    • Shesapirate

      Posted by Shesapirate on June 14, 2013 at 16:26

      AllisonGrace, you are so cool. In your comments you always show respect and love to everybody, even the people you disagree with. I don’t ever comment on these posts because you always sum up exactly what I would say, except in much better words. Ok, now I sound creepy and stalkerish. 😛 anyway, you’re sups awesome and I wanted to let you know that. ^_^

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 13:32

      what tmgaouette said! 😀

    • tmgaouette

      Posted by tmgaouette on June 11, 2013 at 11:50

      I really appreciate your kind words. Thank you. And good luck on your new job. Just remember that Jesus is your number one fan. Glorify Him. Please Him. He’s the only one that counts! I always pray that I glorify Him in everything I say, do and write. You will be great! God bless. TMG

  19. applebypie123

    Posted by applebypie123 on June 10, 2013 at 17:56

    I don’t think any are really that cute, and I don’t really mind the last one… I mean its a little short, but nothing horrible. And I don’t really agree that any shorts shorter than halfway down your thigh are “hotpants.” These are hotpants:


    Not these:


    • AllisonGrace

      Posted by AllisonGrace on June 13, 2013 at 04:55

      I think those shorts are perfect! It’s super hot where I live too, so I understand. Can’t exactly judge a pair of shorts until you try them on ladies 😉 I’m sure they look great and modest!

    • SlinkyKitty88

      Posted by SlinkyKitty88 on June 11, 2013 at 23:00

      @Apple, I live where it’s hot too. These gals clearly are unaware that shorter shorts are WAY COOLER.
      So long as yo butt don’t hang out (Which it wouldn’t in the AE shorts) they’re good.

      Also, yayyy for getting them on sale! 😀

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 07:51

      sorry, just to be clear…are you saying the second link you showed are too short, or only the ones in the link on the first link are too short?? just want to be clear. (in my opinion the first ones are too short and the second ones are pretty much fine.)

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 08:44

        oh okay.

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 08:16

        I’m saying the asos ones are hotpants, and the ae ones are not:)

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 07:52

        i mean, the shorts i own are a tad bit longer than the second pair of shorts you showed, so maybe they are a tiny bit too short

    • SlinkyKitty88

      Posted by SlinkyKitty88 on June 11, 2013 at 01:30

      I love the AE shorts. Shorts in that length are SO hard to find!

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 16:58

        Okay, well to be ghonest, I want to be modest, (which I feel that I usually am) but I also am going to wear flattering clothes. For me, I don’t think baggy shorts are flattering, plus they gap when i sit down, so I prefer more fitted shorts, because I usually wear loose tops, and want to be balanced.

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 08:17

        IKR! I was so excited, cuz they were on sale for $25 a pair rather than their regular $40! So I got two pairs:) The dark denim and pink corduroy ones:)

    • AngieUptain

      Posted by AngieUptain on June 10, 2013 at 19:46

      I totally agree!

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 13:51

        Well, I don’t think mine are inapropriate, or else I wouldn’t have bought them. Plus, if I feel like they look too short, I can just roll down the cuff once. But I have never really seen loose denim shorts…

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 13:31

        oh :/ i have shorts kind of like the AE shorts. but i mean, mine are like one or two inches longer and aren’t NEARLY as tight…but my mom doesn’t let me wear shorts that are inappropriate in any way so i’m pretty sure mine are okay…

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 11:36

        Eh, me AND my mom were fine with them, so I think there alright:) But different strokes for different folks I guess:) I don’t really think they are too short, because they aren’t showing anything, and denim gets looser each time you wear it:)

    • Arathay

      Posted by Arathay on June 10, 2013 at 19:23

      I would def say that the AE shorts are too short. They need a good 5 or 6 inches. It’s just a lot of thigh showing.

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 15:03

        applebypie123- actually there are…you just have to find the right size. my shorts aren’t baggy, but they are close, so they aren’t tight at all.

      • tmgaouette

        Posted by tmgaouette on June 11, 2013 at 10:25

        I would agree that the AE shorts are too short and tight. TMG

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 08:15

        Plus, you can roll down the cuff to make them as long or as short as you want!

      • applebypie123

        Posted by applebypie123 on June 11, 2013 at 08:14

        Eh.. I don’t really think so. I know modesty shouldn’t be relative, but wear I live and its 90,000 degrees and humid, no body wants to wear long shorts. I actually just bought these, and they are so cute! I say as long as they are thumb length and don’t show my butt, they’re alright.

  20. leftbehindthekidsfan

    Posted by leftbehindthekidsfan on June 10, 2013 at 16:22

    The immodest dress is almost the same length as the shorts on the third girl, and the immodest dresses top is more modest than the others. I personally don’t wear anything above my knee, but I don’t have a problem with others doing it. I just don’t understand the immodesty compared to the “modest” dresses in this post.

    But aside from that, I love these posts! Keep them up 😀

    • tmgaouette

      Posted by tmgaouette on June 10, 2013 at 16:52

      Thanks for the question! The length of the skirt actually looks higher on the thigh than the shorts. But as I mentioned above, shorts can hit half way up the leg because they are closed off. Moving around in those shorts would not reveal anything inappropriate. Without trying to sound crass, short skirts and dresses are accessible to the upper thighs, etc. When moving around, sitting, bending, etc. you are prone to a “wardrobe malfunction’ in a skirt that short, which would likely cause lustful thoughts. The rest of the black outfit is fine! TMG

      • tmgaouette

        Posted by tmgaouette on June 11, 2013 at 10:24

        @democratic In all the Modest is Hottest posts I try to highlight an element related to modesty, e.g. how it affects boys, how it affects girls, why it’s important to Christian girls, how it relates to the Word, and so on. All these areas are important when it comes to modesty, but unfortunately I cannot list them all in every MIH post, as it would be redundant. You may be interested in looking back at the previous MIH posts for some of the answers to your questions. The following MIH post discusses how modesty affects boys. http://www.projectinspired.com/modest-is-hottest-emma-stone-redesigns-for-modesty-and-we-give-one-star-a-makeover/ I hope this helps. God bless! TMG

      • leftbehindthekidsfan

        Posted by leftbehindthekidsfan on June 11, 2013 at 07:53

        I understand what you mean now. Thank you T.M. 🙂

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 11, 2013 at 07:40

        what do you mean democratic?

      • Mandi Pi

        Posted by Mandi Pi on June 10, 2013 at 17:47

        yes, that’s what most ppl go by. when i do wear shorter dresses/skirts i have to be very aware of how i sit/bend over!! 😀

      • democratic

        Posted by democratic on June 10, 2013 at 17:15

        wow i love how when you talk about ‘wardrobe malfunctions’ you talk about how the boys would be affected instead of how girls (the ones actually WEARING the outfit) would be affected.

    • vanilla

      Posted by vanilla on June 10, 2013 at 16:37

      If you carefully read what T.M. Gaouette wrote, she said that she thinks it’s okay for shorts to be a little shorter than dresses/skirts because shorts are less likely to accidentally show something. So that’s why the same length might be immodest – it depends on the clothing item. 🙂

    • Mandi Pi

      Posted by Mandi Pi on June 10, 2013 at 16:32

      yeah, the last one really isn’t all that immodest. i mean, the skirt length is pushing the limit but at least the rest of it is modest…(i’m not saying i would wear it…my mom wouldn’t let me wear a dress that short anyways.)

  21. LoVeYoUrSeLf98

    Posted by LoVeYoUrSeLf98 on June 10, 2013 at 16:15

    I only liked Taylor’s dress..I totally agree with Amanda. What was Emma thinking? Here’s to show everyone has a different style. 🙂

  22. WriterGirl

    Posted by WriterGirl on June 10, 2013 at 16:14

    Emma Watson’s outfit. Love. :O

    I love the last one too, actually, though I’d wear it with leggings and my leather boots.

  23. lotr1997

    Posted by lotr1997 on June 10, 2013 at 16:09

    I am in love with Emma’s outfit! Very unique and classy! I would wear a jacket over it myself! Taylor’s dress is SO GORGEOUS!!!!!!! Love the shape and pattern! Julianne’s outfit was kind of weird, but a nice concept. The last one would have been perfect if the skirt would have been a few inches longer!

  24. Project Inspired

    Posted by on June 10, 2013 at 16:06

    I don’t think the “immodest dress” is to short this time. Its not like she is going to be doing acrobats in it or anything. 🙂 lol

    Anyways keep it up for the most part I enjoy these posts! 🙂

    Could you do a post on what you could do to make an immodest dress modest?

  25. Mandi Pi

    Posted by Mandi Pi on June 10, 2013 at 15:16

    okay…i’m not saying she looks ugly or anything, but Emma Watson’s is soooo weird! Talyor Swift’s is cute…then Julianne Hough’s was weird again! (though i was really excited to see Julianne on here, i was a huge fan of hers on Dancing With the Stars, she’s an amazing dancer! :O And the last girl’s was weird too. :/

    • Kyla

      Posted by Kyla on June 10, 2013 at 16:18

      I know right? My exact thoughts!! You read my mind! 😉
      And it’s definitely exciting to see Julieanne on here!!