First up we have Iris from Germany again! I love this outfit of her's. It looks like a lovely warm outfit, but isn't frumpy. Her jewelry wonderfully accents the style and structure of her ensemble.
Pullover: (hand-me-down) X-Mail
Skirt: (thrifted) Colours Of The World
Boots: Deichmann (German shoe-store)
The Blue Birdhouse. The reason I like this outfit is because it's so fun, modern, comfortable and pretty. This outfit came together on one of those days when I didn't really know what to wear.☺ Now I can't wait to wear it again in the future! I am always looking for nice sets that I can repeat in the future and every week I share an outfit on my blog. ☺
~~*~~Here is a fabulous mother/daughter duo! I love Ms. Christi's pulled-together ensemble with the scarf and cardigan! Her daughter Allie has a wonderful example to follow!
Hello! My name is Christi. I am a wife and mother and live in a small town in Tennessee. I blog over at http://corbinandalliekate.
blogspot.com. As a mother of a daughter, I love Fresh Modesty. I am grateful that
there are still young women dressing modestly. I love showing my
daughter the pictures of the different outfits. My outfit in the
picture is so comfortable. I wear my black maxi and just change the
tops to make new outfit. And I love scarves. Scaves completely dress
up any outfit.
~~*~~Lastly, we have my friend Emily! She's in Russia right now where the sun rises very late, so she's been excused the inside pictures. ;) She did a wonderful job with this outfit. The shirt and skirt are just the right shapes for each other, and her belt adds a feminine definition. Love the color on her, too!
My name is Emily; I'm twenty-four, and I'm currently serving as a missionary nanny for a family traveling in Russia. You can read about my adventures on my travel blog: www.emilyjoyd.blogspot.com or on the blog of my missionary companions: www.davidsonsinrussia.com.
This Sunday I wore a simple charcoal grey skirt (thrifted, and I had to change the zipper) that is heavy enough to be warm outside, but soft enough to be comfortable inside. I also wore a short-sleeved purple high-neck T that I've had forever, with a crepe speckled blouse from the Dress Barn, and a black belt to keep it all in. I'm wear flats indoors, since everyone here wears some sort of slipper inside. To go out, since it's cool and muddy and we have to walk everywhere, everyone bundles up in coats, boots, scarves gloves and hats. These necessary additions rather ruin the effect of the outfit!
~~*~~Thank you so much for your submissions, ladies! Readers, what are your favorite elements of these outfits? What makes them "work"?