Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Concealed Carry | Purple Skinny Corduroys

Hey y'all! When I announced the Concealed Carry Series back at the beginning of September, I really didn't know how y'all would respond since I'd never mentioned firearms on the blog here before. I was pleasantly surprised by your excited responses! Today I'm sharing an outfit I wore this past Friday to pick my dad up from the airport and do errands with my sister in Nashville. 

If you've been following for a while, you may remember me mentioning my purple skinny jeans last winter. It's finally cool enough to wear them again! Since I've gotten some questions lately asking my thoughts on skinny jeans, I figured I could kill several birds with one stone by sharing this outfit. ;) 

(so small disclaimer here: these look a tighter in the pictures than they do in person. My sister just looked over my shoulder and said, 'huh, those look tighter there then they actually are'. They are almost too loose sometimes and look sloppy, so idk what the deal is.)
So, skinny jeans: I think they can totally be worn modestly. Just like my regular jeans rule, I try to keep my backside covered while wearing them. But, from a style standpoint, I think only a very few people can pull them off well. This pair is the only ones I have found look semi-okay on me because of my hourglass shape. Girls who are tall and skinny can wear them so much easier. 

 Do you ever put on something, think, "ehh, okay, its fine for this time" but then someone in your family comments and says they LOVE the outfit? That's the case with this. My dad really likes it, which is funny to me since it's definitely not a big favorite of mine. But I'm glad. :)

// outfit details //
Tunic: Thrift Store, $1
Pants: Jolt Brand, ThredUP
Purse: JustFab
Shoes: ThredUP
Sunglasses: Ann Taylor
Holster: T-Rex Arms

I chose to go with super comfy almost-slippers for the day to continue the laid-back feel of my outfit. With skinny jeans, it's important to wear low profile shoes that don't make you look like a clown with huge feet compare to your skinny ankles. ;) 

Alright, I'm finally to the part you've been waiting for: How I'm concealing with this outfit! I kept my gun on all day very comfortably (except taking it out when I went into Costco which doesn't allow guns) and didn't have to worry about it at all, which is so so nice. 

My gun is a Kel-Tec p380. It's one of the smallest guns you can get and that was very intentional on my part. I have a small frame which makes it difficult to conceal a large weapon, so I chose to go with something I would actually carry as opposed to something with more power that I would have to really work to conceal. I may change my mind one day, but this is my set-up right now. 

To wear it on my hip, which is the most comfortable for all-day wear, especially with lots of driving, I wore a belt that Snake Eater Tactical made for me to test for him. It's a great, great belt that works with all my jeans, all my shirts, and is so secure for holsters. Chris doesn't yet have this womenn's belt available on his website, but you could probably contact him to get one custom.

My holster is a simple Outside the Waistband holster from T-Rex Arms. Lucas put malice clips on it instead of the standard loops so that the rig sits as close to my body as possible. This system works so well and would totally be worth having him custom make one for you.

I hope this post gave you an idea for some top/jeans outfits you can put together for easier concealed carry!
 Do you have any colored jeans that you just love? How do you usually conceal?



76 comments :

  1. I find this post very interesting even though it doesn't really apply to me since concealed weapons are against the law in Canada! I like that you talked about how to wear skinny jeans modestly though:)

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    1. I didn't know that! ha-ha! I guess cuz I don't live in Canada. :)-

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    2. I am from Canada too, and to be able to just carry a gun aroud seems so weird to me

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    3. To me, the whole idea of not being able to carry guns around is weird! That's funny. ;)

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  2. I agree with your dad- I love this outfit! It's probably one of my favorites of yours! I used to have skinnies just like yours! Same color and everything! I also had two more pairs in hot pink and royal blue. Colored skinnies are some of my favorite fashion pieces! They really go with a lot! Thanks for sharing!
    Blessings,
    Grace

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  3. As far as looking tighter in photos than in person, I think it's the shadow in these photos! it's on the inside of your leg and I think is making the pants look a little more form-fitting than they really are.

    That said, super cute outfit! I'm kind of fascinated by the concealed carry thing - I live in a state FULL of gun enthusiasts, but come from a rural area where there weren't many guns at all in Illinois, so I'm kind of figuring the whole thing out. Is it comfortable to sit down, lean over, stretch, etc with the gun right there?

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    1. With the right size gun for the person & a good (quality) holster, Absolutely yes! It is very fun, too!!!

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  4. You are SO PRETTY. I am such a fan of this outfit! And that has definitely happened to me before! It's so funny how it works that way sometimes. You did a great job concealing super practically/comfortably!

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  5. I used to be oh-so-opposed to skinny jeans, but that was because all I saw where the skin-tight jeans that not only were immodest but totally not flattering at all!! :D I have one pair that I wear that are very loose, because I have a hard time finding skinny jeans that look good on me. ;) I, literally, am built almost exactly like you--5 foot 3, with a definite hourglass shape. :) So I can relate to all the problems you talk about finding shirts/pants that work. :P

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  6. Hi! My name is Macy :)

    I don't usually comment on your blog, in fact, this is my first time!
    I just had to say something about this post, props to you for having a conceal carry! There is so much drama going on right now about how bad guns are, but I am a small person (only 5'5") and have never looked very "mature" I also drive a lot of places alone. I think it is so much safer to have a gun on you, especially for girls, and I mean to get a permit and gun as soon as I'm old enough. Anyways, cool post, and I have really enjoyed reading your blog!!

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  7. You look so pretty! I love that tunic... I can't believe it was only $1!
    -Marianne

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      I love Sense and senseibility too!

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  8. Having just moved to Nashville area from Texas I have actually been concerned about carrying here in tenessee (back home it's no big deal) I must say I would never have thought it would be possible to conceal with skinny jeans (without boots anyway)

    So happy I stumbled across your blog

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  9. I've been encourraged by friends to get the necessary stuff for concealed carry, but due to size and comfort I wasn't sure if it was something I'd really want to get into. It's nice to know that there are options out there for smaller women!

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  10. Very classy :) Love the lilac skinnies. I don't own any coloured jeans right now but I just might pick some up next time we go bargain shopping ;) As the Botkin sisters once said, dirty-work/farm clothes don't have to be ugly.

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  11. Why the concealed weapon?

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    1. Frankly, they're a.w.e.s.o.m.e.

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  12. I've really been enjoying these concealed carry posts!

    I really like your outfit here, I think you pulled it off well! I received a pair of skinny jeans from a friend and have never worn them because I wasn't sure how to pull it off! Now I may have to give it a try, thanks for the inspiration.

    Also, thanks for the links to the belt and holsters I'll definitely have to give them a look around! Will the malice clips work with any belt (mine is 1 1/2 " wide) or will they only work with the conceal carry belts?

    Bobbi

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  13. Gorgeous! That color purple is unique, I like them. I'm one of those girls who can't really pull off skinny jeans! I have an hourglass shape too, but I think my hips are quite a bit wider than yours. Which means I end up looking "odd."
    Anyway...
    I'd don't wear any concealed weapons. I'm totally for law abiding citizens having/carrying guns responsible-but to be honest, they make me nervous. So...yep! :)
    Natasha
    www.natashaatkerson.blogspot.com

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  14. really liked this post! Do you wear concealed with skirts? I'm old enough to carry yet, but my hubby is, and will definitely get my license and hopefully a weapon when I am...

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    1. Yeah, I was wondering how you concealed with skirts too. I wear skirts a lot, and when I am old enough, hope to be able to carry just as comfortably with them. Anna

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  15. So then that is a real gun? Why did you choose to carry it?

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  16. Great post! I love how you brought fashion, modesty and the concealed carry factor all into one package! I will definitely be on the lookout for tunic like shirts to help with concealment! Thank you!

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  17. love this whole entry.... fantastic! was so excited to see my love of wholesome fashion and common sense like carrying concealed come into play here.....thank you for being bold to step out in another area of personal conviction! i support you 100%! i even showed my hubby this post b/c he is the one that introduced me to the idea in the first place! he thought it was cool - big score for fresh modesty!

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  18. The concealed carry thing is a good idea. Right now I just carry pepper spray...but I'm thinking of getting my concealed carry license this fall. I like the holster!!!

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  19. Cute outfit! I'm too young to carry guns (14) and I'm not even sure I will when I'm old enough, but this post was still very helpful! I don't have any colored skinny jeans, only regular denim, but love the way you styled those!
    Keep up the good work!
    ~Abby

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  20. LOVE this outfit! One of favorites! The lilac pants are so cute! (3 posts in one day? I feel like a slacker:)

    Jenna

    craftswithoutborders.blogspot.com

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  21. In my country they are very strict with guns. And not even the police not have guns with them, only a few. I'm planning on moving to the US, so can you also do an outfit with concealed carry when you are wearing an ankle length dress? Thank you!

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  22. Wow, lovely outfit Olivia! Love the purple jeans, the colour is amazing! Wow..I can't imagine what it must be like to have to carry a gun around, guess I'm blessed to be in Au! But love the idea, its great!! :-)

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  23. Lol reading this post combining feminine modest attire and carrying a concealed weapon to the shops was so completely surreal to me (I'm Australian). Love it!

    Quick question, what do you do with your gun when you can't take it into Costco? Do you leave it in your car or what? I'm really curious.

    ~Esther of Oz

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    1. My Dad just leaves in the car under the seat. Pretty cool, huh? ;)

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  24. Thanks for sharing how you carry your gun. My husband has been encouraging me to take some classes so I can carry. I'm nervous! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. Hello,

    I am from the Netherlands, and we don't wear guns here. I am just wondering, why do you where a gun all day? I don't want to offend anyone. I just don't get it :)

    Suzanne

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  26. This is totally new to me! Is it normal for girls in the US to carry guns around with them?! I'm from the UK. Do you carry them around just for self defence? I'm intrigued!

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      I’m from the US and I don’t know anyone who carries around a gun. It isn’t the norm. It really depends on where you live. If you live in a dangerous area, then you’d probably have one. Some people hunt as a hobby. (Which I personally think is pretty weird. I’m not big into killing animals.)

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  27. Loved this outfit! I'll have to come back to this post some day when/if I need a holster.

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  28. LOVE this post! My brothers have always been on me to get a concealed weapon and vain ole me thought it would just look stupid with my clothes! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  29. Wow I was looking for some new modest fashion ideas and was pleasantly surprised to come across this post. I don't carry as of right now but might at some point and I will keep your ideas in mind.

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  30. I am pleased that you CC and share ideas for holsters. Its harder I think, for most women to carry other than with a purse. I don't like to be cumbered with a purse and therefore I don't use one. I have seen the Flashbang holster and would like to go that route however my Bersa Thunder is too large for that, comfortably. Thanks for doing this and for continuing to share how to keep modesty fresh!!
    Lois

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  31. Why do you feel the need to carry a gun? Is the US really that dangerous?

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    1. Thankfully, no! At least in the south, (I live in Texas), the reason we carry guns is so it won't be dangerous. I know probably everyone who lives in Tx and TN have heard this, but I'll tell you. (I assume you live somewhere else...) If we didn't have guns, or better yet, if guns are illegal, then that wouldn't stop the bad guys from carrying! So, we carry them. I hope you explained that for y'all! ;)

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    2. I don't think buying guns or getting them in anyway should be easy. And really, you can use common sense to protect you self, you don't need a gun.

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  32. I LOVE this post!! I've been really stumped on how it would work to conceal/carry without wearing bulky clothing + this post was super helpful for that! Awesome ideas! I will definitely be checking out those links too for the holster/belt.
    And I say "yes, please" to more posts like this! One of my favorites for sure. Lovely outfit!!!

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  33. Why carry a gun with you? I'm from Canada and this is very very strange! Are you really that paranoid?

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    1. Oh silly anonymous...do you keep a fire extinguisher in your kitchen? I wouldn't call you paranoid if you did.

      -Meresue

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    2. I live in the US and I think it is werid that people carry guns! It isn't that dangerous at all!

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  34. I'm not a big fan of skinny jeans myself, but they look good on you. When I'm old enough I certainly want to get a gun!
    Kathryn

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  35. I love this outfit! The skinny jeans are a nice color. Just wondering how you buy pants online.. Are you always the same size and so you know they will fit? How do you know whether they will be too tight or not? Or is it just a hit or miss?

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  36. No, the US is not that dangerous. It's just another method of defense that admittedly, most don't ever have to use. Those of you in Australia, from what we hear, pretty much everything in Australia is poisonous! I'd be terrified to walk around with no way to protect myself from the snakes or football-sized spiders!

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  37. Olivia,
    I just loved this post and I'm with your dad.....this outfit is GREAT !!! I'm glad that you
    are showing more pants and ways to be modest without having to wear a dress or
    jeans skirt. Who knew that you carried a concealed weapon. ha Admire you for
    that....country girls rock !!!! Keep up the great posts and pictures....HUGS

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  38. For all you people from Canada, the US isn't a big dangerous place full of creepers who are just dying to attack, but there are real dangers about being a girl by yourself and going around town. The gun is kind of an insurance policy, it's there if you need it, not that you are going to shoot an attacker every time you step out the door. Us girls in the States have the right to bear firearms, and I think it's great that some of us actually use the rights we have! Keep it up, Olivia!!

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  39. I have a concealed carry permit and a Kel-Tec 32. With 3 children, I know I should carry any time I'm out, but I'm always afraid people will see the bulge. I have a Flashbang holster which tucks under the underwire of your bra, but that doesn't work while I'm breastfeeding and already look really big up top:) (It does work well when you're pregnant and can't carry on your waistband.) I do not have an hourglass figure at all and feel like wearing gun on my waist makes me look fat. But I know I just need to get over it and find a way to consistently carry in order to protect my family. Could you do a post about concealed carrying in a skirt or dress? I wear skirts all the time, even when hunting, and sometimes I think that belt holsters don't work as well on a skirt because they're looser around the rear than pants. (when you draw from the holster it can pull up on the skirt, thus making it hard to get the gun out of the holster) I usually use a inside the waistband holster. thinking about getting a holster that straps to the inside of my leg. My husband carries his 32 everywhere in a wallet holster in his back pocket. We live in a rural area. There are bear, sex offenders, and possibly bobcats around. If we wait for the police to respond to an emergency, we'd probably be dead. A jogger was attacked by a bear right out the road from us, so it's best to be prepared.

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    1. I'm planning on October's concealed post being a skirt/dress. But basically, I just wear a Can Can Concealment thigh holster for that. I LOVE it, although it's less comfortable than hip carrying. :)

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  40. I can understand carrying a gun to protect yourself from animals, but what if someone were ever to attack you, what would you do, harm them? I guess it doesn't make much sense to me, Jesus says to turn the other cheek and also that we should not resist an evil person(Matthew 5:39). This confuses me. Jo

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      That's exactly what I was thinking!

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    2. Usually the sight of it is enough to scare them off, it would rarely come to actually shooting! :)

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  41. Hello Olivia!

    Thanks so much for taking the time to share this part of your life with us! Like you, I'm petite & tiny (Hobbit-like, I believe you said in the outfit video) & often get asked how I can be old enough to drive. *grin* I'm actually 21. I don't carry right now, but have been considering it & this series is very helpful. Both in how you wear it & the gun/accessories you use....And it gave me a huge grin to see it in your posting schedule!

    Keep pressing on & do not weary of doing good!

    ~ Catherine

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  42. My parents prefer me not to wear jeans much at all. What do I do about this? I love wearing dresses, but not thaaatttt much!

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    1. Challenge yourself to learn to love them! It's really important to honor your parents. Tunics might be a good compromise for y'all, though.
      Also, if comfort is your issue, I usually wear shorts/leggings under my skirts just because I like how they feel. :)

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  43. I love the concealed part of this outfit! I would love to see one with a skirt since that is what I wear all the time, even hunting...everything I do is done in a skirt. :-) I'm a Jersey girl so we aren't allowed to carry guns...sadly especially since we've had a killing near us recently and it was super scary not knowing where the guy will show up!!!
    I am a Christian so I don't believe in killing people but I do believe in self defense only if someone else strikes first. And I seriously believe if civilians aren't allowed guns at all then only outlaws will have them and then where would we be? :-)
    Rachel

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  44. Hi Olivia! First off let me say that I LOVE your blog. It has been an encouragement to me. It is possible to dress modestly and fashionably! I am in total agreement with concealed carry, but I must say that when I saw this outfit I kind wondered about the jeans. They seemed very snug to me. So...when in doubt, ask Dad! :) I always ask my dad what he thinks about my own outfits if I'm not sure about something. When I asked him the first thing he said was " those are tight". My Dad wouldn't let me wear them and call them modest. That's just my humble opinion no offence intended!
    God bless
    Sarah H.

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  45. You should have seen my eyes when I came to the gun picture! o.O Haha!
    When you listed holster in the outfit details, I was thinking, 'for what??" Somebody else mentioned that they live in a gun enthusiast state, so do I. I've never like them though, and never feel comfortable when seeing one. Possibly because I had a tragic experience as a child. Do you have a blog post about when you got it and why?

    Love the outfit!

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  46. I think these pants are too tight. It surprised me to see them. Could you perhaps reconsider? I love it when you wear a tunic that goes to mid-thigh. As I can only post as anonymous, my name is Mary Lavallee(mtheresehiggins@hotmail.com)

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  47. Oops, did that publish?
    Olivia, you always look pretty!

    I have only seen in person, two girls/women wear skinnies, that weren't tight. I was sooooo proud of both women, and thought they looked very pretty.

    But mostly, I want to gag when I see women wearing skinnies, and literally tights for pants, if I see one more ounce of cellulite that is each woman's personal business and not the neighborhood's, and or if I see one more full bum view, which is just t.m.i, I think I might vomit on the spot!

    To wear skinnies modest and not border on frumpy must be a delicate balance. Plus to have the right body for that style is rare. Because of that reason, I think I will never own a pair. My husband who loves me to pieces and thinks I am beautiful to pieces said skinny pants don't flatter me, even at my skinniest. I will go with that. Besides I have a lot of inner fashion sense and know it adds pounds to me where there weren't any.

    One thing I would mention is to most girls, if we were doing the emperor and the new clothes honest style, I would say, just because its in fashion doesn't mean its cute. I think sometimes we get tainted with fashion and think its cute, when in reality, our perfectly beautiful and real bodies, have other more flattering styles that bring out our best qualities. Just picture yourself in ten years, will you want to gag? I wish I NEVER wore huge cloud bangs that I could pick up one hair and lift my whole huge thick bang off my head. It totally made my pretty round face look heavy and chunky. I wish someone were honest enough to say it wasn't the cutest thing on me.

    But if any of you really do LOVE skinny jeans, I wrote a little post using fashion clothing 'ease' from the past, to help us cute ladies actually find a pair of modest jeans, with measurements to help us. Once a jean stretches, it can be difficult to figure out if it really does have enough give to be modest.

    The chart comes from an actual fashion designing clothing program! One thing I am not sure of though, is if the inches it mentions are taking into allowance seam allowance, or if they are referring to inches that should pull away from your body after your garment is made, so...you'd have to be the judge.

    For those interested, here's the post I wrote a few years ago now.


    http://farmgirl.hazubu.com/?p=2194 How to purchase a pair of jeans that fits just right and is modest too!

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  48. I love your outfit! You make it look so modest and feminine! It looks great on you, don't worry. Although people tell me that I would look great in skinny jeans (I'm 5'11, so a wee bit taller than ya!), I am not completely comfortable wearing them. :)

    God Bless!

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  49. Olivia, you always look pretty!

    I have only seen in person, two girls/women wear skinnies, that weren't tight. I was sooooo proud of both women, and thought they looked very pretty.

    But mostly, I want to gag when I see women wearing skinnies, and literally tights for pants, if I see one more ounce of cellulite that is each woman's personal business and not the neighborhood's, and or if I see one more full bum view, which is just t.m.i, I think I might vomit on the spot!

    To wear skinnies modest and not border on frumpy must be a delicate balance. Plus to have the right body for that style is rare. Because of that reason, I think I will never own a pair. My husband who loves me to pieces and thinks I am beautiful to pieces said skinny pants don't flatter me, even at my skinniest. I will go with that. Besides I have a lot of inner fashion sense and know it adds pounds to me where there weren't any.

    One thing I would mention is to most girls, if we were doing the emperor and the new clothes honest style, I would say, just because its in fashion doesn't mean its cute. I think sometimes we get tainted with fashion and think its cute, when in reality, our perfectly beautiful and real bodies, have other more flattering styles that bring out our best qualities. Just picture yourself in ten years, will you want to gag? I wish I NEVER wore huge cloud bangs that I could pick up one hair and lift my whole huge thick bang off my head. It totally made my pretty round face look heavy and chunky. I wish someone were honest enough to say it wasn't the cutest thing on me.

    But if any of you really do LOVE skinny jeans, I wrote a little post using fashion clothing 'ease' from the past, to help us cute ladies actually find a pair of modest jeans, with measurements to help us. Once a jean stretches, it can be difficult to figure out if it really does have enough give to be modest.

    The chart comes from an actual fashion designing clothing program! One thing I am not sure of though, is if the inches it mentions are taking into allowance seam allowance, or if they are referring to inches that should pull away from your body after your garment is made, so...you'd have to be the judge.

    For those interested, here's the post I wrote a few years ago now.

    http://farmgirl.hazubu.com/?p=2194 How to purchase a pair of jeans that fits just right and is modest too!

    P.S. Olivia, you will also have to see my latest post, after this date night I posted with my husband and I, I told him, I look like Olivia Howard's older sister! He asked who was Olivia, and I said a gal from a modesty blog I follow. :P Its fun to have an Olivia moment.

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  50. Olivia, I see that you are not posting my comment, I am so sorry it was offensive! Please forgive me! You really should see my most current post of this sweet date night my husband and I went on. I looked so much like you that night! We saw a beautiful montage of paintings of the Savior, his hands etc that is very touching, that I took a picture of! Here is a modified post with the same helpful information!


    Ladies, it is so great you are striving for modesty even in wearing the most up to date fashions!

    Wearing jeans takes a lot more concerted effort in being modest, which you are all so conscience of!

    I found the following chart in a vintage fashion book, in how to create garments with enough ease to allow for moveability and modesty. Because our jean now is made from stretchy materials, in can be easier to forget the important of ease.

    The chart is contained in this post: http://farmgirl.hazubu.com/?p=2194. The chart helps you create or purchase the appropriate ease for rise, hip, thigh and waist but in a nutshell, you want to be able to pinch off 3/4 inch to 1 1/2 inches off your body and the jean. I find 1 inch is awesome!

    I sometimes even do 2 inches but I am a mama and love to be extra conservative and careful. 1 inch is very cute in look.

    Good luck! Blessings, Emily

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  51. Wow that weapon is disgusting. As a civilized European, I will never get you hillbilly US morons. I'm not going to follow your blog anymore

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  52. wanna know why your dad likes it? because you look like a 40+ year old mom of 3. total "mom-style"

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  53. I, too, dress modestly and carry concealed. You have shown you can be cute & protect yourself. I wear a SmartCarry with my long, elastic-waist skirts.

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  54. I love your tips on styling skinny jeans!! Very cute outfit :) I love my colored skinny jeans, and I feel much more comfortable wearing them with longer outfits to keep it modest

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  55. Are you going to be doing more posts for your concealed carry series? I'd love to see more options and inspiration for concealed carry outfits.

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    1. I hope to, yes. Right now I'm transitioning between guns so I haven't been carrying consistently.

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  56. I love how you conceal and carry. Your gun is awesome! Where did you get it from? I would like to conceal and carry someday and love the size of yours. Thank you!
    P.S. You are beautiful! Keep shining Christ's light!!

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  57. I love that you show how you can be cute, fashionable but also be carrying. I recently got my permit to carry and I find it hard to find outfits where it does not show. Thank you for posting this! I look forward to hopefully seeing more. =)

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