Sunday, February 1, 2015

Sponsors | January

Hey y'all! It's that time of the month when we thank the awesome businesses who support Fresh Modesty! These are great resources that I encourage you to check out!

Skirted Blues is a sewing business dedicated to making stylish and modern jean skirts that are modest yet affordable. Our skirts are jeans or pants that have been transformed into skirts ( or "skirted"). Sizes range from infant to women's and can be custom ordered in any size, including maternity. We feature many different washes, fabrics and colors - including the ever popular camouflage! All designs are created and sewn by a homeschool mom of seven.

"Kerem Creations offers unique Messianic Judaica made by Daniel Sayag, born and raised in Israel, and a lover and teacher of God's Word. Kerem Creations was born out of a love of the Word of God and working with wood. There is power in the Word of God, and many promises of hope and encouragement. As we surround ourselves and our loved ones with these promises, our spirits are uplifted, and we gain new strength. Kerem Creations is located in Israel, and all wood products are printed and/or engraved in Israel in Hebrew, sometimes combined with a second language.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any special verse that you would like engraved/printed for you or someone you would like to bless. 
Shalom from Israel!" 

"The King's Blooming Rose" is a quarterly magazine that encourages girls to pursue modesty, purity, strong family relationships, and a deep walk with the Lord. Do you long to be a godly cornerstone in your home, but struggle with knowing how to become one? Do you ever feel alone in your walk with the Lord? KBR unites a community of young ladies from across the globe who have similar desires to serve the Lord and their families, while preparing to be godly homemakers. Join us today for only $12 a year!

 My name is Caitlin Baughman, I am 22 years old and am a Homeschool graduate. I started blogging a couple years ago for fun, and now it’s become a passion of mine to reach out to people in need of some encouragement. I've been teaching Piano as a Home Business since I was 14, and continue to do so while studying to become a Labor Doula. When I have free time I love to read, write, and learn about life. ​I love to sing, jog, knit, and blog. :)

Garlands of Grace
Handcrafted headcoverings, hair scarves, & accessories for women and girls! Our products are the results of sisters who enjoy working together from home to provide quality, handcrafted items for the glory of the Lord. We are always busy inventing, renovating, and exploring to find new twists to put to old favorites.

"The Head Covering Movement is a campaign that seeks to spark a return to the practice of head covering during corporate Christian worship. We post articles, sermons and video teachings on this topic. We also link to discussions around the web where people are talking about head covering and share testimonies of women who practice this symbol. To learn more about HCM you visit us at or watch this video: "

"Here you can find modest fashion clothing for women – Dresses, Skirts, tops, headcoverings and headbands – all beautiful, stylish, romantic chic, suitable for everyday wear and special occasions." is a one woman company from Texas that makes and sells one of the only high neck line camis on the market. These high neck line camis fill the bill when other camis don't. If you are tired of tugging at your cami, or if you tighten the straps so much that it rubs under your arms; this is the solution you have been searching for. Two new modesty items will be introduced this year. Modesty4Me camis are made in USA.

You can read my review of Modesty4Me here.

If you've been reading Fresh Modesty for any length of time, you know I am one of Halftee's biggest fans. They have completely changed the way I can layer to make things more modest and have greatly simplified my closet. If you ever ask me a question about layering, my first response is going to be, "Well, do you have a Halftee yet?" ;)

I hope you're having a great day! Blessings!


  1. What a great slew of sponsors Olivia!
    Thanks for sharing them! I'll be checking out a couple of them for sure since I have a friend who is having a birthday soon and I know a bunch of this stuff would be right up her alley!

    the elder sister & writer

  2. I've been wanting to get a halftee for a while, but my mom says it will be a waste of money. So here are a few questions I have about them. 1) is the price good, considering value? 2) Is it weird to have it cut off above your midriff, and it not be long enough to show underneath your shirt? 3) Do you really only wear them under dresses? Thank you! :)

    1. Hey! I can totally understand your mom's sentiment, and I was really hesitant at first, too. But, now I can't imagine getting through a summer without them.
      1) I think the price is fine. They have sales occasionally (and I think 10% off if you sign up for the mailing list) and the quality is awesome.
      2) Not at all, that's actually why I love them so much! I really hate bulky layering pieces and Halftees totally fix that. In the summer I can wear sleeveless/strappy shirts with a halftee and still be perfectly cool. In the winter they're great because they don't add extra bulk to already-thick outfits. If you haven't seen this post, it might answer some of your questions:

      3) No, I wear them under shirts/ tunics, too. :)

  3. Hi Olivia,
    I just started reading your blog, and I love it! You put together the best outfits. I left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) about 3 1/2 years ago. I'm considering going back, but would like to look into other religions as well. Do you know of a way I could find a church like yours where I live? I live in Salt Lake City, Utah. I tried to search through Google, but I wasn't very successful.

    Sorry to bother you!



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