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Phyllis Jean Newsletter, Issue #026 Inspirations
March 14, 2013

Still on the Fence About How to Dress?

March14 Issue #11

~Table of Contents~

Goodbye to Extras


Spring Comes Quicly Down South!!!

Young Ladies Dresses

Say goodbye to extras!

I was searching around for helpful hints on dressing modestly and came across this tip at the end of the page. It was from Wikihow, How to Dress Modestly for Females.

"Remember: just because you decide to dress more modestly doesn't mean you have to abandon all hope of dressing in a unique and cute manner. You're not doomed to live life in a floor length jumper. Instead, look at this as a chance to get the style you've always wanted. Have fun with finding a classier more beautiful you!

Shopping for cool modest clothing may seem tricky at first, but you get better and better as time goes by. Pretty soon all your friends will want to know where you get your clothes."

Not all the tips on that article were helpful though. I have seen other people write the same sort of thing in attempt to "help". You'll get suggestions like...Use scarves and shawls to cover up an unmodest blouse.

I am going to say throw them out! That's's time to clear out your closet and get comfortable, and modest.

Do you really want to be worrying about your scarf shifting and not providing coverage? Do you like having to remember to add these things to your wardrobe? Do you enjoy storing them? Have you thought about all the extra money spent on these accessories just to make your blouses wearable?

Imagine the freedom(and extra space)you will have of letting all those extras go! Our blouses allow you to do just that. They have enough buttons to keep you covered. We try and choose fabrics that aren't too sheer.

Try a few today and see how you like them...pretty soon your friends will be asking where did you get your clothes!


I found this little thought to ponder on-line. It was written by Jennie Chancey. She writes for another web site that focuses on women dressing modestly and femininely.(

How much longer are we going to allow talentless fashion designers and mindless movie stars to give us our standard of dress? There are now many alternatives to the dresses you see in stores. You don’t have to wear those dull, uninteresting jeans and tee-shirts anymore. I’ve heard many young women sigh wistfully that they were born in the wrong era, and that they wished they could wear lovely dresses in public the way people used to in the 18th and 19th centuries. Life is too short to wait for good fashions to come into style. You can make them come in to style by wearing them. Do you want to go through life just wishing things were different? To quote an old book, “Life is a banquet, but most people are starving to death.” There are people today who have had the gumption to change the way they dress, and they say they feel like they have come alive. So why do you wait? No matter what age you are, you can start dressing femininely. The longer you put it off, the longer it will take to get used to wearing feminine things. There are a lot of things that ail the modern woman that could be solved just by changing the way she dresses.

So on that note, take the plunge and start dressing modestly and femininely today!!


Spring comes quickly down south. We've had beautiful weather here lately. We've had some early weather sunburns too!

I've posted some pictures on Facebook with the girls and our baby animals. Join us on Facebook and like us :)

Maybe in the next week or so I'll have some new pictures with the girls in the new dresses...perfect for spring and summer.

Little Girls Dresses

Well we are about a week or two out from having the dresses finished. We will let you know. A great way to stay on top of things is Facebook. I try and update it during the weekdays.

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