Friday, October 24, 2008

Week in Feminine Dress day 6

Today I am wearing my favorite jeans and a pink thrifted Gap long-sleeve tee. Even though I'm not wearing a skirt, I still feel feminine. I think it is most important to dress modestly. You don't have to wear just skirts and/or dresses to be modest. Many girls and women wear pants, and are still modest.

BTW, sorry for the odd expression on my face, and the poof of hair on the left. :-)


Mamselle Clare Duroc said...

Lovely! It's always such fun to see girls wearing jeans during the WIFD. I'm constantly on the lookout for ways to do it femininely.

I'm actually in a pair of trousers today (I did my WIFD last week, so all my pictures are after the fact) for a football game. I've tried to add a touch of femininity to the outfit by wearing a pale pink sweater, and delicate jewelry (pearl earrings and a little gold locket).

Before I run, I must say I love your mirror! Getting a full-length mirror is a dream of mine.

Bethany said...

It's ok to have a funny picture. I wear skirts all year 'round, except for when we go camping, then I wear cool-locks.

Moriah said...

I like your hair! Wiy dont you have that hair do, on sunday!

Ashley said...

Thank you Clare! Yes, I love my mirror. It's not really mine though. My Mom let's me keep it in my room.

Bethany, yes, funny pictures are, fun. :-) I am not one to like getting my picture taken, but I love to be the one taking the picture! I love to wear skirts. And dresses. During the colder months I do wear jeans, but only about twice a week. Skirts are modest and feminine, and also very ice for spring/summer, because you can stay cooler. I haven't ever worn culots, but some of my friends do. They look so comfy!

Moriah, I can't wear my hair like that, because both my Mom and I don't know how to do it! Lol. Tomorrow I must make the food that I am gonna bring to Reformation Day Sunday. I think I am going to bring Pumpkin Bars, and maybe something else. :-)

Thank you ladies for your sweet comments!

Anonymous said...

Correction, Sashy. You HATE having your picture taken.

Ashley said...

No, Emmy, I don't hate it. I don't mind if it's a group pic, but "all alone" pics I don't like. But I don't HATE them. Hate is too strong a word.

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