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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

A Step Towards Modesty.

It's getting to be that time of year again where the weather is warming up and the options in my closet are seeming to be less and less. I say this because last summer I chose to start dressing more modestly. Little by little I started getting rid of everything in my closet that I could not make modest. This was HUGE for me because if any of you know me you know that I am big into fashion, modeling and I also work at Hollister. Giving up my short shorts and crop tops was a big step, I have even gone as far as investing into multiple one pieces! That's right MULTIPLE....I never ever thought that I would be caught dead in a one piece or tankini but now that I've owned one I think they are so fun! Don't get me wrong I will always have my bikinis (currently at about 20ish bikinis) but I've began to love my one pieces (currently owning 5 or so). There wasn't really a legit reason for me doing this, I'm not going on a mission, I'm not getting married and even my bishop told me that modesty is one of those things that I don't need to put too much stress into because I have yet to take those sacred covenants, regardless of this I decided it's something I wanted to do. Although I am far from perfect and am not completely modest 24/7 (for example when work req. wearing shorts, etc.), modesty is something that I value a lot. Dressing modestly helps me to have confidence, it has opened up possibilities of attracting the right kind of guys and also makes it easier to dress modestly on a day-to-day basis. I figure when I do make those sacred covenants in the temple it will allow the transition to become much easier.

Dressing modestly has blessed my life for many reasons, the reasons mentioned above, along with being blessed with the spirit! I've noticed a huge difference in being able to recognize and feel the spirit! The little things really make the biggest impact!

I wanted to help inspire others to take a step towards modesty, even if it's just a little one, so I am having a giveaway! Not just a little giveaway but a huge giveaway! The winner will be able to take that step towards modesty by winning some way cute things from an amazing company called Winsome Jones! They have THE cutest modest clothing. I purchased my first modest skirt from their website and tend to be a frequent shopper.

Here's to taking a step towards modesty! Follow instructions below to win!

Winner will receive:
 1 Floral Print Shirt
 1 Navy Midi Skirt with Bowtie Belt
^^^^^It even has POCKETS!!

This cute pink/gold necklace

& also a $10 gift card

In order to win: 'subscribe' to my blog, 'like' Miss LC  on Facebook, 'follow' @_miss_lc on instagram & leave a comment on the photo posted below (either on my fb page OR instagram) explaining: How taking a step to dressing modestly will affect your life, along with your preferred sizes (FloralShirt:S-L, Skirt:S-L).

****If you're a guy wanting to win for your girl do everything the same except comment on this blog explaining what your girl dressing modestly means to you!

All steps must be completed in order to win!
Questions? Feel free to Contact Me
Winner will be announced on April 30th, 2014!!!!



  1. I've done all the steps. <3 Great giveaway. I really hope I win!

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  3. New to your blog. Super cute! Hope to win, thanks. :)


  4. I love being Modest, being an endowment endowed member of the church, modesty really is a huge protection from so many things, being modest has brought me closer to my heavenly father because when I dress modestly, I am showing him that I am grateful for this beautiful and healthy body he has blessed me with! I love this outfit, so darling! Size small, both skirt and shirt:)

  5. I subscribed, as far as I know. What a fun contest! Neat blog.

  6. Subscribed, liked, and followed :) Hope I win!

  7. A girl dressing modestly means that she respects her body and loves who she is. I don't want my daughters to ever feel like they need to dress a certain way to get more attention. And my wife would love this outfit. Small shirt, small skirt.

  8. Dressing modestly reflects who I am. It reflects who I stand for. I can't even begin to tell you how the change has been from before I was endowed and now. I wish I would have practiced modesty a lot earlier in life because of how much respect I receive from it -- ESPECIALLY from guys!

    I subscribed, as well! And of course I follow you on all social media accounts :)

  9. What a great blog and a great giveaway!

  10. Love this! Thanks for hosting such a lovely and inspiring giveaway! I am glad that I was modest before going through the temple. I didn't have to throw away any of my clothes and I learned that my body is a gift and should be respected.

    Followed along and subscribed! xoxo

  11. I am subscribed and followed all the steps. Cute outfit! Dressing modestly sets a good example for everyone around you. I am not sure what size I would need but probably S or M for the shirt and M for the skirt. Thank you for the opportunity!

  12. Thank you for your voice! In a world that teaches women very different ways to dress (or lack thereof), I appreciate those that understand how we dress really does reflect help us be examples of Christ.

  13. I love your adorable blog! i have filled all requirements of the contest! what a fun giveaway! :)