Wednesday, August 30, 2017

How To Dress Modestly But Cute - Tips For Women

HOW  TO DRESS MODESTLY BUT CUTE

If you recently decided to start dressing more modestly, you may feel a little lost about how to do so while still looking fashionable. Contrary to popular belief, "modest" and "fashionable" are not enemies. Decide what your standards of modesty are, and find trendy pieces that fit within those standards. Add layers to make things more modest, and adorn yourself with the right accessories to add flair to your look.

Mind Your Modesty Rules

-Every girl and woman has her own standards for modesty. For some, religious beliefs may demand that the entire body remains covered when in public. For others, modesty may simply mean avoiding cleavage and minding hemlines. If your own standards are still in development, consider adopting a few basic guidelines as you build your wardrobe. It all depends on your nature.
-Keep your necklines no lower than four fingers below the collarbone. Anything lower may begin showing cleavage.
 -Avoid sheer materials or fabrics that sculpt your body, like spandex. These are often considered too revealing, and onlookers may be able to see your bra through tops like these.
- Draw attention to your face, not your bust. Keep details on the collar, not the chest. 
-Keep your back covered. Avoid halter or backless garments.
Layers Are Your New Best Friend

You can wear that cute tank top or frilly camisole and still be modest. Knowing how to layer properly will give your wardrobe more versatility.

-Wear a cute tank top beneath a nice sweater or jacket. A fitted tank top with a high crew neckline can look lovely when paired with a cardigan sweater or fitted denim jacket. Add style to your look by choosing one with a fun print or embellishments at the collar. 
-Disguise low necklines by placing a camisole or tank top beneath your shirt. If you fall in love with a top or dress that has a deep v-neck or low square neckline, do not despair. A plain camisole or one with feminine lace detailing at the neck can transform that garment into something that will work with your modest wardrobe. Many camisoles have adjustable straps, so you can extend the neckline of the camisole to cover up any cleavage or uncomfortable amounts of skin.
-Stock up on cute outerwear pieces. Think shawls, denim jackets, leather jackets, cardigan sweaters, blazers, military-style jackets, and more. The more variety you have in your outerwear, the more looks you can create. Outerwear is great for layering over pieces with low-cut backs or skinny straps.

 Avoid "Frumpy" Looks

-Modest does not mean frumpy. Avoid clothing that does not flatter you, and aim for piec Look for fitted pieces. Fitted pieces do not mean “skin tight,” but they will brush against the natural contours of your body. You do not have to completely hide your curves to still be modest, though. Fitted pieces that lightly conform to your curves will actually make you look clean-cut and well-put-together.
- Look for fitted pieces. Fitted pieces do not mean “skin tight,” but they will brush against the natural contours of your body. You do not have to completely hide your curves to still be modest, though. Fitted pieces that lightly conform to your curves will actually make you look clean-cut and well-put-together.


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