Category: Fashion


Summer Fashion

Posted by Shenae Huba in Fashion. 1 Comment

19th April

Well it’s about that time again, ladies! Summer is around the corner and so is the decision a lot of Pentecostal girls face during this season—what to wear? Since I’m from Florida, I’ve seen how stores like to offer very little in the realm of modest apparel during summer time! To use as little material as possible sometimes seems to be the goal of summer trends. So how do you dress modestly yet still utilize some of the fun pieces we see being made popular? The trick is knowing how to use them and how to layer in a manner that won’t be too hot and uncomfortable when you’re out in the heat or lounging around during summer camps.

Some cute styles to be on the lookout for are:

Hats: Straw fedoras and wide brimmed floppy hats are not only cute but … Read More »



Modest and Stylish

Posted by Shenae Huba in Fashion, Uncategorized. 2 comments

6th July

Growing up, I remember my mother telling me stories of how she had to have her own skirts sewn when she was a child. She’d tell me, “There just weren’t any modest lengths. They were all miniskirts, so my mom had to sew the ones I wore!”

After hearing the trouble my mom had to go through, I realized how fortunate and blessed we Pentecostal girls are today! Sure there are a lot of pants and short skirts in the stores, but right alongside them, are gazillions of long skirts and maxi dresses. It’s like heaven for young ladies wanting to grab clothing that will be cool and light for the summer, yet extremely modest.

How blessed can we be? The very clothing we would like to wear as modest and conservative young women is extremely popular and in style. Take … Read More »






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