Tag: Fashion


Spring Fashion

Posted by Ashlyn Buglrin in Fashion. 2 comments

19th April

Spring! Can somebody say it’s about time?! The thought of pulling all my old spring and summer clothes out of storage tubs makes me so excited. There’s actually a spring in my step as I pull them up from the basement. Somehow they seem lighter than when I took them down at the end of the season.

So let’s talk spring fashion. With spring comes bright colors to match the beautiful sunshine in the sky and flowers blooming around us. With the bright cheery colors we also see a plethora of tank tops, short skirts, and sheer material. For Christian young ladies, modesty along with fashion is very important. The goal is to find ways of mixing style and fashion without compromising modest apparel.

So are you up for the challenge? Here we go! Remember, although some rules of fashion have … Read More »



Fall Fashion

Posted by Shenae Huba in Fashion. 2 comments

18th October

Fall is one of my absolute favorite seasons! I have to admit a lot of it has to do with the fun fashion you can wear in the comfortable temperatures. It’s not too hot to wear cooler weather accessories like scarves and hats, and it’s not too cold to cover up your fall ensemble with a bulky jacket.

Men and women alike, I’ve whipped up some fall fashion ideas that can help you get started with sprucing up your closet for the next month or so of pleasurable weather! Just a little hint—you don’t have to go on a large shopping spree every season when new fashion hits the stores. Instead, you can buy two or three key pieces that are interchangeable and work as basics with pieces you already own. Now check out three simple key components that might be … Read More »



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 »



Thrift Stores

Posted by Shenae Huba in Uncategorized. 3 comments

18th July

Back in my middle school days, I wouldn’t be caught dead shopping for clothes in Wal-Mart or any sort of thrift store. If you wanted to be considered a good dresser in those days, you’d have to show up to school in a t-shirt with the word Aeropostale, Hollister, or Abercrombie plastered across the chest.





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