If you're looking for high-neck camisoles, we don't currently sell them at JenClothing.com but you can get good ones at a new place called ModMiss. Their camis have adjustable straps so you can wear them as high on your neckline as you want, or you can lower them to fit your needs. They also add coverage down to your hips to help "mind the gap" between your top and bottoms.
ModMiss was started by Rachel Miller, who was looking for modest layering tops that provided coverage both at the top and the bottom. Rachel says:
"I believe in dressing modestly, which often resulted in frustration when I shopped for clothes. I passed up cute tops because they were too low-cut, sheer, or short waisted. Many of my friends faced the same problem."
Then inspiration struck. "The idea came to me to create modest layering pieces not only for myself, but for others who share this conviction of modesty. After a year of trial and error, the dream has become reality. The right fabric has been found, and the perfect pattern created. My dining room has been transformed into an office, warehouse, and shipping center. I love that I can now walk into a store and buy any top, knowing that if I need the extra coverage, it’s at home in my closet."
I have one of Rachel's camis and I love the soft stretchy fabric. It has just the right weight- thin enough to be cool in the summertime, and thick enough to be opaque. The length of the cami is also just right. It keeps me covered without being too long and bulky. I've finally been able to wear some cute tops that have been sitting in my closet for too long because they didn't have the coverage I needed!
If you're looking for a cami to keep you covered please consider supporting this great faith-based small business by shopping at ModMiss.com. -Jen
If you've got a heartbeat and a smartphone, you've probably heard that Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald, of TLC's 19 Kids & Counting, tied the knot on November 1st! Jessa made headlines with some of her unique choices for the wedding, including an ice cream sundae bar instead of the traditional cake, and her own stunning-yet-modest wedding gown. We were particularly thrilled with her choice of modest bridesmaid dresses…the Ellie dress in Coral from our very own JenClothing!
Jessa's eleven bridesmaids ALL looked stunning in this simple, darling dress. The coral color is bright and cheery, and the super-soft jersey knit fabric is oh-so-comfortable! Jessa's sister Jill even rocked the Ellie with her baby bump!
We love this new trend of choosing simple dresses with fun, flirty details for your bridesmaids to wear for the wedding! Then instead of being banished to the back of a closet with a host of other puffy, over-the-top gowns, your girlfriends get to wear their bridesmaid dress from YOUR big day over & over again. These kinds of dresses work great for a day of shopping, attending church or even a night out on the town! Check out the great selection of modest bridesmaid dresses available now at JenClothing.com.
We want to wish Jessa and Ben the very best as they embark on the adventure known as married life. And we applaud Jessa for her strong faith and her commitment to modesty not only for herself, but her entire bridal party! She is proof that modest IS fashionable and beautiful, and can even be done on a budget.
To see all the photos from Jessa & Ben's big day, head on over to People.com and click through the album of exclusive shots! Leave us a comment to let us know what you think about the new trends in bridesmaid dresses too.
By Heather Merrill
Fall is officially here.
And yet for many of us—the outside thermometer still shows an abundance of red. We're wearing Bermuda shorts one day and an oversized sweater the next. We're craving pumpkin everything—but a Slurpee can still hit the spot.
But there's something about this time of year that makes me ogle new color combinations. I'm driving distracted as the mountains blaze with reds and yellows. Bedtime isn't even an consideration until I see the sunset shimmer with deep pinks and blues. And I'm not gonna lie—I want to spend hours on Pinterest looking for colors that are new and interesting.
That's when I remember to go check out the Pantone website and look at the Pantone® Fashion Color Report Fall 2014.
Here's the deal: Designers used a plethora of these colors during New York Fashion Week (February 6-13, 2014.) And these are the colors—my friends—that we'll see more of this fall. Here are the colors combinations I'm falling in love with:
I love the idea of combining neutrals Aluminum and Cognac with a pop of color, like Bright Cobalt.
Or wouldn't it be just lovely to have a monochromatic Mauve Mist and Radiant Orchid—with a flash of Cypress-colored jewelry?
And let's not forget to give ample props to the 2014 Color of the Year: Radiant Orchid. This lovely flower of a color becomes like a neutral when paired with colors like Sangria, Royal Blue, or Misted Yellow.
You can download your own handy-dandy copy of the colors. Use the chart to create stellar outfit combinations, find fabrics for throw pillows, or even to color-coordinate your next birthday party! You will WOW your friends—and you might even get them to scare up some new adorable outfits and start falling over fall (or at least the new fall colors.)
Please Share: Do you like these colors? What must-have color combinations did I miss?
Heather Merrill is a freelance writer who loves mint gelato, midi-skirts, and heels she can run in.
This is a funny parody of the song Fancy by Iggy Azalea done by my friend Summer Bellessa. If you're a mom with kids you will definitely relate to this! The outfits in this video are really cute and most of them are modest.