Fashion Heaven: Angel-Inspired Modest Fashion

by Jen

“Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.” 1 Timothy 4:12

The Tuxedo Dress in Pearl Blue $34.99 – DownEast Basics. The Have a Ball slip in Ivory $24.00 – Vintage Hem (use the promo code “JENGET5” to get $5 off any Vintage Hem purchase). Pearls $14.99 – Kmart.

Pima Half Sleeve Turtleneck in Ice Blue $21.50 – Shade Clothing. Big Button Cropped Cardigan with Angora $22.50 – Wet Seal. Silk Charmeuse A-Line Skirt in Ivory $39.00 – Barrie Pace. Necklace $12.00 – Scarf – model’s own.

Turtleneck with Ruffles in Ivory $28.50 – Shade Clothing. Callie knit shirt with braiding $41.00 – Layers Clothing. J. Lindeberg Patti Stretch Denim jeans in Off White $87.00 – Revolve Clothing. Necklace – photographer’s own.

Sequin Tank Top $16.50 and Cabled Cardigan $19.50 – Wet Seal. Satin Pleated Skirt in Frost $69.00 – Necklace & Earrings – stylist’s own.

Trim Detailed Blouse $21.50 – Wet Seal. Blush Tiered Skirt $19.99 – Necklace $12.00 –

A little about the model: Chloe Lemmon is 17, is in high school and currently works as a waitress. She loves sushi and reading herself to sleep.

Photography, hair and makeup by Lyn Shelley Fashion styling by Jennifer Loch. Model: Chloe Lemmon. Studio thanks to Studio 600.

{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

Miss Elizabeth November 21, 2007 at 4:16 am

So cute…I love all those and the colors are so pretty!


Anonymous November 21, 2007 at 5:00 am

Adorable! I could deffinitely wear those skirts to church, thanks!


Anonymous November 21, 2007 at 5:05 am

oh i totally love the skinny jeans outfit!!


Carlene November 21, 2007 at 11:51 am

These set of photos are much better than the first photo shoot. Awesome!


Anonymous November 21, 2007 at 10:14 pm

Beautiful clothes – but on the downside did you know that members of the church are NOT supposed to depict wings on Angels? Not ever, under any circumstances. Why portray something that we don’t believe in and that is false – sorry guys. Otherwise, fantastic photos.


Jen November 23, 2007 at 1:04 am

Thanks for the great comments!

The wings are to bring to mind an angelic quality, and it is the easiest way to do that. Plus it ties in with Christmas, and this is our winter editorial. We know that angels don’t have wings and it seems silly to me to actually believe they would. The wings in this editorial are for fun and fashion, not doctrine. Don’t take it so seriously 😉


Anonymous November 25, 2007 at 1:47 pm

Our Primary recently had its Sacrament Presentation and the Primary Pres. wanted some of the children to wear angel wings and she had the same reasonings: looks cute, OF COURSE we don’t believe it, and its not serious. Well, our Bishop explained the gospel is always serious. What about non-members – come on, lets be missionaries where ever we can and not follow worldly traditions, lets spread the truth even in small things!!


Heather November 25, 2007 at 2:36 pm

Wearing wings does not set a bad example. It’s not wrong for the model to be dressed in angel wings for fun just as it is not wrong to dress up as a wizard or a witch for Halloween. By that same reasoning, it would be wrong to do any dressing up because it is not a part of “doctrine.” Anonymous took the wings deal too far.


Becky November 25, 2007 at 7:41 pm

I think Anonyomous makes a valid point Heather – why do we dress up as witches and choose to look evil on Halloween, we arent following the 13th article of faith are we? Cool clothes Jen – I would wear them, minus the wings of course!! 🙂


Anonymous November 25, 2007 at 10:54 pm

Has anyone been to Temple square at christmas time? Becuase I have seen angels with wings as part of the nativity on temple square. Deseret Book also sells nativities with angels with wings.

It’s a fun fashion editorial not doctrine. And I love the modest fashion. Good work! Speaking of the 13th article of faith, I’m so glad that Jen Magazine is here to support us girls in being modest and chaste. I can’t wait for the next fashion editorial!


Anonymous December 10, 2007 at 6:26 pm

I love the angels wings and all-I asked my bishop and he couldn’t believe that it was even an issue-in church maybe-but not on a photo shoot in a magazine promoting modesty!! I think a non-member reading the posts would be turned away from learning more about our church! I love art-I don’t see ANYTHING wrong-Seriously I am thankful that you are actually taking a stand for modesty-discussing something as SILLY as wings takes away from all of the work you are doing-THANK YOU!!


freeda February 28, 2008 at 9:30 pm

Love the photos, but sometimes the poses keep you from being able to see the outfit well. Know what I mean? I’m here for the clothes, so I want to SEE the outfit and how it hangs when you stand.

Love the mag, keep up the good work!


Anonymous April 16, 2008 at 3:06 pm

I would like to buy the wings…. Just Kidding! What a fun way to encourage girls that modesty can be creative and fun!


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