Thursday, April 17, 2014

Welcome to the New Her Adorning Blog

Welcome! I'm so glad you're here to preview the changes I've made at Her Adorning. From here on in, I'll be sharing outfits with you as well as fashion tips and great sales. 

Let's start with this

Brightly colored skirt and jacket from Metrostyle

I love this outfit from metrostyle in spring's latest colors! This great print skirt is fully lined and trimmed at the waist with grosgrain ribbon. Best of all, it's machine washable! 

The  contrasting jacket is made of stretch denim and is also machine washable. Be sure to check out all of the colors available. 

Pull the whole thing together with the brightly colored cami with adjustable straps. 

And what about those gorgeous shoes? You know how much I love shoes, and these are awesome! They come in orange, bright pink, or meadow green.

Follow these links to shop for this great outfit:

Old Pueblo Traders: 20% OFF $50 Orders (Exp. 5/15)

What do you think of Her Adorning's new format? Leave a comment and let me know. Thanks.

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  1. Yay! This is exciting. I love seeing the outfits put together with links to shop them. So happy to see this up and running!

    1. Thanks. I'm excited too! I think this will be a much better format for this enterprise.

  2. I love this outfit, Cynthia! The shoes have sold out in size 6! I was watching 19 Kids and Counting this morning before work, and I had to laugh because Michelle (the mom) was trying wake-boarding for the first time. When she finally got up on the water, her long swim-skirt had moved up and exposed her upper thigh area. She asked the editing crew to make sure they covered that up before airing. She's uncomfortable with having her knees's part of her commitment to modesty. I thought it was so precious. She's not advocating that all women should be that way - it's what she has chosen for herself and is teaching/training her children in the same way. I applaud you for making this site available to women who struggle with finding clothing that is both modest and stylish. Thank you!

  3. It is nice to check out sites like this ( from the A to Z Challenge.) We are not modest for religious reasons, but I just cannot feel comfortable with dressing myself and my daughter for a parade of strangers to ogle us. The clothes in the stores lately do not cover enough for my taste! No one should see my underpants if I am lifting my toddler or picking her up. I didn't think that was a lot to ask, but I was wrong! lol. Thanks for posting!


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