T.G.I.M(odest)
Posted onAugust 23, 2013

IMG 1849 T.G.I.M(odest)Blouse: Zara / Skirt: Asos / Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Belt: Stella McCartney / Hair:  Made by my mother
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I love this outfit.  It contains all the key elements of classic chic: The white blouse, the midi, nude heels, and an accessory to add some interest, such as this gold plated belt.

It also has an easy feeling when I am wearing it.  The skirt is soft and comfortable, and the length ensures I don’t need to worry it will expose anything when sitting down or bending (which happens a lot when you have toddlers).

Have a great Shabbos and weekend everyone!



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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00849968314525786299 Molly

    This is so classy! And I love the fun flair the cut of the skirt adds, plus the glam good belt. New follower on IG and I love your style!

    • A La Modesty Blog (Abby Klein)

      Thank you Molly, I am so flattered!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15750924190330814821 Lianne Azizollahoff

    I love your wig! Does your mother have a wig company?
    And I absolutely love your style!

    • A La Modest Blog (Abby Klein)

      Thank you for the compliment Lianne!
      She does, her name is Leah and you can reach her at 516-721-5483.

      xxx
      Abby

  • guest

    I love this skirt and have a few like it in several colors, but since i am more on the ‘plus size’ of things, I can’t tuck things in. Any advice on how to wear a flary midi without tucking in?
    I chanced upon your blog after reading your interview on Fashion-Isha. What a wonderful journey you’re on! I do want to say though, that when we make our journey’s more public in any way (taking on a teaching role, moving to a small community where one may be one of the only frum people, etc.) we take on a hightened responsibility to project a proper image. I have struggled with this living in a very small community-if people here call me Rebbetzin, I’d better act and dress like one even though I do not see myself as one at all (I’m in my 20′s after all…) I understand that where you are on your Tznius journey is not for me to judge, and I wish you much satisfaction as you grow, but putting yourself out publicly like this does come with the responsibility that comes with being a role model and therefore at the very least, you should attempt to adhere to basic halachos of tznius if possible, even if it feels fake and isn’t quite ‘you’ yet. Wishing you all the best! You’re fabulous!

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  • http://alamodest.com/ Rachel @ À LA MODEST

    Hi,

    I’m not sure if I’ve left a comment on here before because I never heard back from you if I did. I just wanted to say that I really like your style! :) You really do make modest look so good and achievable in the high fashion world. It’s hard to keep up being modest when NOBODY around me supports it, so I must admit that through the years, I haven’t done as much as I wanted to. None of my friends, family members, or church folks really believe in modesty except for my husband and I. Whenever my husband falls into temptation, it’s also another reason that I backslide on modesty (not at all to the level of others though).

    Anyway, it’d be nice to hear your thoughts and encouragement!

    Rachel
    http://alamodest.com

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