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#361 of 606 Old 09-20-2009, 12:18 PM
 
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I have been following this thread for a while so I guess I'll say hi. I do not follow any religion, but lately I have been wanting to dress more modestly just as a matter of personal taste.

I am always surprised at the number of men that "check me out" when I am out shopping--even when I'm pregnant! It makes me feel a bit uncomfortable, and I'd like to dress in such a way that I don't attract attention.

Also, my husband actually prefers that I dress modestly--he says it's much prettier and more feminine, and he loves it when I wear long skirts especially.

The way I dress right now isn't revealing necessarily--I never wear shorts, short skirts, or tank tops--but I'd like in the future to wear more ankle-length skirts and feminine, long-sleeved tops. I have been looking at thrift shops for long skirts and trying to learn how to sew, too, since long skirts aren't really in style right now (I have found some GORGEOUS ones on Etsy, but they're very expensive).

I have a question, though. Right now I only wear skirts in the summer, with sandals. If I want to wear a long skirt in the winter, what kind of footwear is best? My shoe wardrobe is pretty basic, I guess if I want to wear skirts in cold weather I need to get some kind of boots? I hate high heels though...

Also, what does everyone wear underneath a skirt in winter to keep warm? Yoga pants, I suppose?

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Tights!!!


I am glad fall is here, b/c I love tights under my skirts. And the Mennonite mommas around here wear jeans skirts w/tights, socks and sneakers all the time. I just found tights at Kmart, brown, blue, grey, and black!

I am gonna get a new pair of Merrell mocs for this winter, they go with everything!

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I have a question, though. Right now I only wear skirts in the summer, with sandals. If I want to wear a long skirt in the winter, what kind of footwear is best? My shoe wardrobe is pretty basic, I guess if I want to wear skirts in cold weather I need to get some kind of boots? I hate high heels though...

Also, what does everyone wear underneath a skirt in winter to keep warm? Yoga pants, I suppose?
welcome!
i have to wear boots in winter for the sake of my easily-chilled feet—and i am only in PA, not ONT. depending, you might have a slip-on clog style of shoe that works. usually they can accommodate thicker socks, which you could remove once indoors if they are a fashion no-no for you.

yoga pants definitely work underneath skirts. someone here has posted about marvelous capri length long underwear, a brilliant idea imho.

also earlier posts (just a page or 2 back?) talk about petticoats, flannel line dunderlayers....more ideas.

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I love boots in the winter. (I love that its getting to be fall so I can wear them again. they're too hot in the summer). I have boots with heels and boots with no heels. Some of my favorite boots are frye's (veronica slouches? engineers? I thing the veronicas....?), with really no heel to speak of. Of course my true winter boots are a pair of black suede canadienne's with heels, but the greatest part? They're waterproof/resistant!!! suede rainboots. And when I put them on, they fit like a custom made glove. I'm in love, and I've already had them for a year. (I probably should have them treated for water again.) I wouldn't wear them puddlestomping, but we get a lot of rain, and I don't worry the least about wearing them in the rain. (nor do I worry with the fryes. they handle anything, even mud all day. they're workhorses, as well as cute).

If you can afford it, I recommend getting yourself a pair of heavy duty (but cute!) comfy boots without a heel if you don't like them. Then again, I do have 5-7 pairs of black leather boots in my shoes closet of about 10 pairs of shoes...... (and a brown pair) so my advice is a little biased. lol

I also have some mary jane type shoes (naot's, super comfy) that look good with skirts. but if I need extra warmth on my feet, it needs to be nylons or tights, since socks would look weird.

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I have a question, though. Right now I only wear skirts in the summer, with sandals. If I want to wear a long skirt in the winter, what kind of footwear is best? My shoe wardrobe is pretty basic, I guess if I want to wear skirts in cold weather I need to get some kind of boots? I hate high heels though...

Also, what does everyone wear underneath a skirt in winter to keep warm? Yoga pants, I suppose?
Granny boots! Nope, not an old lady, I just love the vintage look.

I wear a couple pairs of dance tights, of all things, or sometimes a pair of footed (versus over-boot) figure skating tights. Back when I was still taking lessons, those things kept me warm, even when my legs were otherwise bare! Any dance store should have them. My favorite brand was, and still is, Danskin.
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these are not sophisticated maybe, but they (in dark brown) are my ultimate cozy boots.

the only thing i don't like about autumn is saying goodbye to sandals. shoes feel so confining. dressy in winter is a problem to me, as i am not a fan of typical dressy shoes. i'm learning, slowly but surely.

my winter compromise is usually to wear warm boots, and change into flats soon after arrival at my destination. (these—in black—are my all-purpose interview, out to dinner, party shoes.)

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Thanks to all those who answered my questions!

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welcome!
i have to wear boots in winter for the sake of my easily-chilled feet—and i am only in PA, not ONT. depending, you might have a slip-on clog style of shoe that works. usually they can accommodate thicker socks, which you could remove once indoors if they are a fashion no-no for you.
Thank you--I think clogs would be great for cool weather, probably not for the dead of winter when I have to walk in the snow, but I definitely should get some clogs for fall. And I would definitely wear them with thick socks. I have cold feet, so once the weather gets cold I am always wearing two pairs of socks at all times.

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Granny boots! Nope, not an old lady, I just love the vintage look.
Granny boots are so cool...I would love to wear those, I just wonder about how comfortable they are?

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these are not sophisticated maybe, but they (in dark brown) are my ultimate cozy boots.

my winter compromise is usually to wear warm boots, and change into flats soon after arrival at my destination. (these—in black—are my all-purpose interview, out to dinner, party shoes.)
Those boots look very comfy indeed...I like the grey ones. Cute shoes, too!

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Go try some. If they fit well, they're comfy. If they don't, they're not. For instance, if the sole of the middle of the shoe comes down before your foot does (if there is space there) they may be comfy at the store, but not later. If it supports your foot the whole length and is comfy, its more likely to be comfy.

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this is just a mini rant...

The wonderful, beautiful tights I bought at Kmart the other week...


yeah, they don't fit.



(they should fit- I bought my size according to the package)

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this is just a mini rant...

The wonderful, beautiful tights I bought at Kmart the other week...


yeah, they don't fit.



(they should fit- I bought my size according to the package)
well, that stinks. like my shawl i just brought home from Target, soft cream-colored one....with an almost inch long tear that I saw when I spread it out for ironing. back it goes.

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shopping in my own closet
i was cleaning things out for a clothing drive at dd's school. i found 2 great dresses. technically maternity dresses, they have ties (near the ribs) that can be done looser or snugger. when they are snugger, they do not make me look pregnant or anything. both are knee length. with a cardigan on top and dress pants under, i have two new outfits--for free!

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Where do I get long black skirts that are safe in the kitchen/food serving enviroment, pretty inexpensive, totally cover my legs but I won't trip, don't shorten my stride, and are sturdy? I start a new job in a couple days and I'm not sure where to go for the new things I need for the dress code!!! (I could wear black pants, but I think I'm going to only buy skirts, since I would rather wear skirts.) Also, what type of skirt would you go with? Please help! thanks. I'm not sure I have time to order online and would rather order locally, though online places would help too. Thanks!!

(sorry to sound frantic, I'm running out the door as I ask lol)

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I like the skirts at shukronline.com
they are *very* sturdy, not sure what you count as inexpensive though.

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I like the skirts at shukronline.com
they are *very* sturdy, not sure what you count as inexpensive though.

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Mmmmm I love shukronline.... i have 3 skirts from them that are my main dress only switching when all three are dirty. Totally covering and fit fantastic... best part for me too is that they fit great before i got preggers again and STILL fit (it just gets shorter as I move the waist up )

but yes not really cheap unless you are a smaller size and can get them on sale although they are very sturdy so they kinda last forever.

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better to buy quality that lasts than to pay only a little but have to buy frequently, in my opinion. That's about what I'm looking to pay. (goodness knows where its coming from lol, it will be a squeeze, but it is for work so...). For some reason I'm only seeing sale items? mostly with black sold out. though the sizes would fit.

I may need them ASAP, hopefully I can have a short paperwork day on tuesday (working sun, mon), go shopping and find something to wear for training...

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Shukr runs seasonally ... right now they're clearing out for their winter stock and are probably pretty low on most everything.
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Yeah definitely hit Shukr's sales!
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So, I was poking around on the web for winter weight tights, and everything I was seeing was in the $35-45 range. For tights. Heavy material or not, that's a lot for tights. Does anyone know where to get a better deal on something that's still actually worth having? I've always been a long johns under skirts kind of girl, but I'd just like something that feels less frump, you know?
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Liquesce, Target has some uber-cool tights in stock now for $3-12. Sound better?

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Much! Do you have the Target ones? (Or you the Hannah ones, UmmZaynab?)

I was thinking about this year instead of my aforementioned standard frumpy winter wear going with a silk slip, heavy tights, and a cool pair of pretty cableknit legwarmers I found. I'd just like to start feeling like I'm pulled together not just for public show but also for myself, you know?
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All of my funky tights are from Target. I wouldn't recommend getting anything cheaper than $6.99 or so - the $3-4 tights can be kinda flimsy and easily run, though they come in interesting patterns. I generally like the $9.99 ones - they seem to not rip and they've got all sorts of fun patterns.

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We have the ribbed tights for kids. They last forever and are nice and warm.
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Hi- Just happened upon this thread! :-) So nice to hear from other mamas who desire to dress modestly in today's very immodest world. I am pretty conservative in my clothing choices...moving towards skirts/dresses primarily because I love how I feel in them and they are more modest to me than a pair of jeans which accenuate my bottom too much imho. I love being really feminine and long flowing skirts just seem to fit that better. I don't know if I will get rid of all my pants- I like to layer a pair of loose pants under a dress for a unique look and takes care of the modesty issue too. :-) I am a Christian mom of 7 (4 girls-3 boys) and I have been feeling a prick to my heart for this past year on dressing more feminine...I used to do alot of skirts- then started wearing mostly jeans and t-shirts after my last baby...think the Lord wants me to embrace my calling of being a lady for him! :-)

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Hey modest mamas! I need some help

I am a MSW student and have my field placement interview this Thursday. I am also a modest dressing mama and wear mostly long skirts (from shukronline) and long sleeve tee-shirts from local chains like Kohl's.

I am interviewing for a very competitive placement at the local ER and am worried that my current modest but quite frumpy look might cost me the placement. I need ideas for modest interview attire that looks normal. Suits are out since I was specifically told not to wear one by my field instructor.

How can I dress modestly for this interview without looking like I dress modestly? I need to be covered past the kness when sitting, the elbows when they are bent and have my collarbone covered

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How about:

http://www.jjill.com/jjillonline/pro...F4996&h=M&sk=M

or

http://www.jjill.com/jjillonline/pro...F4996&h=M&sk=M

plus something like the ensembles shown here

http://www.coldwatercreek.com/jackets.aspx

or a more formal-looking shirt like this

http://www.coldwatercreek.com/Produc...-and-tees.aspx

or this

http://www.coldwatercreek.com/Produc...-and-tees.aspx

with a big 'ol necklace?

(Obviously these are a little expensive but for the blouses you could look for them at Ross/TJ Maxx/etc.)

For shoes, I am partial to clunky European style like these

http://www.llbean.com/webapp/wcs/sto...ogs%5Einit%7E0
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JustKate, is it cool weather by you? I'd wear a nice skirt like what UmmZynab suggested along with a turtleneck sweater. Professional and comfortable. Put a nice necklace on, and if you have your ears pierced, a matching set of earrings.

Does MSW stand for "medical service worker" or "masters of social work"? Because if it's the first, I might nix the necklace. Don't want them to think you're the type to wear accessories that might get in the way of hauling people around. When I took my first session of EMT training, a gal came in big earrings, and got an earful from the instructor about wearing inappropriate accessories. We got to hear about all the gory situations he could think of that would get them ripped out of her ears.

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Does MSW stand for "medical service worker" or "masters of social work"? Because if it's the first, I might nix the necklace. Don't want them to think you're the type to wear accessories that might get in the way of hauling people around. When I took my first session of EMT training, a gal came in big earrings, and got an earful from the instructor about wearing inappropriate accessories. We got to hear about all the gory situations he could think of that would get them ripped out of her ears.
It stands for Master of Social Work

I still can't do any necklaces, scarves or dangling earrings, though, as I am applying to intern in the crisis intervention section of the ER, which means that many of the clients I see may have homicidal/suicidal ideation or are otherwise mentally unstable and its not a good idea to wear any accessories that may be used to hurt them or you.

Maybe my lack of accessories is why I look frumpy all of the time.

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Ok, got it. So yeah, a nice turtleneck sweater won't look weird without accessories.

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Who was looking for long black skirts? Was it this thread or the Covered Girls thread? I found this:

http://www.tabeez.com/c-185-skrw.aspx
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