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Traveling Days : The Modest Poppy Review + Giveaway!

Hello Neighbors,

The Modest Poppy

I am so glad you all came out to sit with me for a while At the Fence.  We all know that a must for traveling is neat, modest, and yet fashionable clothing.  Believe me when I tell you that The Modest Poppy can definitely help with that!  We have been doing some shopping for our first cruise this coming February (yay for us!), so this came at just the right time.

I received the Stripe Maxi Skirt in Mint/Black from The Modest Poppy.  Isn't it beautiful?!?  Of course all of my sisters were ohhing and ahhing over it.  I'm still debating whether to save this for myself, or give it to my sister. :)  She loves all of the stripes and such, and is looking for a few maxi skirts.  Whether I keep it, or give it to her, we are very pleased with it.

I always like reading about how companies started, and The Modest Poppy is no exception!  "The Modest Poppy began in the mind of its owner and operator, Cindy Hill, a few years ago as she struggled to consistently find quality and affordable modest apparel for every day use. There were some fantastic boutique shops that sold modest apparel, but the basics for layering and casual wear could be difficult to find. It was also difficult to find active wear and swimwear that was both affordable and modest. The goal of The Modest Poppy is to provide quality, affordable, and fashionable modest essentials and casual wear for modesty conscious ladies and girls. This includes: skirts, tops, layering pieces, activewear, swimwear, accessories, etc. Cindy has explored various manufacturers, both domestic and international, to find quality, modest apparel. She has also scoured the Dallas wholesale markets to provide a good variety of modern, modest, "everydaywear." She continues to search for additional manufacturers who provide apparel that meet The Modest Poppy's high standards. Cindy operates The Modest Poppy from her home in Bixby, OK and lives a very active life with her husband, Brandon, and her daughter, Claire (now 3 years old). She is actively involved in her home church, The Lighthouse Church of Tulsa, and firmly believes that our relationship with Christ should impact every aspect of our lives, including our clothing choices."

Taken from The Modest Poppy website.

I couldn't agree with you more, Cindy!  It seems like we are always trying to find ways to keep our clothing modest and pleasing to the Lord.  Let me assure you, this is very modest, and not only that, is looks very stylish.  Sometimes it's hard to balance between being modest, and yet looking nice and stylish.  Check out my skirt... as you can see from the pictures, it is definitely modest, stylish, and it seems to be well-made so it should last me quite a while!

I am so happy with my skirt.  I will be able to dress it up or down (depending on the occasion), and love the way it looks.  So, if you are looking for modest clothing, check out The Modest Poppy... you will not be disappointed!  You can also Like them on Facebook to stay up to date with their latest news.

The Modest Poppy is going to send 1 Neighbor a Stripe Maxi Skirt in Mint/Black or White/Black!
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Prasert said…
the black and white is my favorite!
I really like the mint/black. So cute!
Anonymous said…
I like the mint and black. Patricia
I would choose the mint black.
andrea v said…
I would choose the mint and black
Jennifer Wilson said…
I would choose the mint and black. So cute!
Unknown said…
I'd choose Mint and Black

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