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Traveling Days : Modesty in Motion Review + Giveaway!

Hello Agents!

I am REALLY excited about getting to share this company with you.  This is something that is much needed in our Christian circles, and can be very helpful while traveling (amongst other things).

Modesty in Motion makes Culottes MADE-TO-ORDER!  Yes, that's right... made-to-order.  You can customize the length and everything.  And one of my favorite features is that they make some with double panels (one in the front, and one in the back), so it really looks like a skirt -- so modest, and yet sporty!  I received a longer made-to-order pair, and then a slightly shorter pair that I use for swimming, exercise, etc.  And don't think this won't look stylish - I have received so many compliments on these, as well as people wanting to know where they can get a pair of their own.

"I became a Christian in 1980. Soon after I realized that since God talks about clothes so much in the Bible it must be important to Him I adapted a standard of modesty in my own life and raised my children by those standards. While raising my girls and staying active with my family, I heard myself so often say, “Somebody needs to start a business selling culottes.”.When I took up coaching Volleyball full time I was really in need of a supplier.  My team needed something to wear and I refused to put them in giant basketball shorts or Pleated split skirt that make you look like a flying squirrel. So, I got to work.At the time it was just something I was doing for my team.  I tried several style and watched carefully during practice. Were they too restrictive, too weighty, unflattering to larger girls? They had to stay modest through the rigors of the game, jumping diving, rolling etc… As required in most sports there could not be any hardware (zipper or buttons) The fabric also had to be just right. Light weight but not sheer with enough stretch to allow for comfort and ease the strain on the seams.  It had to come in all colors and stay bright  with no special care instructions and NO IRONING.It was also important that they could be made affordably. After a few seasons I felt the design was perfect. So did many other people.  Ladies in my church began asking me to make them some and the school decided to make my culottes the standard in  K-college.I became the “Somebody”  starting the culottes business. Today Modesty in Motion is supplying culottes to Christian Schools and teams nation wide.  I am proud to help out several missionaries as well so I guess I am global.   My machines are industrial and the fabric comes to me hundreds of yards at a time.  In my spare time I am a wife and mother of four grown children and Grandmother to 5 little ones. I still coach volleyball with my husband from Fall to Spring in both public and private schools."

Yes, I wear them when I am out working with Belle in the yard!

These are perfect for just about anything.  I wear mine for all sorts of sports (kickball, volleyball, racquetball, biking, etc.), swimming, going to yard sales, working in the backyard, traveling (no ironing, pair with anything, etc), as well as just around the house.  They are so comfortable, that I could wear them every day.  Seriously!  I also like that you can dress it up or down... casual with a t-shirt and sneakers, or pair it with a dressier blouse and flats for a dressy look.

Sorry for the blurry pic.  Swimming!  It is dripping wet, but it doesn't cling!
It is well worth purchasing a pair (or two!) of these for yourself or a friend.  You can order a pair on the Modesty in Motion website, and you can also Like them on Facebook to stay up to date with their latest news (As well as seeing pictures of their beautiful model - Modest Molly!

Modesty in Motion is going to send 
1 (US Only) Neighbor 1 Pair of Culottes in Winner's Choice of Style/Color!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Courtney B said…
I like the split skirt :)

not sure how I would design it though!

thanks! xoxoxo
latanya t said…
Women's Split Skirt (No Panel) in black
Darlene said…
I love the Sign In
Women's Double Panel (Front & Back) in black.
Jennifer Wilson said…
I would choose the women's double panel in khaki. :)

Unknown said…
I like the Women's Single Panel Skirt in the Color of Navy Blue.
Anonymous said…
I like the Women's Split Skirt (No Panel)in HOt Pink. Patricia
Unknown said…
If I was the lucky winner, I think I would choose the split skirt in black!!
Unknown said…
We like the Women's Double Panel (Front & Back)in navy, would be very stylish and modest, like the short version
Unknown said…
I shared this giveaway on Facebook on 7/6/15. My user name is Ali Gibbs.
Terra Heck said…
I'd choose the black Women's Single Panel (Front). Thanks.
Leela said…
Women's Double Panel in light grey.
Unknown said…
If I won, I would pick "Double Panel - Front and Back" as the style.
So many wonderful colors to choose from!! I would have to pick 'Navy Blue" as the color. Thank you for this chance to win! God bless!
Anonymous said…
I would choose the women's double panel in hot pink
Arf2-D2 said…
I'd choose the woman's double panel in navy blue (or maybe black)
rubynreba said…
I like the black women's split skirt.

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