Happy Wednesday everyone!
As promised this is part II from Macy’s American Icon’s fashion show I attended last week. If you missed part I or want to see the looks click here.
Sorry again for somewhat blurry pictures. The captions give my review and feedback on how to make the look “modest.” If you enjoy these inspirational pictures then please comment below. Enjoy!
This fun tie dyed maxi dress is already perfect for modest wear. Just add a long sleeve outerwear!
While this looks needs a lot of adjusting to become “modest” what I love is the camo print. This look needs a longer yellow top covering the midriff and instead of camo shorts just switch out for pants.
I love the pop of yellow in this look and the tie dyed inner shirt which gives this look more unique. The only thing I would do to change this look is add shirts that are longer and jeans that are looser.
Love the outerwear jacket on this men’s look.
What a great ladylike look for a picnic or just strolling an outdoor market.
Love the denim top, I would just adjust it so the midriff region doesn’t show.
This is a great running errands look, the white can be switched for a long sleeve tee and it will become modest.
A perfect night out with the girls look! If the jeans look to body hugging then they can be switched for ones to your comfort level.
A basic but well put together look.
Loving all the chic white and black looks. A black long sleeve tee can be added under the tank or a blazer for more coverage.
Maxi dresses are so simple but great for warm weather. To this look a long cardigan can be added or just a black long sleeve tee.
Another great ladylike black and white look.
A nicely detailed little black dress! A blazer can be added with some nice black leggings to finish off the look and make it modest.
Men’s suit for any occasion is always a good idea. What is great about this suit is light grey color with black dress shirt underneath.
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