Thursday, August 09, 2007

Maidens for Modesty - Values

As Maidens for Modesty, what are our values?
  • We believe in dressing in modest apparel, as it says in 1 Timothy 2:8-9 - "I also want a women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety, not with braided hair or gold or pearls or expensive clothes, but with good deeds, appropriate for women who profess to worship God."
  • We believe in saving our bodies and not exposing them to others, but protecting what God has given us.
  • We believe in being modest in the way we act, talk, walk, and carry ourselves.
  • We know that true modesty begins in the heart, and is an attitude more than what we wear.
  • We believe in behaving discretely and with modesty.
  • However, our clothing usually displays our true self, and we believe in dressing modestly to be a witness to others.
  • We know that modesty isn't a legalistic set of rules, but rather guidelines to help determine what we should wear.
  • We believe in presenting discretion and dignity in what we wear and how we behave- "Like a gold ring in a pig's snout is a beautiful women who shows no discretion." ~ Proverbs 11:22
  • We believe in helping to protect men from the visual attack by dressing modestly as their sisters-in-Christ
  • We believe in dressing in a way that glorifies God, not our body.
  • We believe that modesty and purity are always in fashion!
  • We believe that modesty isn't old-fashioned - you don't have to wear colonial dresses (like the ones in the picture) or have waist-length hair to be modest!
  • We believe that fear of the Lord is the most beautiful thing - “Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.” ~ Proverbs 31:30
Will you join us in being a Maiden for Modesty? One way to do this (if you enjoy putting graphics and things on your sidebar) is to copy and paste the code below into your blog's sidebar. The picture will then show up on your sidebar, and will link back to this post, letting others know that you believe in modesty!

Now there are two pictures you can choose from! The code for each picture is in the box directly below it.

Read more about the new picture below, added in August 2008 by clicking here.

We are not perfect and we don't have modesty all figured out. However, we believe that we should honor God in the way we dress. We are committed to living a life of modesty.

If you place the Maidens for Modesty button on your blog, let us know and we'll add you to the list below!

Supporters of "Maidens for Modesty":

Ella from All because of Grace
Amy from Amy's Blog
Bob and Cindy from An Army for the Lord
Lydia from An Old-Fashioned Girl
Mia from Aspiring Homemaker
AutiMama's Reflections
Stephanie from ~Baking Homesteader~
Beth from The Barker Bunch
Maria Pauline from Beautiful Grace
Hannah from Beautiful Temple
Elizabeth from Beauty Beyond Rubies
Lisa from The Beehive Buzz
Berean Wife
Tammy from Blessings Abundant
Carol from Boldly Proclaiming Christ
Bonnie from Bonnie's Bee Thoughts
Rachel from Byrd of the Heavens
Candy-Faith from Candy's Home
Teresa Marie from The Catholic Diabetic
Kelly from The ~Christian Country Farm~
Dellennie from A Claranuts World
Jessemily from Chasing the Wind
Devyn from Daddy's Girl
Savannah from Daughter of Faith
Rachel Ann from A Daughter's Song
Kathleen from Dedicated Daughters
Camille from The Diary of an Undercover Blonde
Candy from Candy's Homemaking Blog
The Dog Ate my Prayer Rope
Celine from An Ethereal Forest of Stars
Tracy from The Evans Patch
Faith WITH Actions
Doug and family from The Faster Pastor
Miss Serenity from Femininity in a Feminist World
Alexandra from Firmly Fixed on the Father
Sassy Canuk from Five's a Party
Alana from Free to Cover and Morning Coffee
Scarlett from Frugal and Simple Living
Fruit of the Spirit Blog
Brit from Fully Persuaded
Maria from A Girl Anachronism
Alexis from Glory for God
Grace from Grace's Garden Walk
Pharaoh Grey from Grey's Stash
God's Rose
Desiree from Handmade by Desi
Hands 'N Hearts
Frannie from the Halbert Herald and Authentic Virtue
Hannah from Heart of Purity
Elissa from the Happy Help Meet Genesis 2:18
Natalie from HeartThoughts Photography
Angie and Frank from Heaven Ministries
Hannah and Geneva from The Heritage Sisters
Garden Girl Jo from Home Sweet Home
Rzmom7 from Homeschool Ducks
Anna from His Ways Are Higher
Abigail from Holy Women of God
Autumn from Homeschooling in Kerrville
Melanie from Homestead & Bread
Susan from Homestead Momma
Carrie from How I Love Thee
Humble Help Meet
iLive! iLuv! iTeach on Blogger and HomeschoolBlogger
Hripsime from I Recite my Verses for the King
Briana from Innisfree in Alaska
The team from Is This Modest?
Jennifer from Jennifer's Musings
Jo from Jo-with-it's Portfolio
Becky from The Jones' Journey
Zoe from Joyful Sounds
Lindsey from A Joyous Journey
Julia from Julia's Journal
Just a Girl 4 God
Mardi from I Am a Daughter of The King
Samantha from That Natural Girl
Sheila from An Instrument in Christ's Hands
The sisters from King's Child
Kitty Elizabeth from Kitty Princess
Holly from Knitnspinner
Kristina from Kristina's Keepsakes
Lady in Waiting
Kathleen from Learning to Walk God's Path
Lauren from Least in the Kingdom
Allison from Letters from Christ
Erin from Letters to a Younger Sister
Allison from Life as Me
Lily from Lily Among Thorns
Lina from Lina's Life Lessons
Angie from The Little Life of Me
Little Woman
Naomi Rebekah from Living as Lights
Lucia from Living in His Image
Madison from Madison's Musings and Modesty: A Matter of the Heart
Maggie Russel from The Magdalene's Prayer
Cora Beth from Maiden in the House of God
Anna and Miriam from Maidens of Worth
M from Maidens of Modesty
Rin from Mary and Martha
The Maidens from Mayden Fair
1AGlover from Me, My Life, and My AG Dolls!
Miriam Rebekah from Merely Miriam
Staci from Momma of 4 Blessings
Jennaniah from My Reviews
Mrs. Gaylen's Feminine Ways
Hannah from On Becoming God's Girl
A Maiden of Virtue from One of the Bunch
Hannah from Ornaments of Great Price in the Sight of God
Pearls and Diamonds
Emily from Petticoat Avenue
Bethany from Polished Cornerstones
Katie from Praising the Lord in All Things
Clara Van Nattan from Precious in His Sight
Renee from Nay's Thoughts
Katherine from Pure in Heart
Bethany from Practically Feminine
Cecilia Rose from Ramblings and Reflections...
Brea from Redhead Ramblings
Reformed Farmer's Wife
The Editrix from Ribbons of Light
Crystal from The Richey Family
Robert from Robert's Thoughts
Lisa Marie from A Rose Amongst Thorns
Auntie Em from The Salt Box
Menekse from Saved By Grace
Jo March from Scraps from my Workbasket
Sharon from She Shall be Called Woman and Ozark Mountain Family
Laura from Shieldmaiden for my King
ShroutMommy4 from Shrout to the Lord!
Anna from Simple Living Alaska
A Simply Blessed Life
Ilene from Sincerely, Ilene
Sinner Saved
Anabaptist Mama from A Step Back in Time
Kelly from Sweet Charity
Melly Elizabeth from Sweetly Proverbs 31
Askaug from Soli Deo Gloria
Bethany from Something Greater
Susan from Susan's Modest Apparel
Busy Momma from Tales from the Clothesline
Anna Wood from Talking Theology on a Front Porch Swing
Terri Campbell from Terri's Story
Eliza from These are a few of my Favorite Things
Hannah from Thoughts From My Heart
Stacy from Thoughts from Stacy Elise
Livvy from Thoughts of Mine
Janet from 'Tis My Life
Miss Mary from ~Today's Journey~
Amanda from A Touch of Grace
Bryce from A Twin for God
Bekah from Unworthy Maiden
Anna from Veiled Glory
Violinist 4 Christ
Becca from Virtuous Daughters
Janna from Walking With Joy in the Footsteps of Christ
Natasha from What I Wear, What I do and Why I did it
Sydney from While I Wait
Layla from Wisdom Along the Way
Bethany from A Woman Who Fears the Lord
Pamela from Work at Home Resources and More for Women
Brandy from A Work in Progress
Steph from World Turn'd Upside Down

Vanessa from Writing for God's Glory
Sarah from Yes, we have our hands full!


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Laura H said...

I put the maidens for Modesty on my blog, Mayden Fair. I want to join. Sounds like fun, and inspiring!
YOu know, you should create a directory of maidens modestly dressing, so that other girls, can find fellowship in their area! I know how it is, to find girls, to fellowship with, who like to dress modestly!
Laura H

Anna S said...

Wonderful post! And yes, just like you stated, modesty isn't a long list of do's and don't's, but begins in our hearts, when we commit to purity and want it to show!

Allison said...

I too, placed the Maidens for Modesty on my blog. I love that picture; to me it is a great example of modesty. Have a wonderful week!

Cecilia Rose said...

I put the Maidens for Modesty on my blog, too! What a wonderful idea! I also like the idea of a directory. It's hard (especially going to a very liberal college) to find other girls who believe in modest dress, and it's so nice to know that there are people out there with the same values as me!
God Bless!

Anna Naomi said...

The directory is a good idea - I'd thought of doing it! Now that you've suggested it, I've added a listing of those with the button on their blog to the original post.

Ella said...

You girls can definitely put me on here. Modesty is greatly important to me, both externally and internally.

You know, ya'll sounded like the Rebultion a tiny bit in reference to modesty not being a set of legalistic rules. I like it!

Ella said...

Maybe someone can help me....I have tweaked this around, and I can't get it to either link or to show the picture up on my blog!

Anna said...

I am putting this on my blog if I can! (sometimes it doesn't work so well!)

Anna said...

Hmm. maybe someone has some suggestions! This absolutely will not show up! I've tried several times now. =) Great post, anyways!

Elijah Lofgren said...

I think the code got messed up when the post was edited. You can find the correct code here:

Anna Naomi said...

Sorry about that... Somehow when I edited the post to add the links, the code got messed up. It should be working now.

Anna said...

Thank you very much,,it's now working beautifully!

Laura H said...

You've been tagged. It is a middle name Meme. Look up for more details!

In Christ Alone!
Laura H

Ella said...

Thank you Anna and Elijah. The link is now up and running on my blog!

Hannah said...

It's now on my blog as well. :) I love the idea of the directory...Thanks for making the Maidens for Modesty button! I've been wanting to add something like that to my blog for some time now, and I'm so glad it was you girls who did it. :D
God Bless!

puritanismtoday said...

Dear Maidens,

As I said before I am greatly encouraged to see young girls with the values you present on this site. However if I may I would like to make a few comments for you to think over. They are not really criticisms as much as suggestions.

On such a statement of modest values you may like to mention the necessity of discreetness of behaviour a little more. I am sure that you are discreet, and that you could teach a lot in this area. I say this because I fear that too often modesty is viewed as merely a matter of clothing. I have met girls who are modest in dress but indiscreet in behaviour especially speech. They thus lose that beautiful dignity and feminineness that should go with their clothes.

The other is more important. Although it is probably made clear on your site I worry about your message being too connected to the clothes worn in the picture. I love the clothes, indeed I would love to see a day when such clothes could be worn without it being regarded as terribly odd. I believe that Christians, especially girls, must be willing to be odd - though I dress a little differently from the average young man - but not more than is necessary. Of course to be feminine and modest that will be a good bit differently from the average. However, I fear some will allow the picture to prejudice them against your message - which is vital for the Church.

Anyway, A few comments or points about discretion and such like would, I believe, make an improvement. Regarding the second point a mere mention of the fact that the period clothing is not essential to modesty would be sufficient. I am certainly not saying to change the picture - especially as it shows your Biblically long hair. As I said, these points are probably mentioned sufficiently elsewhere on your site, but the problem is that they will not be read by all.

I trust I have not offended you.


Mandy Grace said...

What a wonderful idea! I will put the code on my blog too. I appreciate what you girls are doing here on your blog to stand for modesty. :-)

Anna Naomi said...

G.M., thanks for your suggestions! I have edited the post somewhat to add more on behavior, and to let them know that old-fashioned doesn't equal modesty!

I appreciate the input you all give!

puritanismtoday said...

Dear Anna Naomi,

Your humility in accepting suggestions is commendable. I hope that I am as ready to do so from a stranger. If you ever visit my site please feel totally free to offer any suggestions.

I wish all girls were convinced of the points in your 'Values'. I wonder how much professedly Christian girls who do not dress modestly understand of the effect they have on their brothers. Their fathers need to tell them; but surly they are at least a little aware? Is it the case that they dress that way because they know it attracts attention?

May God be pleased to bring a day when dressing immodestly will almost guarantee that a young professing Christian girl will stay single. Sadly we men - even those of us that profess Christ - often encourage such immodesty by our attention to the girls that dress in that way.

I heard a good statement recently: A man said to his daughter when she sought to go out in clothing that was less than modest, 'If you’re not for sale, don't advertise!'

I am glad I gave you no offence.


puritanismtoday said...

Dear Anna Naomi,

Sorry, I meant to say that I said, 'Biblically long hair' not because of the exact length, but because of the general ‘long-ness’.


Elizabeth Ellen Moore said...

This is wonderful. I love your emphasis on modest behavior and clothing. I am not much into putting buttons on my sidebar, but I wholeheartedly agree with your values. Keep up the good work!

BonnieBee said...

I've put the 'Maidens for Modesty' on my blog.
Great post!

Anna and Miriam said...

BonnieBee: You don't have a link to your blog in your profile; could you post a link to your blog, so that we can link to you in the post?

Sheila said...

I meant to comment before! Sorry! This is so great, girls! If it's okay, I would love to be part of 'Maidens for Modesty'! I will put the icon on my blog right now.

This is so important. Over the years, I've gained a better idea of what I want to see in myself in regards to modesty. I think this might be another post starter for my blog! :)

God bless,

Devyn Karyn said...

I just wanted to let you know that I put the 'Maidens for Modesty' link on my blog. I think that this blog is wonderfully inspiring for those of us who are aiming for modesty.

Coffee Catholic said...

I'm not a Maiden for Modesty - I'm a Matron for Modesty haha! I just wanted to say that I am so deeply moved by this revolution of modesty that is taking place in the world. I don't mean to make you sound like little kids, it's just that I am thrilled beyond belief to see so many modest young women with blogs like this one! GOD BLESS YOU! Keep up the good work passing the torch!

Your sister in Christ,
Michelle Therese

A Maiden Of Virtue said...

I just posted this link on my blog.
Thank you so much for doing this!


Lindsey said...

I just put the button on my blog. (Actually, I just figured out how to do that, I'm new to this!) Thanks so much for making this available.

the amedicks said...

I put the icon on my blog. This is a really neat ministry you have. God bless you.


Anna Naomi said...

Arya, what is your blog address?

VeiledGlory said...

Excellent idea! I've added the image to my sidebar.


Vanessa Lynn said...

Hello there

I put the Maidens of Modesty icon on my blog:

Mrs Stephen Rella said...

I'm "in"! Thanks for the opportunity. You've started a great thing!


Staci said...

I have added you to my side bar, and have blogged about you today.
Great job, and God Bless ladies. :)


Hannah and Geneva Morse said...

I just put the Maidens button on our blog!

Just a little note... I enjoy reading your site so much! You always have such encouraging posts and I really appreciate it! Thank you!

Though Christ always,
~Hannah M.~

Lisa Marie said...

I just wanted to let you know that my site name changed. (You have it listd as Lisa's Little Corner, I recently changed it to "A Rose Amongst Thorns", the former name was more of a place holder until I could find something that fit what I was looking for). If you don't mind changing it that would be great (the address is the same). Thanks

Anonymous said...

Hi, I've added your button to my blog.

I Am A Daughter Of The King said...

Hi, I added your graphic to my blogspot site. I plan on adding it to my other websites too! Great site! Keep serving Christ!

Anna Naomi said...

Mardi, your profile doesn't have a link to your site - could you give it to us? Thanks.

Kristina said...

I put Maidens for Modesty on my blog, Kristina's Keepsakes.

This was a true blessing to find!

Pamala said...

I put Maidens for Modesty on my blog, This post is so very important in this age when the media and TV display women showing so much of their bodies with tight and revealing clothes. How are men to respect and honor us, as God intended, if we don't dress modestly? Thank you so much for this post. It's something that I've felt for a long time, but didn't know how many others felt the same.

AutiMama said...

I also added Maidens for Modesty on my blog and want to let you know how much it blesses my spirit to see such commitment to honor the Lord. Modesty internally and externally, you girls are beautiful and I will hold you and yours in my prayers.

May the Lord bless and keep guiding you down the narrow path.

Anna and Miriam said...

AutiMama, Thanks for the encouragement! May we have a link to your blog? Your profile can't be displayed.

Rachel said...

Great post! I have put maidens for modesty on my blog.

bookrazy said...

Hello! I just started my blog and put the Maidens for Modesty pic on it. I think it is amazing how many Maidens you have found.

katie said...

My sister is Allison form Letter From Christ so that's how I found you. I love you modesty virtues. I am definitely putting this on my blog.

mrsgaylynn said...

I'm placing this on my blog...Very nice!

mrsgaylynn said...

Ooops...forgot my new blog address:

Anonymous said...

Anna Wilkinson here, from Simple Living Alaska. I've put the 'Maidens for Modesty' on my blog. I am thankful for such a neat idea, you have come up with. So we can all stand together against this worlds negative flow. Please add me to your list!
God Bless, Anna Wilkinson

Janna said...

I put up the the Maidens for Modesty graphic on my blog! :D

Ali said...
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Lisa said...

I just recently found your site and added the graphic to my blog. I am another "matron" for modesty, but raising three maidens.
In Christ,
Lisa from the Beehive Buzz

Robert said...

Justed wanted to say that I added your graphic to my site.

Bob and Cindy Cole said...

We added you to our website too!

Bob and Cindy Cole said...

I have added your link to my blog, Polished Cornerstone!

Growing In Grace Magazine said...

Who makes these beautiful dresses? In the tag you are offering. Just beautiful!!!!

Anna and Miriam said...

I (Anna) made the pink one, Miriam made the blue one, and Mrs. Hart (Miriam's mom) made the purple one. We enjoy sewing! =)

Maria Pauline said...

I put it on Beautiful Grace. I really like the picture. Thank you for promoting modesty.

Maria Pauline

A Young Lady In Waiting said...

I've put the 'Maidens for Modesty' on my blog.
Great post!

åslaug said...

Hello, I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your button and values. It is important. Not only for the way we display Christ through our lives, but also for the way we affect our christian brothers (no, not all christian girls are aware. I wasn't, until my cousin commented it, and even after that it's been a long way to understand what a garment reveales on a body compared to what it looks like hanging in the wardrobe). You have an important message, I wish somebody had told me before, so I'll try to make it up by telling others, and I'm glad you do so too =)
Greetings in Christ!

Yes, and by the way, I've added the button =)

Susanna said...


I wanted to say that this is such a lovely idea! Thank you for making this post. I added your button to my blog. :)

An Old Fashioned Girl said...

I'm going to add it to my blog! Thank you for taking the important stand!

My address is


Sweet Charity said...

What a wonderful thing to see other young ladies out there with a vow to stay modest! I put the Maidens for Modesty graphic on my blog and will show it off proud. Thanks for the wonderful idea!


~ Lindy ~ said...

Hi there....I'm in total agreement with your values. I dress modestly and also cover my hair.head in worship. But can I ask, why you chose to use a picture, as the one to include on other web sites, if you don't feel that picture is descriptive of your 'style'? Meaning....doesn't it send a message, from viewing this picture, that one HAS to dress with long skirts and long hair in order to be modest? I'd love to support your web site, but I'm not sure about the photo... is there an alternative photo or html code that I can use on my blog site? Thanks for your site. Do you post regular blogs?

Anna and Miriam said...

Lindy: We used the picture because it was pretty with the soft colors and I really liked how it looked with our heads down and away from the camera. No, we don't dress this way every day - though I certainly enjoy these kind of dresses and enjoy wearing them on special occasions. I don't think that modesty is equated with long hair and ankle-length skirts, as I stated before, but there's a certain beauty to such things, that I enjoyed using to represent this. The picture is reminiscent of by-gone eras, when there were more modest maidens.

I realize that everyone's style is different, and not everyone likes the old-fashioned look. If you wanted to just link to the post, feel free, but at this point we don't have another graphic. Yes, we do post blogs regularly, which you can view by going to Thank you for your input.


~ Lindy ~ said...

Thanks Anna....found the blogs after I left the previous comment. May God and His Righteousness be lived and proclaimed! Lindy

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-M said...

Hello! I put your graphic on my blog "Maiden of Modesty"!

-M said...


I have made a social network called "Modest Maidens". There are several "modest maiden" sites out there, including yours (maidens FOR modesty, maidens OF modesty, veiled glory, ect..) and I made the social network so that we all can come together and have our own profiles and connect. It's private and by invitation only. Please reply if you are interested.

Here's the site:

(I'm still working on it!)

I've listed your site "Maidens for Modesty" as a link, I hope you don't mind. If you do, just tell me, I'll take it off.

buckynay17 said...

Hello, I am also going to add it to my blog, . I am still on my journey to real modesty, but would love to know if you have the pattern to those dresses in the picture, and where I could get it. They are so pretty.

kristinsdottir said...

Great site, keep up the good work!

Miki Tracy said...

I love this--adding your button to all three of my blogs!

Busy Mommy said...

I added the button proudly to my blog. As the Mom of 5 girls, we are teaching them how important modesty is. Thank you for your wonderful blog!

Mia said...

I've added your Logo to my blog!!
Thanks for such a wonderful site!

Layla said...

I am a momma of 6 blessings (so far), 3 of whom are little ladies. I believe in Biblical modesty and am raising my children to honor Jesus and respect themselves through such modesty. I am proud of you ladies for standing on the Word of God and sharing this virtue with others. I have proudly displayed your button on my sidebar.
Layla from Wisdom Along the Way

Kathleen said...

What a great site! I added it to my blog - I hope it inspires others the way it did for me! :)

Kathleen said...

Hi. I'm not sure if my comment earlier went through (I was having internet problems). I love this site! I am "newer" on my walk with God, and think this type of thing is so encouraging as I grow and learn. I have added your site on my blog. :)

humblehelpmeet said...

How nice to see your blog. I posted your link on my blog. Be Blessed.

Sassy_Canuk said...

I linked you on my blog :)

Zoe said...

What a neat idea! You can add me to the list.

Julia said...

Hi Anna and Miriam,

I LOVE this post! I totally agree with the values you have listed. Would you please add me to the list of maidens?

My blog is called Julia's Journal.

Pharaoh Grey said...

I have added the link to my blog. My blog is very new and small but I am hoping it will grow. Thank you!

Madison said...

Okay, I put it on my blog! I have three blogs, but I put it on my Modesty: A Matter of the Heart blog. I'll probably also put it on my Madison's Musings blog.

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited as I was able to put your link in my sidebar quite easily. has you listed on their blog. Thank you ladies!!! I love that picture!!


Fruit of the Spirit said...

I have placed your banner on my blog. :) Awesome site you have! It is wonderful to see young ladies such as yourselves making a modesty statement for God.

Fruit of the Spirit

Leah said...

What a wonderful idea! I've added the Maidens for Modesty badge to my blog. Thank you!\

Grace & Peace,

Crystal Richey said...

Hello, I have put the Maidens for Modesty to my blog. Thank you
Crystal Richey

Lisa Marie said...


I just wanted to let you know I added the Maidens for Modesty badge/button/thing to my site.


Anonymous said...

We've added the badge! Hooray! Would you add us to your list, please?

Lauren said...

Hello Maidens,

My sister-in-law, Abigail, posted your button on our joint blog

I do agree with puritanismtoday that your picture might scare away the average reader--even one who is seeking to be modest. Especially in light of the recent pictures of polygamous Mormons in Texas making national headlines--wearing dresses of similar style.

That said, I myself like the picture and appreciate that it definitely sets a clear example of feminity and modesty--no question about that! Keep standing for biblical standards! :-) And keep loving Jesus most of all!


Tammy said...

I put the Maidens For Modesty on my blog. I enjoy your blog. It's so wonderful to see young women acting as young women should.

God be with you,

Anonymous said...

I wish to acknowledge and commend you. I am encouraged by such Ladies influencing with such intent.

I hope that all of you endeavors, that are as Noble as this, are blessed with all that is, producing a reviving harvest that is needed, indeed!

For The Cause
Daniel Jeffrey O'Brien

Lauren said...

Just letting you both know that I have put the maidens for modesty widget on my blog! Thanks for your encouragement!

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to let you know that when my six year old son saw your group photo he asked if you are the princesses. :)

Berean Wife said...

Berean Wife has added your Maidens For Modesty button to her Site.

My Daughter would blend right in. Everyone compliments her on how beautifully she dresses and her hair. She does nothing special. She has waist length hair and she dresses femininely and modestly. Most clothes come from the thrift store and she sews a few simple skirts.

Modesty is beautiful.

Savannah said...

I put the maidens for modesty on my

Jo March said...

What a great blog! I can't wait to see upcoming posts. I also try to dress, act, and live modestly. It can be such a struggle in our culture today! I'm glad for support like this blog.

I don't have a blog (yet) but I would post a link if I had a place to post it! =)

God bless!

In Christ,
Jo March

Allison said...

I posted the picture on my blog,

Your blog is really great! My Mom was teaching a Sunday School lesson at our church 2 weeks ago on modesty, and she was able to use some of the scripture references you mentioned and some of the points you made.

Thanks, and God Bless!!!!


Kathryn said...

This is a great site! I am on one that is almost just like this. Its
come check it out and come chat on the forum:

Anonymous said...

I like your ideas, particularly because I feel similarly, living in a society where there is way to much "exposure". I also like how you think of it as an internal thing, as well as a physical thing and not as a list of rules.

bethany said...

This site is a great idea! I put you on my blog.

Lina said...

Hi girls! I finally got a blog and your Maidens for Modesty button was one of the first things I put on! Thanks so much for stepping out and launching this idea!
God bless!

M. Magdalene Russell said...

For the first time in a very long time, I am finally working on my own blog (which I am having to rebuild from scratch). I have joyfully added you girls to my sidebar!

Also, I have been looking high and low for a women's colonial dress pattern like one's y'all wear so often (I love this pattern) but I can't find one anywhere local--and I honestly don't have alot of money to invest. Any suggestions???

In His Grace, maggie

rozmom7 said...

I am glad to have found your site and added you to my blog. You can find it:

Anonymous said...

By way of introduction, my name is Liat Bensimon, and I am from Miami, FL. In my quest to combine my desire to participate in athletic events and remain modest, I created a patent-pending Modest Exercise Skirt (i.e. EXERSKIRT). This skirt has "gym shorts" attached to it and allows for the full range of mobility, all while adhering to the laws of Modesty.

I feel that my skirt would be perfect for the modest women in the Modest community, for both exercise and for casual attire, since they care about modesty, yet are engaged in the every day world.

In the meantime, you can view more information on my website at, or email me at

Thanks, and I look forward to speaking with you soon.

Liat Bensimon
Mira Clothes, LLC
"Fashionable & Modest Exercise Clothing"

Anonymous said...

Hello my name is Theresa. I love this blog and I totally believe in what you are doing. Socitiy today is centered on the flesh. I believe it is very important to dress modestly. I am putting one of the pictures on my blog.

Anonymous said...

Hello! My name is Clare and I LOVE this Maidens for Modesty site!! You girls have the right idea. :)
I posted the link on my blog, so I intend to tell lots of people about you!! God bless you abundantly!

Anna Naomi said...

Theresa and Clare: Thanks for adding it to your blog! However, I can't add you to the list unless you give me your blog address. =)

Melly Elizabeth said...

I have added your button to my blog, Your blog is lovely and I appreciate seeing young ladies take a stand for modesty. God Bless!

Melly Elizabeth

Lily Among Thorns said...

A wonderful idea. Modesty is such an important and wonderful virtue. I added it to my blog: .


Owan said...

My friends site. ^^

The Editrix said...

Great idea, girls! I've just added the pic to my blog at

Anonymous said...

I added you to my new blog! I like your new photo. Thank you for doing this. :)

- Briana

Dellennie said...
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Dellennie said...

I fixed it! (I'd missed part of the code) It is now on my sidebar. The technically challenged person managed to do something lol

Alana said...


I posted your graphic link thingy on both my blogs:

Hripsime said...

I am delighted to see so many sisters, who wear accridint to 1 Timothy 2:9. I have put Maidens for Modesty on my blog. God bless you all, dear sisters!

Kold_Kadavr_flatliner said...

I hope to meet alla you Upstairs in Heaven. God bless you -the subdude

Naomi Rebecca said...

Thank you for your blog -- very encouraging. I've added the picture/link to your website on my blog.


Anonymous said...

Hello! I have put it on my blog,
Thank you!

Elizabeth said...

I just discovered your blog yesterday and have found it very encouraging. keep it up ya'll! I'm joining maidens for modesty with my newest blog!
"Grace and Peace unto you from God our Father"

Teri Campbell said...

I have posted your link on my blog. Great post and ministry!


lolamae said...

Reading your blog I've inspired by your faith and what you are standing up for, I know our views aren't going to match up perfectly but I would love for you to look at my blog and let me know what you think. Its still a work in progress so bear with me but it would be extremely helpful :)

Anonymous said...

How blessed I am in finding your lovely blog! I am in my 50's and write The Salt Box. I am getting use to women having a difficult time with the modesty issue, and now I have a real Pic/link on my blog that they may 'see' and visit, without having to interact with me if they don't wish to. Great service to the Lord Jesus, girls! Praise be to His name!

Emily Anne said...

Hello! I put 'Maidens for Modesty' on my blog, Petticoat Avenue. You are a great example of moesty and femininity. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

I am definitely putting the Maidens for Modesty button on my blog. More Christian women need to see this post! :)

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Brandy said...

Hi! I've added this to my blog. Thank you for taking the time to do this! Blessings

flower girl dress said...

Thanks for bringing this to my attention - I’ve reviewed it myself now. A very enjoyable read.

Jo-snazz said...

Thanks so much for providing this! I agree with you and have added it to my blog.

Maria said...

I posted a button on my blog!

Clara Van Nattan said...

I added the Maidens for Modesty button to my blog :) good to see so many other young ladies out there wearin modest dresses :)

Anonymous said...

Greatpost! I put one of your icons on my blog, so you can add me on your list.
My blog url:

MInTheGap said...

I've put one on our site, Is This Modest?! Thanks for celebrating modesty!

Bethany said...

I have placed your button on my blog and I would love to be added to the list. :)

HsKubes' Gal said...

I, too, added your graphic in my sidebar and I'd love to be added to your list.

~ Alexandra

Johanna said...

I added your butten as well here is my link!

Anonymous said...

I put your button on my blog! Thanks so much for standing up for modest, femanine dress!


Anonymous said...

I put the Maidens for Modesty on my blog. I am so glad there are so many girls / women like this out there.

Bryce said...

I put the Maidens for Modesty on my blog! Modesty is so important, I'm so glad I found this blog site. :)


Anonymous said...

I put your button on my blog a few minutes ago!!!
I love your post on modesty and highly recommended it to some friends!

dukygurl said...

I am a wife,and a mother of two small daughters.

I hope to raise them well and am encouraged by this blog! Thanks so much!

Violinist4Christ said...

I just put the Maidens for Modesty on my blog. :)

Kelly said...

Hey! I put your link on my Blog, will you add me to "your" list now? Thanks!

~Christian Country Mama~

Beth said...

I just figured out how to post the button on my blog. My husband and I are raising our 6 children, 3 of them girls. I want them to be maidens for modesty. Thanks for the encouragement through your blogs.

Menekse said...

This is a great website =)

I have put Maidens for Modesty on my blog, it's great that you are encouraging young women to strive towards Godliness =)


My name is Stephanie said...

I added you to my blog I am an advocate for modesty and this helps get the message out. Thanks!

Cora Beth said...

Your site here has been such a blessing to me, as I see that I'm not as alone as it seems sometimes. I so much enjoy reading other's blogs and have finally decided to start my own. Please add me to your list (I've linked to you from my blog) and keep the standards high for Jesus!

Holly said...

I am a matron for modesty :~) Just added your link to my sidebar!

Rachel Ann said...

This is a very good idea (especially for those who wonder if true modesty has been completely lost). I have added one of the pictures to my blog, A Daughter's Song

nay nay said...

Praise the Lord! This is great! I'm adding your button to my blog. I didnt even know about dressing modestly until I was fifteen years old...and boy was there a lot to learn!!! lol! Keep it up!!!

justagirl4god said...

I have just added your button to my sidebar. Thanks for all the awesome things you do to encourage girls around the world! :)

Just a Girl 4 God

Scarlett said...

I added this to my blog. I do think that modesty is a little different in every family. I do believe in braiding my hair, but do not do it for beauty, more that I have come to think that the beauty of my hair being down is a treat I only share with my beloved. I also have come to believe in a head covering. I love what Maidens for Modesty represents. It is fairly new to me, I have only been living modest for a year myself, but am so happy to find that I am not alone!

miss mary said...

Hi! i love what ou represent. I try to live as modestly as I can. I only wear dresses, I do not cut my hair and I cover my head(a recent conviction)I have just put your button on my site. God Bless and Hugs

kitty elizabeth said...

i put the button on my blog
i believe in don't find that at all in my town
god bless,

King's child said...

I just wanted to say how much I love your blog! And I put your 'Maidens for Modesty' button on my blog. :)

God Bless,

Miriam said...

I love your blog!!!!
Check mine out at


Hannah said...

Hi, I have put the maidens of modesty logo on my blog,

I am also going to put it on my other one,

Have a blessed day!

Livvy said...

I just put your "Maidens for Modesty" button on my blog. Your blog has been a wonderful inspiration for me, and it's wonderful to know that there are other young women who feel the same way I do about modesty. Thanks so much!

Abigail Carney said...

I applaud you for encouraging other women to be modest, both on the inside and out. I have added the code to my web site because I have written a devotion on modesty, and want to share your blog with others.

-Abigail Carney

Janet said...

This is great! I put your logo for Maidens of Modesty on my blog at

Melanie said...

Added your wonderful link to my blog!
Hugs & Blessings,

Jen said...

I admire you girls for establishing your aim and thoughts regarding the modesty God want from us. To live life holy and according to HIS will. God use you to me to enlighten me up once again and to inspire me, to build and strenghten my faith to the Lord.If you don't mind, can I ask you to be my friend? I admire person who have this kind of principles for I know my faith will establish also through you with the help of our Lord. Add me up, heres my email account. I will wait for your kind response. May you keep on pursuing your aim for I know it will not be in vain.

P.S Attach link is the url address of the site I joined. It's about us who believe in the Lord in these last days. You can meet our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ there who have the same aim and principle regarding modesty and the love for God in these last days. Feel free to join, you are very much welcome.

Be Blessed!

Homestead Momma said...

I added your graphic to my blog, =)

An Ethereal Forest of Stars said...

Hey! I added a button to my blog page as well. Thanks for them :).

ladyinwaiting said...

I added the button to my blog. Thank you for this wonderful idea.

Anonymous said...

This is a great site! When did you start it? By the way, My family hoeschools to. Maybe I all ready said that.....

I agree with all of you about dressing modestly. Well, take my bathing suit. It's like a shirt with pants, connected, with a small skirt, and cute print. most of the time, people will say things like: "Is that a swimsuit?!?", but 2 weeks ago a girl said that my suit was REALLY CUTE. Maybe it was a dare, but, whatever. My point is KEEP GOING! Don't worry about what other people say. "Don't look side to side: Look up!"



Steph Farra said...

This is great I put the link on my blog. You girls really look lovely in those dresses. It is very inspiring to the rest of us and I'm sure it will be to everyone who reads our blogs.

Kathleen said...

I have put your picture on my blog Dedicated Daughters. GREAT post too.
Have a great day.

Here is my blog address,

Kathleen O.

Hannah said...


My name is Hannah, and I definitely think that I will be reading this blog! I found out about it from QuinnyandCo.

Personally, I disagree with long hair and modest dress, but respect your choices :)

Have a good day!


Autumn said...

Just added it to my homeschool blog!

God Bless!

Luci said...

Dear Maidens,

Oh, I love this post! Beautiful. Do you mind if I take your button? I love this blog so much! Please visit mine, if you ever have time:


God bless you all!


Anonymous said...

A Step Back In Time:

Thanks. I have added your banner to my blog. :)

Jo March said...

I added the Maidens for Modesty button on my blog:

I think this is a wonderful idea!

Natasha Atkerson said...

Hey! I added your button to my blog! In Christ,

Abby said...

Hi! I put your maidens for modesty button on my blog!

Hannah said...

I love your site--I'd really like to have a link between our blogs--I have your button on my blog, you mind posting my link on your blog to this site?

sarah said...

How true, and what a great idea! I put your Maidens for Modesty button on my blog here: .

Bernadette said...

Thank you for starting this blog! :-) Dressing/acting modestly is sooo important, and it's wonderful to see that other girls believe that too. :-)

Six divided by two..... said...

You ladies are truly virtuous women!! Be blessed!! I would love to follow your blog but I do not see the follow button. lol

Susan's Modest Apparel said...

What a lovely blog! I have used one of your quotes about "Like a ring in a pig's snout..." in my blog [yes, I have given you credit it was from your blog :-)] concerning the epidemic of piercings that young ladies and young men do and how our bodies are a temple, inside and out and how piercing it, is mutilating His creation.

Please place the name of my blog on your list. I have your link on my blog.


Susan W

Anonymous said...

Excellent blog! I'm a Muslim girl in the U.S. and I also choose to be modest without being forced. I wear a veil that covers my hair and I wear baggy clothing that doesn't reveal my body. We Muslims totally support this movement! Keep it up!!

Laura said...

I am putting one of the buttons on my blogs! I have other ones that are not on Blogspot (I have one of those too, though) and I will be posting about it on them! Thank you for being a place where young women can be encouraged to be modest instead of told to dress inappropriately. :-)

May God bless you, and have a merry CHRISTmas!

~Miss Laura

Prairie Momma said...

Wow, thank you, thank you, thank you for putting up a blog like this!! I know that in this day and age, we, as Godly young women striving to be the way God meant us to be, can be difficult, as well as discouraging sometimes when there seems to be no one else out there that wants to do the same! This is so encouraging and I am going to definitely find a way to put your blog on my side bar!! Thank you for doing this!

Anonymous said...

Hello!! I love your site and added your button to my blog a long time ago. I didn't realize that I was supposed to leave a comment but I am now. My blog address :

Thanks so much!!


Grace said...

I love this. I posted your button on the my blog's sidebar. You can find me at
In Christ,

Grace said...

Thanks for doing this. I posted your button on my blog. You can find me at
In Christ,

Frannie Halbert said...

Hello! I just found your blog, but have been encouraged by it! I'm so blessed to see other modestly dressed sisters in Christ! Praise the Lord! I'll put Maidens for Modesty on my blog too. Thank you!Plus, to go along with a comment Cecilia Rose said--it is hard to find modestly dressed girls while attending college and I so appreciate it!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I don't have a blog, but it's wonderful to find so many other young ladies with the same beliefs. Sometimes I feel very lonely in the stance I have taken. One thing I find encouraging is that the Christian young men I know really do appreciate our modesty.

Lady Dame Amy~

=) said...

I just wanted to let y'all know that I am going to put the button on my blog. The Lord laid modest dressing on my heart a little under a year ago. As I started dressing modestly I began to realize that it wasn't just a matter of what clothes I wore, but also the way I presented myself.

I enjoy reading your blog it is very encouraging!!

God Bless,

Anna Wood said...

Bless you ladies, you are doing a wonderful job and a precious service to our young maidens. I have read your blog for some time now and have now placed your button on it. It is called Talking Theology On A Front Porch Swing. It can be found at
Please place me on your blogroll. God bless you! Anna Wood

Anonymous said...

Hi, Anna and Miriam, I was wondering what your view(s) are on headcovering for women today, if you want to share? (1st Corinthians 11). I'm just curious, that is all :)

shroutMommy4 said...

Naomi and Miriam- I have your button on my blog, but have changed the blog name to Shrout to the Lord!
Thank you for all that you do for the glory of our Lord.


Simply Blessed said...

This is a great resource, thank you so much! I can't wait to go and check out all of these links!!! Hope to make some new friends here too!

Simply Blessed said...

I put your icon on my blog, thank you! My blog is

Thank you for such a wonderful resource to back up and strengthen our beliefs!

Anonymous said...

I put up the button on my blog:)! Thanks so much for encouraging modesty!


Faith WITH Actions said...

I just added you to my "links" page at my blog, Faith With Actions is a new site, so I hope you check it out. Could you please add me to your directory? Thanks!

True Vine's Bookshelf said...

We've recently began an online church library and multimedia resources for our home missions church and I think this will be a wonderful resource for our ladies. Thank-You,
True Vine Pentecostal Church
PS. We are still under construction and have alot of books, audios, videos, and other resources to upload.

iLive! iLuv! iTeach! said...

Hey! Supporting Maidens for Modesty on both my blogs with your button!


Jessemily said...

I added your Maidens for Modesty on my blog.
Thank you so much for offering this that way that everyone who visits my blog will know that I believe in modesty. Question: Where did you get the patterns for the dresses in the picture? I love them and would like to know where you got them from. Thanks Jessemily!

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