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Diviine Modestee

I'm always on the lookout for fashionable, modest clothing. I came across this company Diviine Modestee and they have some really great things. I have not bought or been given any of their clothing, but if the quality is as good as it seems, I would shop here. Below are my favorites from each of their three sites.

DiviineModestee: Tees and Camisoles. The Ruched Satin V-neck Tee is my pick on this site. I really like how the ribbon and the ruched high v-neck, dress up the shirt and make it more stylish and figure flattering. It also would help keep you covered without the tugging that can come with some lower cut tops.


DivinitaSole.com: Swimwear. You can design your own swimsuit by scrolling through their tops, bottoms, and skirts. The tops are nice and long, the bottoms are flattering with good coverage, and the skirts help hide my flaws. I love being able to mix and match because I rarely find a one piece suit that works well on both the top and bottom. My favorite is the Berry Pink Ruffle Square Halter and the Berry Pink Ruffle Skirt.


SweetInnocenceDresses.com: Dresses and skirts. I don't have any dresses like the Zoe, which is what makes me like it so much. The bold polka dots are fun (I'm a sucker for polka dots), but it is still nice enough to make you feel dressed up for church or a big night out.



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  1. I'm glad you posted this. When I was in Utah in February they had a swim wear collection roadshow at Costco and it was a company I'd never heard of. I wrote the name down and then lost it between Utah and here and now you've posted it!!

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  2. Yeah, I'm a sucker for that yellow polka dot one... Too bad I'm too cheap to buy it!

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