Five Ways to Style The Abigail Modest Dress

Five Ways to Style     The Abigail Modest Dress
Welcome to our FIRST Fashion Friday blog post! Grab a cup of coffee and start scrolling as we have some pretty sweet treats waiting here for you!! We have styled our Abigail Modest Merrow Stitch dress with classic + un-conventional pairings, adding modesty and versatility to your wardrobe!

Here are FIVE ways to style our Abigail Midi and Maxi dress! 

1. Be Original.

We love the idea of layering skirts over dresses! Our Abigail midi in dusty rose seemed like the perfect dress to layer under one of our favorite skirts! This look creates added layering under the skirt with no added bulk!  This eliminates the need for any type of slip.  Our favorite part you ask....? The merrow stitching that peeks above the skirt waist-band, adding that extra touch of femininity! This is a great way to get more use out of your current wardrobe!
Vintage Floral Modest Below The Knee Dress
modest below the knee floral vintage dress long skirt
Shop the look: Dusty Floral Crinkle Skirt // Classic Side Cut Sandals // Luxe Envelope Clutch

2. A Day Out With the Girls!

Ok ladies, we JUMPED on the jumper train! When we spied this v-neck sweetie at market, we were instantly smitten by the simplicity of this chambray-like dress. A fun twist we found was layering it over our Abigail midi! ( The Abigail comes in FOUR colors leaving you with lots of options ladies!!) This fun outfit is great for a girl's day!  Meet your friends for brunch, do some shopping downtown and hit up the farmer's market on the way home to snag your favorite flowers!  All while never compromising modesty with this style! Fun fact; the Abigail dress acts as a slip and adds coverage to the slit in the back of the jumper!
Modest mother's Inheritco
Four color modest -Inheritco
Shop the look: V-neck Jumper // Classic Side Cut Sandals // Faux Leather Tote

3. A Pop of Color!

We are the first to admit that we crush on neutral colors. Anyone else look into their closet and see stacks of black, tan, taupe, dark gray, light gray, heather gray...did we say gray?! The great thing about neutral colored wardrobes is you can pair almost anything with them...making it the perfect investment piece! We layered a striped mustard tee over our Abigail maxi dress and tied a playful knot to the side to finish off the outfit. This gives the look an illusion of a maxi skirt! Dual purpose + maximizing your closet - ummm yes, we are all about it!
Dual purpose modest -Inheritco
Abigial dual purpose -Inheritco
Shop the look: Ruffle Sleeve Striped Mustard Tee  // Faux Leather Tote

4. Date night.

Being able to go from school meetings to date night with one dress?! You bet! Layer a light-weight cardigan over this dress and finish the look with a belt to be date-night ready! Ditch your big tote for a refined clutch and slip your favorite shoes on as you head out the door with your honey! Not wasting time fretting over an outfit is time well-spent!
Abigail modest dress -Inheritco
Abigail modest dress style -Inheritco
Shop the look: Split Hem Cardigan // Ramona Peep Toes // Faux Leather Clutch

5. Casually Content.

Sitting in your home with coffee in one hand + a kiddo or talking to a friend on the phone in the has never been more beautiful! This midi-dress paired with a zip up sweatshirt  and casual details complements a morning spent making time for the little things in life!
Abigail modest sweatshirt -InheritcoModest zip-up -Inheritco
Shop the look: Classic Stripe Terry Zip Up 

We hope you loved these styles from The Skirt Outlet!

Let us know your favorite below!

Love + Blessings!

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Love the look and the fit of your clothing, I would just recommend getting a better selection in long jean skirts, there my favourite:)


I loved the all the clothes you have! The skirts and the dresses I bought from this website is very comfortable. I wish y’all have more long skirt that is flowey.


Love them all but favorite is the jumper! ♡


The first idea i loved, i loved them all!!


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