One outfit at a time, one modestly-dressed role model at a time!
From an Alabama blog, I read about Miss Fountain City, who promotes modesty as a part of her program, The Pursuit of Character:
"Miss Fountain City 2008, Jaye Herrod, knows how hard it is to shop and find fashionable clothes in today's society, where modesty is not in the thoughts of most fashion designers. However, she does know that finding clothes that don't "bare all" are available. This is the message she recently shared with young ladies at Tri-County Christian School."
" 'Your bodies are your own and they don't have to be on display for you to be attractive, smart and fashionable. We live in a Britney Spears world but looking at her life today, she hasn't gotten very far with her fashions or her principles,' Herrod told the audience of over fifty 6th through 12th grad girls at the Prattville private school. 'Tops cut down to there and skirts cut to to here, don't make the girl,' Herrod added."
Not that I'm a big fan of beauty pageants, but it's good to see attractive, accomplished women promoting modest dressing. I think the message gets more traction when people like Jaye speak publicly and positively about it.