I subscribe to The Southeast Outlook, Southeast Christian Church’s newspaper.
This morning I read an article about a fashion ministry called Pure Fashion.
I had never heard of Pure Fashion before this morning. According to their website, “Pure Fashion is an international faith based program designed for girls 14-18 to help young women re-discover and re-affirm their innate value and authentic femininity. Pure Fashion is a character formation program that enhances not only a young woman’s external appearance, but more importantly, her interior beauty and balanced self confidence.”
My eldest daughter is a beautiful 14-year-old who has an eye for fashion. My wife and I are careful with what we let her wear, but so much of what she is exposed to in this world promotes a clothing style that is anything but modest.
The Outlook article shares how 14-year-old Audrey Miller has been impacted by Pure Fashion: “Once Audrey Millard gets dressed for the day, she doesn’t want to think about what she’s wearing for the rest of it. So, instead of matching her favorite stylish sweater with a lower-cut cami, she wears a T-shirt underneath. “It looks nice, and it’s modest,” she said. ‘The world and culture tell you it’s OK to show a bit of skin.'”
I’m going to look into it further, but–at first glance–this ministry looks beautiful to me.