Temperley London- Modest Dresses


Kate Middleton has often spotted wearing Temperley London dresses and gowns. Let's take a look at some modest dresses designed from this fashion line.










Flora ruffle-appliquéd satin dress



ALICE by Temperley
Alice Dress


Temperley London

Luz Dress


DIY Modest Dress: Day Date Dress Free Sewing Tutorial For Beginner




Would you like to wear this dress? Modest, stylish and comfortable, I believe you could recreate this in many ways by choosing your own kind of fabric. 

This blog  gives a complete tutorial how you could make this dress, using your own clothes as your pattern. It's totally worth trying.

Some inspirations for this tutorial could be the following dress designs:








Or make it maxi like this dress:

Cara Delevingne-Modest Dress On The Runway


Cara Delevingne in beautiful pink dress from Burberry 2014 Spring RTW collection



Mulberry Spring Summer 2014

Oscar Dela Renta Spring 2013 Collection



Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2013

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2013

Burberry Prorsum Spring 2013

Mulberry Spring 2014


Modest Polka Dot Dresses

Do you like the polka dot print? Here are some dresses inspired with your favorite polka dot prints.












Plus Size Beautiful Modest Dress Inspiration

The common notion in our society is that, beautiful dresses are most suitable on skinny or petite bodies. But the thing is, there are so many women out there in their plus size, who handles it perfectly well. They dress modestly with their elegant styles and they look fabulous. I'm grateful to come across her blog, and admire how she loves her body, the way she dress up, isn't she beautiful? For some women her size who finds it difficult to dress or find a suitable dress here are some inspirations:


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lastday

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Chambray

sequins

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Moschino 2014 Spring- The Dueling Bad And Good

As explained by the designer, “dueling bad and good girl,” this is the theme of 2014 Spring collection  as she explained before the jam-packed show. The “bad” girl was kitted out in stretchy dresses, cropped leather jackets, tiny shorts, lots of black, gold jewelry, patent caps, and hardware, whereas the “good” girl, in her very pretty prim floral dresses, Vichy prints, delightful demure organza frocks, and tailored jackets, had a spot-on contemporary spirit, proving the good girl can sometimes get ahead. 

The "good girl" dress in the show are really beautiful, the bold colors of red and black and beautiful floral prints. I'd say I want to wear them all.