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Mikarose Review and Giveaway: Reinventing Modesty

Thank you Mikarose for sending me a dress to review and supply a $50 store credit to the winner of this giveaway.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.  I have always wanted to create a fashion show with our youth and call it "Modest is Hottest."  They would have to study modesty and then find ways to turn non-modest clothing modest.  Learning the tricks when it comes to dressing!  We live in a world where it is so easy to forget about modesty and why its important.  Find a few Bible verses here to help you when discussing modesty.                
About Mikarose:                      
"Mikarose is a clothing company that specializes in modest, elegant and fashionable dresses. Our company's idea evolved when the owners realized how difficult it was to find modest dresses in today's market. We are sure you have had similar experiences when looking for a modest dress. After many frustrating outings, we formed Mikarose. Our goal is to provide an extensive line of modest dresses, without having to sacrifice style. You will be able to wear our line to a broad range of functions: from everyday events to corporate parties. We hope to not only meet the needs of women looking for modest wear, but all those who are seeking elegant dresses."

My Review: 
Who is searching for the perfect outfit for Valentines Day?  There are so many adorable dresses that I would love to order several.  They would be perfect for date nights and Valentines Day.  I was very pleased with the customer service I received from the order to the product arriving!  Shipping and prices are similar prices you would see at any department store if not better!  Mikarose has a clearance section and if you are a fan on their Facebook site you will see many giveaways.   When I put the dress on it felt great!  The fabric is thicker so you don't have to worry about hanger marks or any other wrinkle.  :)  The bunching in the front works great for me after having 2 children.  

There is also a very neat feature a little snap in the front to help cover your chest.  It is a great little snap that is not even noticeable.  I also will never have to worry about my chest being revealed to anyone!  

I paired my brown dress with a lighter brown boot and the outfit was completed with a necklace.  If you look at the Mikarose website you will get tons of outfit ideas.  I love all the belts used in the dresses.  :)  I am all ready for our Valentines Banquet.    

Who wants to win $50 shopping Spree from Mikarose?  Enter the giveaway below using the Rafflecopter form.  Be sure to share this giveaway and pin some of the images you see.  :)    

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1 Timothy 2:9-10 ESV Likewise also that women should adorn themselves in respectable apparel, with modesty and self-control, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly attire, but with what is proper for women who profess godliness—with good works.


I love love love Serena!
Michele P. said…
my daughter loves the pink/gray combo of the lace top
sarh s said…
i like the Rebecca Dress
Nancy said…
I like the Avery, Anne, and Serena dresses.

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Karen said…
I love the Mary Ann and the Eva!
Andrea said…
I like the Rebecca dress.

Maegan Morin said…
I really love the Katherine Dress!!!
Emi said…
I love the Beverly sweater Dress
Allison said…
I like the Ashley dress
one frugal lady said…
I love the daisy dress!
Vanessa said…
Rebecca dress! :)
My favorite is the Katherine Dress.
Unknown said…
I love the bailey dress.
Courtney B said…
cowl neck long sleeve top

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Meghan Jones said…
I love the MaryAnn, Striped Top Dress!
eclairre said…

I like the rebecca dress the most (:
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