Saturday, December 13, 2008

Diviine Modestee is feeling....

Lonely!  Go here: Diviine ModesTee's Facebook.  It's Diviine ModesTee's new Facebook page.   My husband is thinking he is so it because he signed up for Facebook last week and already has over 100 "friends".  Big Whoop, I tell him.  It's the quality, not the quantity.  So if you want to become one of our most qualified friends, sign up as one of our BFF's!  Now.  

Thank you. :)

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Brag Moment...

I'm really thrilled to announce that this blog was nominated for an award! Amanda from AmandaBeth Online, a young blogger (as compared to some... *ahem*) who writes a fantastic blog (or two!). Thanks Amanda!
Amazing Blog Award

I'm actually quite honored because I haven't been at this blogging business all that long and while the humble part of me doesn't think I deserve it, the ego in my says "woot!"
I'll be back later with a few nominations of my own. Qualifications are these:
1. A blogger who inspires you.
2. A blogger who makes you smile and laugh.
3. A blogger who gives amazing information.
4. A blogger who's a great read.
5. A blogger with an amazing blog-design.

Suggestions for nominations? Feel free to comment to this post with a nomination you think I should consider.  Also if you like this blog like Amanda does, be sure to follow it!

Monday, December 1, 2008

Bon Voyage!

A sweet lady who proudly claimed she was 75 years old came into our store over the Black Friday weekend to purchase a swimsuit for a cruise that she was invited to go on with her daughter and Son-in-Law. This was her first cruise and it had been years since she had purchased or even worn a swimsuit.   Her first choice was our Raspberry/Raspberry Ice BowTie Tankini.  She had shopped our website prior to coming into our store, so she had a pretty good idea of what she wanted.  The raspberry color of the suit she picked was absolutely perfect with her porcelain skin and silvery-grey hair, and she prefered the Boy Brief and the matching swimskirt for extra modesty.  She tried on a second style of swimsuit, but quickly went back to her first choice.  "When you are as old as me you don't have time to dither around with what you think you want", she proudly declared as she purchased her suit.  I wished her well on her cruise and I will, without a doubt, be thinking of the warm climates of any "land where palm trees sway" when we get hit with our first snowstorm here in the Rocky States.  Mele kalikimaka, sister! 

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Cyber Monday!

Traditionally Cyber Monday is the day that shoppers take respite from the frantic weekend shopping of Black Friday and Grey Saturday (I made that one up!) and shop online from from the comfort of work or home. Not wanting to be excluded, Diviine Modestee has offered some awesome Cyber Monday Deals. Dresses 25% off, swimsuits 25% off and clearance/sale items an additional 10% off. Go to Diviine Modestee to shop. Use coupon code: BLACKFRIDAYSALE

If you are shopping online from work be sure to keep your mouse arrow over the minimize button so you won't get caught! And if you DO get caught, just show your boss our awesome merchandise and dollars to donuts she will thank you. Assuming your boss is a she...

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Modesty is Just So Hard to Find

My nine year-old daughter loves Radio Disney. Every time we ride in the car we must listen to Radio Disney.  If my teenage boys are with us, this causes catastrophic battles in the back seat, and I'll admit that usually I allow my daughter to win this battle because she's...well...louder.  She knows, at age nine, the artists of every song on this radio station:  Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Emily name it, she knows it.  

Today my daughter had a dance lesson and as we are driving along, listening to (what else) Radio Disney, on comes the Jonas Brothers song "Lovebug".  I freely admit that I love this song!  So I'm listening and singing along (which bugs my daughter to no end!  She wants to be the soloist) and one word from the lyrics jumped out at me:  Modesty.  I honestly thought I must have heard wrong, so once home I googled the lyrics.

Called her for the first time yesterday
Finally found the missing part of me
Felt so close, but you were far away
Left me without anything to say

Now I'm speechless, Over the edge of this, Breathless,
I never thought that I'd catch this love bug again
Hopeless, Head over heels in the moment,
I never thought that I'd get hit by this love bug again.

I can't get your smile out of my mind
I think about your eyes all the time
Your beautiful, but you don't even try
Modesty is just so hard to find


Kissed her for the first time yesterday
Everything I wished that it would be
Suddenly, I forgot how to speak
Hopeless, Breathless, Baby can't you...see

I know that boy bands always get a bad rap and Disney boy bands get the baddest rap, I said I really like this song.  I don't even care if they are talking about modesty in dress or modesty in action or modesty as in humble.  They are singing a song which promotes modesty to the age group that is the most impressionable:  pre-teens and teens.  The song speaks of innocent young love, you can practically feel it.  The lyrics describe being thrilled at the sight of her smile, her eyes, her beauty.  It is not about being titillated (love that word!) by a peek into a low-cut blouse, or a view of a thigh.  No.  It's a good old fashioned love song celebrating her beauty and modesty.

The movie "Lovebug" is coming out to theatres soon and is set in the 1940's revolving around a young couple who end up at a dance where the Jonas brothers are performing.  The movie follows the couple as they fall in love and separate during the war.

For your viewing pleasure, here's the video off YouTube:

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Fab or Drab?

The Gladiator Boot. Personally I haven't seen much in the way of footwear that I hate more than the Gladiator Boot.   Is it a boot?  Is it a sandal?  No one knows!  I like my possessions to know exactly what their function in my life is.  I don't think these shoes that Ashley Tisdale is wearing know what their purpose in life is:
gladiator boots

They are confused.  They are befuddled.  And frankly, so am I.  Now I am a BIG fan of Ashley, just for the record. I loved her in High School Musical(s), I adore her in The Suite Life of  Zack and Cody and once-upon-a-time I even knew her current boyfriend, Jared. But I do not love the Gladiators. So I got to thinking that it just might be fun to give Miss Tisdale a Diviine makeover.
First thing:  chuck the Glads.  Then I would give her Brooke dress in grey from the Sweet Innocence Dress Collection.  Ashley proves that blondes can indeed wear grey, but of course, I like this particular Diviine ModesTee dress (seen below in the collage) better. Then, since the season is colder now we'll add grey tights and grey booties for a nice, sleek monochrome look.  These particular booties have diminished the number of buckles on Ashley's feet from dozens down to two.  It's obvious that Miss Tisdale loves a big bag that makes a statement so we'll toss in a fab purple bag (HOT this year!) plus a scarf, necklace and cameo ring to pull it all together.  Toss on a trendy orange swing jacket for those chilly days and voila! Classy and Chic.  But most important, it won't take you 15 minutes to buckle your shoes!

Brooke by SandyD

What do you think? Which do you like better: Gladiator Ashley or hip, sleek, trendy I-can-put-on-my-shoes-in-less-time-than-it-takes-to-say-"Gladiator"-Ashley?

Do you have a favorite look that you'd like to share? A celebrity you'd like to makeover using a Diviine ModesTee product? Get creative at and send me the link. I just might publish it in a future post.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Purple. The Hottest Color for Fall.

Purple is one of my favorite colors and I’m thrilled to see it in style this fall. I’m also excited because purple looks fabulous when paired with grey, black, white, or even brown. In fact, the combination of Grey and Plum Purple is hot this season. Purple is an extremely versatile color, but if you happen to feel it's not the perfect shade for your skintone, well, isn't that what scarves, shoes and a great purse are for? Realize though, that I'm not talking about lavender. The hottest, trendiest shades of purple to wear this season are the dark "jewel" tone purples and plums. Gossip Girl's costume designer said "the deep-purple plum color is really, really strong for fall." If Hollywood says it, it must be true, right? Forget about the fact that they've been trying to stick us with Gladiator Boots...

Wear a deep plum purple longsleeve shirt like this one below and throw a scarf around your neck in a color more flattering to you:
PhotobucketThis V-neck Bellsleeve shirt is available here for only $10. Yes, $10...sizes are limited however, but still...TEN dollars to get the season's hottest color.

If you need a dressier look and would like to try out purple, Diviine ModesTee has a plum purple dress as part of it's new Sweet Innocence Dress line. The Purple Audrey dress is cotton comfortable...and (I think) would look fantastic with slingback heels or a great pair of deep brown riding boots and purple tights.
purple audreyYou can find this dress here

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Fashion at the Polling Booths

Regardless of your political affiliation or leanings, Diviine ModesTee has the perfect outfit for you to wear to your voting precinct. Want to make a Republican Red Statement? Pair Diviine ModesTee's white camisole with any number of red clothing items and accessories. But remember, too much red can be painful on the eyes so be sure to add in a touch of black, brown, cream or white.
Vote Red by SandyD

If your political leanings have you feeling a little blue try an outfit like the one below, again centered around a white camisole. Camisole's are so versatile...we all know they can be worn under anything, worn over most and can save a shirt from being unwearably immodest to being absolutely perfect! Pair your Democratic blue with black and silver for a very stylish look. For even more of a statement on voting day, don some bright blue mascara, too!

Vote Blue by SandyD

Just remember that no matter your choice for President, Congress, or Proposition whatever...Diviine ModesTee has you covered.

...and the Winner IS....

Jinxy and Me! She has won our Polka Dot Satin Skirt in the size of her choice!

Thank you all for participating in our very first Give-a-way. What fun I had! We hope to do this again sometime soon, so keep on checking out this blog periodically...or even subscribe if you haven't already...

And...what would a business blog be with out a plug for where you can go to purchase this skirt if you did not win it. This skirt can be viewed and purchased at Diviine ModesTee/Sweet Innocence Dresses AND if you purchase at least $100 from the Sweet Innocence Collection you will receive free shipping. Use the code freeshipping2008.

Thanks again to all who participated!


Monday, October 27, 2008

Skirt Giveaway! No, really!

As part of our celebration in launching our new modest dress line, Diviine ModesTee is participating in a blog giveaway. We are giving this skirt:
satin polka dot skirt

Skirt ONLY. This skirt is brand new to our collection. It is a high-sheen satin polkadot print in black and grey with a wide black band around the hem. It has a fitted waist and comes in women's sizes XS-XL.

To enter the giveaway simply post a comment to this article. Giveaway is sponsored by Bloggy Giveaways and Online Sweepstakes. Please include your email address in your comment. It's as simple as that! earn even more entries you can do the following (one additional entry per)
1. Subscribe to this blog.

2. Blog about this adorable skirt and link back to this post.

3. Email two people about this skirt and bcc me at

4. Fill out the form to the right and down a ways to Host a Fashion Show this Fall and submit.

You have from now until November 1 (that's only 5 days!) to post a comment and be entered in this giveaway. Don't worry if your comment doesn't appear right away...they have to go through moderation first. The winner will be randomly chosen and announced on this blog November 2nd.
The details: US residents only. Diviine ModesTee Fashion Consultants not qualified.

More great dresses can be found at our website: Diviine Modestee.

Modest Dresses Now Available

Well, the long-awaited time has arrived...our new dress line is officially launched. You can view and purchase these dresses by going to Sweet Innocence Dress Collection. These dresses are truly amazing. Not only are they modest fashion, but they are modest prices as well. My favorite is this one called the Audrey:

Ruching has such a flattering effect on just about any body type, and this dress really helps to hide and cover that faux-fetus I carry around on my midsection. I'd be thrilled to not have to need ruching, but as it is I am quite ecstatic that Diviine ModesTee has designed such a flattering, lovely dress for me to hide my belly flab in.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Check out the new Website!

Take a moment and go to Diviine ModesTee and check out our new website. Not only does it have a fresh new look for Fall, but you can preview some of our really amazing modest dresses. These dresses are available for pre-order October 20 and will ship by November 15. Just in time for your Holidays!

We also have Gift Certificates now available in increments of $20. If you have someone on your gift list this year but aren't sure what to give them, a Diviine ModesTee Gift Certificate is just the right thing.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

The Hunt for the Perfect Shoe

Not to stereotype, but like most gals, I love a good shoe. I love the summer for it's bright and breezy wedges and the fall/winter for boots. LOVE boots! During the summer, I purchased this Polka Dot Skirt and Red Bowtie Tee (below) from Diviine ModesTee and wanted some really awesome shoes to go with it.

Red Polka Dot skirt

I had my little heart set on red wedges. In the past I have had really good luck with purchasing shoes on eBay (NO! Not used!) so I decided to give that a try again. I bid and won these shoes:


I swearthey weren't 5 inches high on eBay! While they went really well with the outfit...bows and all...I was reminded a little too much of Dorothy on stilts. In fact, I wore these one day to the office and was soundly mocked and ridiculed. Probably because I could hardly walk.

So obviously these were not going to work. "I'll try eBay again", I thought, where I saw these absolutely adorable wedges.


Unique-looking and not quite so amazon-inducing. I Could not WAIT to get these shoes! When they finally came I was in heaven! So adorable! The next day I decide to wear my Polka Dot Skirt to work so that I can wear these shoes. I haul out these shoes and attempt to put them on. There I have a teensy problem.


Can you spot what doesn't belong? Oh, that's right! *slaps forehead* the buckles go on the OUTSIDE of the shoes! *sigh* (Insert a really good two-left-feet-joke right here)

But I just can't let eBay go. Third time's the charm, right? Right. Bid, won and received these:


Cute, wedges, unique, not made for two left feet...they were perfect! I've always prescribed to the theory that Beauty Hurts...the cuter the shoe, the more it's going to cause you pain and sorrow. Not these babies.

Next time I buy an outfit I'm going to make sure I already have shoes to go with it. This whole process took almost 6 weeks. Six weeks before I could wear the cute outfit because of the lack of proper, stylish footwear. And no, I did not get my money back for the defective shoes. I wanted to have them to blog about....duh!

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Diviine Dresses!

Recently I was able to assist the designer, the photographer and the models in our dress photo shoot. I have to say I had a blast! I really enjoy the artistic side of this job and although I was hired and actually do a different job in the company, I have always been artistic so it was really very fun to see this end of the business. The two models, Tori and Lauren, were amazing! Beautiful, natural, and so easy to work with. I enjoyed every minute I spent with them. They really made the dresses shine!

We have such an amazing line of dresses being introduced in less than a month. There will be a style and fit to flatter every body type, each one modest and yet chic and stylish. Be sure to watch our website Diviine Modestee for the launching of these dresses. Also for a 10% discount on your dress order online you can use the coupon code: "Sweet Innocence 2008" when you place your order.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Host a Fashion Show and Earn FREE Clothing!

There is no greater feeling than getting something for free. Or for very little. This is why sites such as Craigslist and eBay do so well. There is a certain "rush" so to speak in earning or winning a freebie. We are now offering a limited opportunity in several areas around the US to Host your Own Fashion Show and earn yourself free clothing.

It's simple: you invite everyone you know to your Open House style Fashion Show, we provide the Consultant and the samples. You earn free clothing based on your show's sales, so the more friends, neighbors, co-workers, whoever you invite the better your sales will be!

Check out to see what kind of items we sell and to read up a little bit more on hosting a show. Our products do well in Home Party Sales all across America and Canada. Even women not necessarily interested in modesty love our clothing and swimwear because simply put, they are absolutely adorable! Check it out and if you are interested in receiving more information on Hosting a Fashion Show fill out the little form down below on the right or simply email me at I'd be more than happy to send you some more information.

Spring 2008 Home show card

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Studio Five Appearance

Diviine ModesTee previewed one of it's dresses on Studio Five last week prior to the Women's Expo at UVU. If you'd like to see it click and read about it here:

Studio Five:

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

See us on TV!

Watch for a preview of some of our Fall Dresses on Studio Five tomorrow morning.  Diviine ModesTee will be represented by the owner, Chantelle and dresses will be modeled by Tamra, one of the Company's top selling Sales Consultants.  We are really excited for the launching of the new dress line, Sweet Innocence because the owner/designer is FABULOUSLY modern in her designs!  Can't wait!

Monday, September 1, 2008

Semi-Annual Warehouse Sale

In preparation for our Semi-Annual Warehouse Sale, Diviine ModesTee employee's were hard at work.  It took us about 48 hours to turn this:

the warehouse

Into this:
warehouse sale

In case you missed our fabulous clearance prices at our Warehouse Sale, you can still take advantage of up to 80% off modest clothing and swimwear. Just go to and click on "Clearance" in the lower right-hand corner. We had a very successful Warehouse Sale, so some of our sizes and styles are limited but there is still plenty to be had at a fabulous price.

Tattle on Yourself

This poem is untitled and apparently no author wanted to take credit for it, but regardless I really enjoyed it for both it's simplicity and it's message.

You tell on yourself by the friends you seek,
By the very manner in which you speak,
By the way you employ your leisure time,
By the use you make of dollar and dime.

You tell what you are by the things you wear,
By the spirit in which you burdens bear,
By the kind of things at which you laugh,
By the records you play on the phonograph.

You tell what you are by the way you walk,
By the things of which you delight to talk,
By the manner in which you bear defeat,
By so simple a thing as how you eat.

By the books you choose from the well-filled shelf:
In these ways and more, you tell on yourself.
— Author Unknown

Thursday, August 21, 2008

What's in Your Beach Bag?

With the start of the school year again, I have spent the last couple of days cleaning, reorganizing and emptying. I've cleaned the guest closet. I've reorganized the pantry. And I have emptied out and packed away the summer Beach Bag. As sad as I am to see summer leave and school start again, I got a real and genuine kick out of the memories that accompanied each item that came out of that beach bag. Keeping in mind that my daughter likes to be prepared for anything, likes to take her favorite toys along so they can experience "real" life and likes to save all kinds of "precious" things from where ever she's what I found:

1. Sunscreen 40 spf, with it's lid broken off when my teenage son threw it at his younger brother at a family reunion in Las Vegas.

2. White goops of 40 spf sunscreen that leaked all over because of said broken lid and angry brother.

3. Seven hair clips and rubber bands of various colors, several of which are sunscreen coated. Apparently my daughter must have her hair loose and free in the water so she can be a true Mermaid.

4. "Amy" the Webkinz koala who accompanied us to the local Rec Center swimming pool one day in August and who we were positive we had left behind. Now I don't have to fork out $16.95 so we can "adopt" Amy all over again.

5. A whole lot of sand from the Oregon Coast. In fact I wouldn't be surprised to see that one of my children still had some of this Oregon Coast sand either in an ear or up a nose.

6. A beach towel that smelled vaguely of rotting starfish and sunscreen.

7. Four smashed and melted Peanut Butter M&M's...the BEST candy ever! Smashed and melted but yes-siree they were good!

These are bits and pieces from the summer now in memory form: The name my son called his younger brother as he launched the sunscreen at his head. My daughters desire to adopt a starfish: "no honey, the starfish can't live in our bathtub in Utah!". Four solid weeks of sweltering and sweating on a recliner at the Rec Center pool for swim lessons, keeping a watchful eye so as not to miss giving the energetic Thumbs-Up for each and every dunk under the water. Memories that I really ought to scrapbook but which I blog instead.

So...what is essential in your swim or beach bag? Sunscreen? Extra towels? A swim skirt? Let me know by commenting below!

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Modesty is New? and Shocking? wha...?

According to an article in CNN todaythis article written by Eileen Putnam I should be shocked to see teens wearing modest clothing. In the article Eileen describes her daughter's choice of choosing a strapless dress topped with a white cardigan to attend a friends Bar Mitzvah.

Personally I don't think that the idea of topping a previously immodest strapless dress with a cardigan, shrug or jacket is anything new. This is what women who have wanted modesty have been doing for years. In fact I seem to remember wearing a lace "jacket" over my Gunnesax by Jessica McClintock Prom dress. But back to the point: it's not a new concept. Unless it IS a new style and I was just way to trendy for my time. I'm sure that framing it as "new" will help make it all the more "hip" to today's high-fashion followers. If the author had called it "old" or "stale" who would want to wear it?

The author also quotes Stephanie Meyerson from Stylesight, a company that "forecasts" fashion as saying:
Covered up can mean put-together (think "Gossip Girl") or disheveled (a bit of Mary-Kate-and-Ashley grunge meets Amy Winehouse). And even that look can have sexual connotations.

"It's the one-night-stand look," Meyerson said. As in the disheveled morning after, clothes with a slept-in feel."

I have to completely disagree that our teenagers, in their modest fashion choices will look either put-together or disheveled ala Mary Kate Olsen. The 'One-night-stand look'? Seriously? 'Sexual connotations'? Uhn-uh! Why is it that even modest fashions MUST have a sexual connotation to some people? Why can't modesty just simply be modest? That, I believe is in the eye and the mind of the beholder.

Besides the fact that if you are "shocked" by your daughters modest choice of clothing then I'm sorry but you have not been guiding her towards modesty. Not if her modesty "shocks" you. If you guide your daughter's (and son's) choices towards modesty from early on, you will not be shocked when they actually do choose modesty.

Yippee for all of us camisole, capsleeve-wearing high fashion women...we are finally right up there on the fashion scale with the Olsen Twins! Makes you just want to don your hole-y tights, big bug-eyed sunglasses and ratty scarf doesn't it?

Model Modesty for your Senior Pictures!

A daughter's Senior year can be a time of great stress or the best time of her life. Seniors get to participate in many activities that are geared towards only them, celebrating their successful leap from child to adult. Senior Prom, Senior Skip Day, Graduation and Senior Pictures are all part of the process of graduating High School...along with passing grades, of course! Senior pictures can cause both mother and daughter stress as they search together for the perfect outfits that will be immortalized in photo form forever. Often moms and daughters are at odds in determining clothing her daughter wears every day, but especially for Senior Pictures. Mothers of high school seniors are looking for the perfect outfits that advertise their daughter's style and sparkle but not her figure. With the following tips you can guide your daughter to being remembered for her uniqueness and beauty not her body.
Senior pictures are in the thoughts and minds of just about all Seniors nationwide right now. The "in the know" mothers realize that schools and yearbook companies do not wait until the end of the school year to ask for senior portrait submittal. Therefore Senior pictures are generally taken in the heat of the summer or the warmth of fall, which too easily allows for memorializing many senior girls' choices of immodest clothing. Yet modest clothing can be modern and hip enough for even the pickiest of teenagers if you know how to put a modest outfit together and where to look for modest clothing.
First, think of the latest layering trend. Hopefully this trend is here to stay, but unfortunately like most fashion trends it will phase out eventually. BUT...take advantage of it now! Camisoles, cap-sleeve shirts and long-length T-shirts have been around for a while and some have probably made it into your closet. This is a great start! Layering a colored camisole underneath what would normally be a too-short shirt, jacket or sweater not only gives modesty, but also adds texture and color to an outfit. Choose a lace-edged camisole and you've added even MORE texture. Some teens even put together outfits with several layers: two camisoles of different colors, one lace one plain, topped with a shirt and then a jacket or hoodie. This look gives color and variety to the waist area when all the different layers show.

Camisoles will also add interest and draw the eye upward to the face when used underneath a shirt or dress that may have a too-low neckline.
No wonder teenagers love the styles that layering provides and better yet, moms love the modesty. It's a win-win for both moms and daughters!
Cap-sleeve shirts are a quick fix to any sleeveless shirt or dress. So called babydoll style tops are in style this year, however many are sleeveless or have spagetti-straps. Throw a cap-sleeve tee underneath and you've created a modest ensemble that is colorful AND trendy. Just what your daughter wants. And maybe, hopefully...even you!
Second, think of skirt and shirt options. Skirts can be modest without bringing Grandma and her knee-hi stockings to mind. A knee-length skirt with a matching blouse or T-shirt is more modest than a dress of the same lenght. Many seasoned fashion-conscious women have realized that the dress that is knee-length when worn standing is only mid-thigh when sitting or bending over. A skirt and shirt combination changes this problem from being potentially immodest to being modest, adding versatility as well, since most skirts will have several shirts that match it, altering the look and the style. A skirt can go from semi-formal to semi-casual with the quick change of a satin blouse to a T-shirt and denim jacket. Plus many different looks in-between.
Of course you can find the styles mentioned at Diviine ModesTee, since this is Diviine ModesTees blog. Check out the store website since many of the items mentioned are on sale or even clearance. What could really be better than a clearance cami? Even better your daughter will make a statement in her Senior yearbook by being remembered for her style and hip fashion, not her sexuality. Of course, if she wants to be remembered for her sexuality then you've got a problem!

Fashion Consultant Opportunities

I really need to put a quick plug on here for our Diviine ModesTee Fashion Consultant business opportunities.  If interested, you can become a Fashion Consultant for Diviine ModesTee for a small investment initially of a clothing/swimsuit kit.  You are able to work on your own time, around family or another job...whatever!  You can work as much or as little as you want, it's entirely up to you.  

While the main purpose of this blog is not to advertise for Consultants I'd be very remiss if I did not at least mention it.  If you think this is something you  might be interested in learning more about fill out the little form below and to the right and hit "submit" or email me at and I will be thrilled to send you some more information.  Also check out Diviine Modestee to see our clothing, skirts and swimsuit lines.  

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Introducing Diviine ModesTee Company

Diviine ModesTee is a women's clothing company that is devoted to offering women modest clothing: swimsuits, dresses, skirts and shirts, even more!  But enough of that "official" stuff... Diviine ModesTee rocks!  While there may be many companies that specialize in modest clothing Diviine ModesTee's products are truly awesome.  Not only do the swimsuits fit the strict standard of modesty that the owner adheres to...the styles are to die for!  Such cute fabric styles on the swimsuits.  Adorable pattern designs for the skirts that flatter all body types.  Chic dresses that will make all your friends ask "where on EARTH did you get that gorgeous dress??"

OK, sure...I work at Diviine ModesTee so you might say "she's a little biased".  Or "a lot biased".  However I have not worked for Diviine ModesTee long enough that I haven't purchased and owned products from other modest companies.  I'll just say I am sold on Diviine ModesTee's products.
So...the blog.  This blog's intent is to chronicle Diviine ModesTee in it's growth and progress, to discuss modesty issues, swimsuits, clothing, fashion, and the retail and internet business.   You may see guest authors, announcements of sales, previews of upcoming merchandise, tips on tanning...who knows?!