A mom and her three grown daughters write this blog about Christian womanhood. They occasionally publish an article about dressing modestly, and the archives of these articles are a wealth of well-written resources for someone wanting to learn more about modesty from a Biblical perspective.
This blog is written by a personal friend of the Fashion Belle editor. The author is a busy mom and does not update often, but the articles in her archives are brilliant. She was brought up with missionary parents in a tribal region of Brazil where clothing was scarce and then moved with her husband to the Middle East for several years. This is excellent reading, especially for a perspective on Christians living among Muslims and learning to adapt style of dress so as not to offend.
Since 2004, former fashion model Jennifer Loch has worked in the field of modest clothing, beginning with an online magazine and then expanding into multiple advertising websites and her own modest clothing distribution company. Her magazine site, targeted to LDS readers, includes many categories in addition to modest clothing and is updated occasionally.
This blog, with the theme, "Clothing That Leaves Something to the Imagination," shares the latest news about modest clothing resources for a general audience as well as occasional resources targeted to Jewish readers.
This is the official blog for the Vintage Hem clothing company, a manufacturer of slips with decorative hems intended to show underneath skirts to help lengthen garments. The blog's title is, "Vintage Hem, Say It With a Slip, Musings and News of the Gals at Vintage Hem."