Canvas is a casual clothing brand launched by Lands' End in 2009 that is still basic, yet more fashion-oriented than the parent company's main label. The woven shirts category contains an occasional modest style with feminine detailing.
This online store offers knit layering pieces in a rainbow of colors from Kiki Riki, Jacomino and Linda Leal. Sleeves range from sleeveless to wrist length. Layering styles include cropped midriff and regular length tops, bodysuits, dresses and skirt extender slips. The company advises U.S. customers to order one size larger than normal in the Kiki Riki brand to fit with the European sizing of that label.
This powerful commerce website makes shopping easy. Long skirts are plentiful, and with some searching through other categories, modest and unique styling may be occasionally found, making this retailer a resource for the trendy shopper.
A handful of skirts and tops for women are custom made by this family business. Most of the styles offered, however, are in girls' sizes 3 to 16. More categories of clothing are offered for girls than for women, including dresses, nightgowns and school uniforms.
From the same adorable pattern, this family business has produced several hundred girls' dresses since 2005. The Fashion Belle site is focused on women's apparel, but this exceptional resource for girls' dresses deserves a mention. The girls' sizes 3 to 12 fit up to a 30" chest circumference, which may overlap some junior or petite women's sizes.
This company specializes in maternity and nursing clothing but has also branched out with a few non-maternity women's and girls' items. A generously-sized nursing cover in a variety of pretty printed fabrics completes the collection. The company also blogs regularly at The Modest Mom.
Add sleeves and shoulder coverage to formal dresses with affordable boleros in many styles and colors from Amazon. One bride we know asked her bridesmaids to each choose their own dress in the same color to wear underneath matching boleros for a coordinated yet custom effect.