Dressing with Dignity

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TAN Books, Jul 9, 2005 - Religion - 152 pages

In this ground-breaking book, Colleen Hammond challenges today's fashions and provides you the information you need to protect yourself and your loved ones from the onslaught of tasteless, immodest clothing. Colleen Hammond shares real-life examples of how women can accentuate the grace and beauty of their femininity, and she shows that modest definitely does not mean frumpy! 

DRESSING WITH DIGNITY covers it all . . . The history and forces behind the changes in fashion. How to talk to teenagers about the privilege of femininity so they will want to dress with dignity. How to awaken chivalry in men and be treated with respect. How to regain and teach the lost charm of interior and exterior femininity! How to dress in an attractive, dignified, classy manner! Specific documents about manners of dress from the Magisterium, the Popes and the Saints. Comprehensive guidelines for choosing tasteful attire. Resources on where to find beautiful, modest clothing. And much, much more!


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User Review  - maryanntherese - LibraryThing

A must-read for every Catholic concerned about the virtue of modesty. Read full review

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My views are not completely in line with hers, but still an excellent presentation on the roles of modesty and femininity in the life of a Christian woman. Read full review


A Return to Reverence and Respect
Corruption of Fashions
Return to Femininity
Outfit Guidelines
Addresses of Websites
Notification Regarding Mens Dress Worn by Women

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About the author (2005)

Colleen Hammond originally lived the American Dream as an actress, model, and network anchor for The Weather Channel before reverting to her Catholic faith and becoming a mother. She is now an award-winning writer, radio and television host, and educator. She currently hosts the "St. Joseph Radio Presents" program on WEWN, and encourages thousands of people to live out their Catholic faith daily. Mrs. Hammond is also a frequent speaker at conferences and retreats, addressing topics such as marriage and Catholic virtue. She resides with her husband and four children in North Texas. 

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