The models in the show wore layers, longer skirts, tunics, cardigans, etc. in spring colors like yellow, orange and pink to demonstrate that women could cover themselves and still look nice or “in fashion.”Respect for yourself and for your spouse or your future spouse was repeated over and over during the event. The sentiment of respect for oneself was shared by those in attendance.”I think it is important for young girls to learn how they should dress according to the Word, as opposed what they see on TV,” said Vanessia Fragmin, a guest at the event.
Fragmin was there with the AWANA Bible group and youth group from Fite Memorial Baptist Church.She said there are too many bad role models on television who flaunt how girls are supposed to look, even when girls should not dress that way.”You can still be sexy, pretty and attractive and still dress modestly, according to what God wants,” Fragmin said.
Two grade school girls in attendance, Kymberle Sheets, fourth grade, and Michaela Brady, fifth grade, said knowing how to dress is important.”You should know how to dress nice,” Sheets said.”I think this is important because some girls out there dress inappropriately, and I think it’s nice to find out how to dress,” Brady said.