I have really enjoyed reading the posts and looking at your pictures during this focus on modesty week. Titus 2:2-5 tells us to teach the young women good. What better way to teach than by example. Bill Gothard (Institute in Basic Life Principles) teaches that what a parent does in moderation, the child will do in excess. We must be careful not to let little things slide. For example, if we let a little cleavage show, our daughters may decide to let a lot show. As adults, or parents, we must constantly be on guard and keep the standard high. When I purchase an item of clothing, I spend some time in the dressing room (or at home) in front of the mirror making sure it's modest.
I bend over, making sure the neck is not gapping or showing off anything.
I sit down, facing the mirror, making sure you can not see up my skirt.
I make sure it's not too tight, showing off too many curves or pantylines (stepping forward a little helps to see this) or bralines.
I raise my arms making sure the top is not coming up showing anything or nothing can be seen through the arm holes.
Colossians 3:17 "And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him."