Or passed on a skirt that might have been good for me “if only it was a little longer”.
As a tall family, that is a constant battle.
I knew genius the moment I discovered Make Me Modest.
A mother and daughter team designed and created these amazing little numbers, which are thin and lightweight in the top portion, then add length in a great variety of colors and styles.
They’ve even got some new things working, like sleeve extenders!
Make Me Modest sent me an extender to review, made to my specifications. They were amazingly helpful and patient in figuring out how to accommodate all of my various questions and special requests.
The extender is amazing! The design is clever, the workmanship is excellent… Even the packaging was a treat to receive.
I did decide, after trying it on, that I had picked entirely the wrong extender for the skirt I wanted to extend. Ah, well. I’m definitely ordering a different one, and one for Jewel as well!
The good news for you is that I’m going to give away the extender I received!
Sadly, the lovely packaging is gone, but you will receive a like-new (tried on but never worn or washed), white, Eliza style extender, Size XL, made extra long to 36″, with extra coverage upwards (to account for a slit or kick-pleats in your skirt).
I received the above-referenced product free from Make Me Modest for the purpose of a possible review on this blog. I will ship the prize directly to the winner at my own expense.
Winner will be contacted by email. If they do not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen.
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