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Jinger Duggar's Little Black Dress & Strappy Heels Are Giving Us Life

Old-eagle

Oct. 08, 2019

Hot mama! Jinger (Duggar) Vuolo is getting her fashion groove on, and sported a little black dress at a wedding over the weekend. Not only that, she also wore some strappy heels that never would have been allowed in her closet when she lived at home with her parents.
The dress is definitely short enough to make her mama blush, and those leopard-print strappy sandals are giving us life.
Jinger just captioned the sweet family photo with husband Jeremy Vuolo and their daughter Felicity, "I love Autumn weddings," along with a smiley face. Reality worlds actually collided, as the Counting On couple attended the wedding of American Idol stars Gabby Barrett and Cade Foehner. Jeremy even officiated the wedding!
Fans couldn't stop gushing about how great Jinger looks!
She definitely looks different than she did growing up, when it was exclusively long denim skirts and ballet flats. Mama Michelle Duggar made a rule that girls were to wear skirts or dresses as a sign of femininity, which she talked about in a now-deleted blog post in 2008.
This dress is pretty modest by most people's standards, but we're pretty sure we see some knee there!
We aren't the only ones loving those shoes either.
Jinger has definitely made strappy heels her go-to footwear for formal events. Over the summer she paired a bright pink pair with some white pants for a movie premiere and looked gorgeous.
Good for Jinge, breaking away from her ultra conservative and strict upbringing.
We love that she's managed to break away from fundamentalism, and is living her best life in Los Angeles with her adorable little family. While we highly doubt we'll be seeing any bikini pics anytime soon (as in, never), we love each time we see her breaking away from the family dress code.
What can we say? We love a rebel.
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