Common Sense Media says

Christian-oriented fashion site promotes style and modesty.

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Kid, 12 years old December 6, 2010

Safe site for girls interested in fashion

This is an awesome website for girls who are interested in fashion, and dressing modestly. Though targeted toword teens, middle schoolers can enjoy other girls style sense. Other important issues come up, such as fitness, skin care, eating well etc. Pros: positive self image, user content, great style ideas. Cons: it's really all about buying clothes. Every outfit page features the separate clothing items used in the outfit, showing the store from which it was bought and the price. Most of the outfits cost well over $100. The site design itself is a-okay. The comments are clean and free of profanity. But overall, the message that being modest is #1 outweighs the rest.
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Parent of a 13, 15, and 17 year old Written byparents4lyfe November 10, 2011

Great!

This is very nice. Go Christians! (: My daughters know have a site to look at for age-appropriate clothing!
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Kid, 12 years old October 14, 2010
Teen, 13 years old Written byKatherineLovesJake August 13, 2010
Parent of a 2, 4, 5, 9, and 11 year old Written byJaciesSix May 19, 2010

Great for tween fashionistas

looked at it with my 11 year old and she's really excited to be a member and check out the outfits and add in her two cents!
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Kid, 12 years old December 29, 2009

Its great for tween and teen girls! Its that time when you need something like cuz of whats going on around these ages.

This is one of my favorite websites! You kinda learn whats cute and really "In" but modest! You can get points for answering ?'s and loging on to it! When you get about 30 points you can get a gift card they send it to you and you kinda get it free!!!! This is really cool cheak it out!!!!
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Kid, 10 years old September 4, 2010

Cool!

How is it "Christian oriented"? I didn't see anyone mention that once! This is a GREAT website!
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Parent of a 12 year old Written bylupe96 January 16, 2010
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Kid, 11 years old January 1, 2010

THANK YOU DARLING

it was a very good thing about fashion how do you do it?
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Teen, 13 years old Written byAmyHayley December 29, 2009

THANK YOU

Yeah, I love this website, cause my parents are really strict, so here I can actually find something that looks cool without looking well...you know.
Kid, 12 years old December 16, 2009

Perfect for tweens and teens.

This website is helping girls understand that you can be modest, pretty and cool.The only thing I did not like is the lack of African-american models.
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Teen, 13 years old Written byiiKxFxN December 14, 2009

lol

it ok i mean it cpould pass :]
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Teen, 14 years old Written byMetropolisforever December 11, 2009

What Would Jesus Wear?

Sorry, I couldn't resist. But, in all seriousness, "Suddenly Darling" is probably the most wholesome, squeaky-clean "fashion and style" website around. While the site has lots of "omg! that hair is, like, so totally cute!"-type content, it always encourages young girls to be modest and never objectify themselves. The "Christian" stuff is pretty forced and unnecessary, however. The site would have been more appealing if it didn't try to incorporate religion into fashion. Still, the messages on this site apply to anyone, regardless of religion. The site teaches self-esteem, modesty, and self-respect - which, yet again, transcend religion and apply to everyone equally. As with any fashion site, numerous products and brands are promoted. But, since it would be literally impossible to make a fashion site WITHOUT the promotion of certain brands and products, this is acceptable. The site offers fashion advice for girls of all different colors, heights, sizes, and hair types. It never makes anyone feel "inferior" because of their physical appearance. Yes, it's superficial, but it's never nasty. Overall, it's a sweet, fun, wholesome site that young girls can enjoy and parents can feel completely comfortable with.
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Too much consumerism
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