My name is Mali Fenning and I created this site after going through an experience that caused me to question and appreciate my own personal identity. I spent four months dressing modestly, so I covered my hair and my arms and my legs daily. I have always been a Christian, but strict modest dress wasn't really something that was important to me or my family. However, when I was a sophomore in highschool I started to research a lot about modesty and I realized there was this common thread of modesty in the three Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Then I started to realize there was this HUGE community of modest fashion bloggers, Youtubers, and Instagrammers. It was amazing and intriguing. I noticed even some Christian women were covering their hair. I wanted to discover the true meaning behind modesty and to understand what it felt like to make the conscious decision to cover and to control who got to see certain parts of me. During those four months I did not crack the code or find the true meaning behind modesty rather I realized how important identity is. It was crazy how simply wearing a scarf over my head and not wearing leggings made me feel so trapped. I am still on a journey figuring out how modesty applies to my life, and I realize I don't know who exactly I am at all. I don't think any of these people I am interviewing are certain of who they are either. That's not the point. The point is that we are all struggling, searching, and creating images for ourselves. As we go through the motions of life I want to stop and take a few moments to get to know the people around me, and ask them how they find ways to make going through the motions more interesting or less complicated.