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Jinger Duggar Stuns in a Skintight Tank Top and Ripped Jeans

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Jinger Duggar has ditched her conservative days and now turns heads in a skintight tank top and ripped jeans, just months after comparing her family’s ultra-strict religious beliefs to a ‘cult’.

The 29-year-old showed some skin in her laid-back look that featured distressed jeans and a form-fitting tank top, having said she thought she’d be “killed” if she wore anything more than a dress or skirt. above.

Jinger was photographed sitting pretty in the snap posted on instagram by her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, 35, where she flashed a smile for the camera while wearing a brown tank top and light washed denim jeans.

The 19 Kids and Counting alum welcomed summer with a rebellious look by letting her blonde locks fall to the side and tossing a pair of black shadows over her head as she showed she was leaving her traditional days behind.

Jinger Duggar has ditched her conservative days and now turns heads in a skintight tank top and ripped jeans, months after comparing her family’s religious beliefs to a “cult.”

The 29-year-old changed into faded jeans and a tight tank top, having said she thought the

The 29-year-old donned faded jeans and a skintight tank top, having said she thought she would be “killed” if she wore anything more than a dress or skirt growing up.

Jinger was pictured sitting pretty in the snapshot posted to Instagram by her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, 35, where she flashed a smile for the camera.

Jinger was pictured sitting pretty in the snapshot posted to Instagram by her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, 35, where she flashed a smile for the camera.

A “cult” childhood: The strict beliefs Jinger had to follow growing up

  • Abstinence
  • They cannot have intimate relations before marriage.
  • No use of contraceptives
  • Must not show legs or dress revealingly.
  • They can’t read romance novels.
  • They must be accompanied by a chaperone during an appointment with an important person
  • They can’t get their own social media accounts
  • I can’t wear pants
  • no tattoos
  • No body piercing
  • No alcohol
  • They monitor their children’s television
  • No hugs from the front
  • They are home schooled and home school their own children.
  • Not holding hands before marriage
  • Your texts are monitored

The photo was captioned: ‘Summer, summer, summer.’

The former TLC star’s look comes months after she revealed she thought wearing anything other than a dress would make God “so disappointed” in breaking the rules that it would “hurt” him.

She laid bare the lasting trauma of her incredibly strict upbringing, revealing that she was left ‘paralyzed with anxiety’ and ‘terrified of the outside world’ as a result of the rigid ‘cult-like’ rules she was forced to follow as a child in an interview with People.

Jinger was raised by her parents Jim Bob, 57, and Michelle Duggar, 56, who were devoted followers of the Institute for Basic Life Principles, which is a denominational Christian organization that acts as an umbrella organization for other ministries and was established by a rejected minister. Bill Gothard.

Jinger noted that Gothard’s teachings were “based on fear and superstition” and left her questioning what God really wanted of her, leading her to believe that she would be “harmed” if she deviated from the rules or made a mistake.

The 29-year-old explained that growing up under rules that told her she had to wear a dress no matter what the occasion left her scared of making a mistake.

‘I thought I had to wear only skirts and dresses to please God. Drum music, places I went, or the wrong friendships could cause harm,” Jinger told People.

She revealed that she believed she would be “killed” if she did not consistently follow the IBLP rules.

Jinger added that the strict instructions included in the teachings, which have followers avoid dancing, kissing, hugging, holding hands, to name a few, left her “paralyzed with anxiety” and “terrified of the outside world.”

The former TLC star's look comes months after she revealed that she thought wearing something other than a dress would make God be

The former TLC star’s look comes months after she revealed she thought wearing anything other than a dress would make God “so disappointed” for breaking the rules.

The 29-year-old explained that growing up under rules that told her she had to wear a dress no matter what the occasion left her scared of making a mistake.

The 29-year-old explained that growing up under rules that told her she had to wear a dress no matter what the occasion left her scared of making a mistake.

He revealed that he believed the

She revealed that she believed she would be “killed” if she did not consistently follow the IBLP rules.

The 29-year-old hinted that her parents were not okay with her new found freedom, saying she “understands” that they are on their “journey” and she is on hers and they may come to “different conclusions”, after recounting the instance. when he told them he would wear pants.

And Jinger isn’t the first Duggar to go against his family’s beliefs and switch to pants.

In their 2014 memoir Growing Up Duggar, authors Jill, Jinger, Jessa, and Jana Duggar explained the mindset behind their family’s dress code.

“It’s okay to enhance or accentuate whatever beauty God has given us, but we try to be careful not to wear clothing that is too tight and draw attention to itself in the wrong places,” they wrote.

‘But this doesn’t mean we go out dressing scruffy or trying to look shapeless. Clothes can be cute, modern and stylish, and still be completely modest.’

Since then, women have reassessed their stance on clothing, and nearly all of the daughters have decided that it is now acceptable to wear pants.

Joy-Anna has also commented on her outfit changes.

And Jinger isn't the first Duggar to go against his family's beliefs and switch to pants.

And Jinger isn’t the first Duggar to go against his family’s beliefs and switch to pants.

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In their 2014 memoir Growing Up Duggar, authors Jill, Jinger, Jessa, and Jana Duggar explained the mindset behind their family’s dress code.

Joy-Anna said: “I try to be modest in my pants, like wearing pants, and not things that are too tight or too short.”

Jinger’s rebellious look comes a month after her family’s dirt was aired in a documentary about her sensational fall from grace.

Amazon Prime’s explosive docuseries about the family, titled Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets, saw Jill claiming that her father tricked her into signing a contract that forced her to continue filming against her will, and that she was not given no choice but to record on video. her the birth of her child even though she told the production team that she was not comfortable with it.

The docuseries also revealed shocking allegations about Josh Duggar, who was arrested on child pornography charges in 2021.

According to Jill, who spoke in Amazon Prime’s explosive upcoming docuseries about the family, Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets, when news of Josh’s alleged abuse broke in 2015, her father’s main focus was protecting the family. family. reputation – instead of the victims.

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