JESSA Duggar showed off her long legs in a short jean skirt as the reality star broke from her family's strict dress code.
Jessa, 28, shared snapshots from her attendance at the G3 Ministries event on Instagram.
The Counting On alum showed off her casual and chic fashion sense at the conference.
The ex reality star chose to wear a gray sweater and a skirt cut just above her knees.
In one of the snaps, Jessa let her long brunette hair loose and showed off her long legs as she posed next to her sister Jana, 31.
Jana, however, seemed to be more business-like with her black pants and plaid blazer.
In another snap, Jessa wore a lovely dress and sweater jacket while teasing her long legs.
She wrote: "What a wonderful lineup of speakers at this year’s G3 conference!"
Though Jessawas "sad" that the event was "over," she was "already looking forward to 2023."
Jessa and her husband, Ben Seewald, share four kids: sons Spurgeon, five, and Henry, four, and daughters Ivy, two, and Fern, two months.
THE STRICT RULES
The strict rules that patriarch Jim Bob, 55, and matriarch Michelle, 54, have established are part of their conservative Christian lifestyle.
Among the rules, the women in their families are urged not to show their arms or legs, or wear revealing styles.
Jessa has continuously deviated from her family's Christian rules by wearing more revealing clothing, drinking, and sending their children to public school.
At the end of September, the TV personality posed with her hubby and kids to promote a new giveaway that she was holding.
The promotion was a chance to win goodies from a person's “favorite local coffee shop,”
In the snap, the mother of four wore a pair of tight black pants, instead of her usual long skirts.
Jessa also allowed her son Spurgeon to wear a pair of ripped jeans.
Her other son wore a pair of overalls, and her eldest daughter had on a dress with long leggings underneath.
Following his wife’s lead, Ben tried on a pair of dark wash jeans, along with white sneakers and a black long-sleeved shirt.
She told fans: “We’d love to give you a taste of our favorite local coffee shop, and what better way to do that than a giveaway.”
Back in August, Jessa allowed her two young sons to dance at a family wedding.
Jessa'sfamily reportedly avoid modern music because they claim the melody "promotes” sex and promiscuity.
Even Ben shared a video of himself dancing with Ivy.
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