JINGER Duggar has gone against her family’s strict dress code by donning tight pants in a new video.
The reality star took to Instagram on Saturday to share highlights from her day out with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, and their two kids: Felicity, four, and Evangeline, two.
Instagram/ jingervuoloJinger Duggar defied her parents’ strict dress code by donning tight pants at during a family outing[/caption]
Instagram/duggarfamJinger’s parents Jim Bob and Michelle prefer women to dress modestly in long skirts and dresses[/caption]
In the video montage, the foursome enjoyed a sunny afternoon near their $850K home in Santa Clarita, California.
Jinger filmed herself pushing one of her daughters on the swing at the park while Jeremy, 35, watched the other on the jungle gym.
The Counting On alum wore a daring ensemble of tight black leggings, a red hoodie, and a light blue jacket – defying her parents Jim Bob and Michelle‘s preferred women’s attire of long skirts and dresses.
Her husband also went casual, sporting a pair of black Nike sweatpants and a gray hoodie.
The clip also captured their view of the ocean as they strolled on the beach and from the sidelines of a soccer match.
Jinger gushed in her caption: “Perfect family day! sun. soccer. sand.”
The 29-year-old often disregarded her family’s conservative guidelines, especially regarding her wardrobe.
Earlier this month, she wore a pair of super short shorts in a video of her packing for a trip to New York City.
She later showed off her form-fitting ensemble as she prepared for her live appearance on Tamron Hall‘s talk show.
The star opted for a smart-casual black look for the event and kept her long hair down with natural but glamorous makeup.
Most shockingly, however, was the fit of Jinger’s clothes, as they were body-hugging black pants with a belt cinched tightly at her waist.
Completing the look, she added a cropped sweater top, which revealed a glimpse of her toned stomach.
Jinger opened up about her feelings toward her parent’s rules in her new memoir Becoming Free Indeed, released in January.
Her parents follow the teachings of disgraced minister Bill Gothard, which Jinger described as “cult-like” after leaving the church in 2017.
Speaking to People, she said: “The teaching I grew up under was harmful, it was damaging, and there are lasting effects.”
Women are expected to have multiple children while the husband works long hours to “provide for the family.”
They are then forced to homeschool all their kids while taking care of the babies and possibly being pregnant with another.
Jinger is not the only member of the Duggar clan to distance herself from her family and these teachings.
Her sister Jill, 31, and cousin Amy, 36, have also been vocal about being against the practice.
INSTAGRAM/jingervuoloJinger went on the outing with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, and their two kids[/caption]
YouTubeJinger recently went against the dress code by sporting a body-hugging outfit during a TV appearance[/caption]
Instagram/jeremy_vuoloShe slammed her family’s rules in her new memoir, Becoming Free Indeed, where she called the teachings they follow ‘cult-like’[/caption]