A Letter to the Woman Discovering Her Identity and Self-Worth // Nicole Caruso

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In today’s episode, I’m sharing my morning coffee with Nicole Caruso. Well, let’s be honest, it’s more like cup of coffee #3 because life with a two year old and a two month old involves very little sleep for me.

Today’s episode is the first episode I’ve recorded since welcoming our daughter, Ada Caeli, on March 30, and friends, it’s so good to be back! I can’t wait for even more conversations on the feminine genius with you this summer and beyond.

You might remember that Nicole was a guest on the Letters to Women podcast last July when she was still in the book-writing trenches and the Worthy of Wearing movement was just starting.

We’re sitting down again because Nicole’s new book, “Worthy of Wearing” was just published with Sophia Institute Press. Today, we’re talking about why it’s important that this new book features photos of real women wearing their own clothes, how it celebrates the beautiful diversity found in the feminine genius, and what modesty means for our daily lives as Catholic women. Yep, we’re tackling that ‘m’ word, and I think you’re going to love what Nicole has to share about the topic.

If you’re tired of one-size-fits-all advice when it comes to our wardrobes and modesty and you’re ready for a refreshing conversation and a mindset shift around the way we dress daily, sister, this letter is for you.

Topics we talked about in this episode:

  • What “Worthy of Wearing” means
  • Why it was important for Nicole to create a book that featured photos of real women wearing their own clothing
  • What Nicole’s journey of self-worth has looked like
  • How Nicole’s daughter inspired her to dress in a way that honors her own dignity and belovedness
  • What modesty means in our daily lives as Catholic women

Resources you should check out after listening to this episode:

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