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Dainty Jewell's owner Charity Jewel Still stands with a selection of her handmade dresses in her room where she works to produce the clothes for her online store Monday, April 4, 2011.    (Justin Falls/The Daily Reflector)
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Dainty Jewell's owner Charity Jewel Still stands with a selection of her handmade dresses in her room where she works to produce the clothes for her online store Monday, April 4, 2011. (Justin Falls/The Daily Reflector)

Teen's modest designs a hit

By K.J. Williams

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WINTERVILLE — Bridesmaids dresses that are modern but designed for the more modest wedding attendant are keeping an 18-year-old Christian designer busy.

Charity Still, creator of Dainty Jewell's, a Web-based dress design business, said she started her line of clothing after people complimented her on her feminine and demure designs and suggested she begin selling them.


At church revivals nationwide where her father, William, preaches, and the rest of the family sings and plays music, Still got her start by setting up a booth last summer and taking orders. Her style icon is a woman celebrated for her refinement.

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