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BYU student chided for outfit becomes model for modest clothing company

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PROVO -- The BYU student who got a mean note on Valentines Day about the length of her skirt will get the last laugh. A photo of Brittany Molina in the criticized outfit and next to the note went viral last week, spurring discussion about modesty.

All the attention has landed her an endorsement and modeling job for Chris and Kate's, a Utah based clothing company that specializes in modest attire.

"She looked darling and we thought what she was wearing was cute and we couldn't believe anyone would have that kind of reaction to what she was wearing," said Cristin Pulsipher, owner of the establishment.

Cris and Kate's makes modest skirts and skirt extenders and they think Molina is a perfect spokeswoman. This week, the company will start making skirts named for Brittany Molina.

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