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Jamie Grace is a two-time Grammy nominated artist, host of The Jamie Grace Podcast and author of "Finding Quiet." Diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome and Anxiety at a young age, she actively advocates for joy, wellness and mental health. Jamie Grace is a wife and mom in Phoenix, Arizona.

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  1. Thank you for this article & congratulations on your Grammy nominations! I am not a trend setter.
    Some would call me a “plain Jane.” I finally embraced my personal style of classy & simple after years of living in the shadow of my older sister. Reading your article is confirmation that it’s ok to be yourself in fashion. God’s blessing!

  2. I totally agree. If you love the way an outfit makes you feel, wear it with confidence. Exuding internal confidence makes you untouchable!

  3. You can be an ordinary person and people will critique the way you dress. I tell people that I dress to please myself and no one else. When I wear what I like and not what others think I should wear, I am confident; I am comfortable; and I shine.

  4. This should be required reading for all girls, young and seasoned. Thank you for sharing your story and, in doing so, reminding us of the importance of finding joy in simply being true to ourselves. 🤎

  5. Thank you for putting it all out there so eloquently. As one respondent said in short, “Do U.”

    I looked at your photo from 2012 and had to chuckle…You were beyond the time. There is absolutely nothing about your outfit that isn’t being done by the masses today, 2024. While it was a painful moment for you then, leaving you to “think” about what others had to say. I hope that when you look at that photo, you say to yourself, “I look gorgeous! And happy in that moment. Me and mom put it together!” and “STOP reading opinionated commentary. They don’t know me so why should their opinions matter to me.”

    Thank you again for sharing your story. A read for women of all ages.

  6. What a beautiful outfit! It is very stylish and you were really rocking it, all the way down to the boots. I am not sure why this outfit met the criteria for “worst dressed”. Everyone’s taste is different, I know, but I am sure there were other outfits that would have fit this category much more.

    Continue to hold your head high and keep your crown straight. You are the daughter of the Most High. You represent Him and your village well.

    God Bless you!

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