Jinger Duggar defies dad Jim Bob's strict dress code as she shows off her long legs in denim short shorts at LA fair

JINGER Duggar has defied her dad Jim Bob's strict dress code as she has shown off her long legs in denim short shorts at a Los Angeles fair.

She broke free from her father's modesty rules as she let loose at the LA County Fair with her husband Jeremy and some friends.

Jinger, 28, posed for a photo beside some friends.

She wore a high neck, plain white t-shirt and paired it with light jean shorts that were ripped and frayed at the ends.

Jinger sported comfortable tennis shoes with hot pink laces and wore her hair pulled back to escape the heat from the intense sun.

The star smiled for a photo beside two friends and her husband as they stood on a patch of sand in front of two tents.

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Jinger re-shared the photo Jeremy had posted on his Instagram Story as he had captioned it: "Showtime."


Jinger has been breaking free of her family's dress code and showing off her thin legs quite frequetly.

The former Counting On star was also spotted in short black shorts and short-sleeve black shirt as she and Jeremy climbed the famed Calabasas stairs outside Los Angeles, where he had just completed his Master’s of Divinity degree at the Master’s Seminary.

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She captioned the pictures: "For Jer’s graduation, his parents gifted us with a night away and kept the girls for the day.

"We had dinner @moonshadows_malibu walked along the pier, climbed the Calabasas stairs, and relaxed after a busy few weeks."

Indeed it has been a busy period for the couple, as Jeremy finished his degree.

And each step of the way, Jinger defied family rules and customs, showing off skin.


At Jeremy's graduation earlier this week, she flaunted her long legs in a sexy dress heels.

In a photo from the event, the ex-reality star placed her hands on his chest as he wrapped his arms around her black blazer.

In photos exclusively obtained by The Sun, Jinger continued to defy her family’s strict dress code as she glammed up in the stunning red floral dress.

She paired the outfit with nude heels and styled her hair straight.

Jinger was pictured alongside her husband and their two daughters, and his parents, Charles and Diana Vuolo.

Jeremy looked dapper as he dressed up in a charcoal suit and a black tie.


While flaunting her long legs in her various outfits, Jinger has broken one of the strict family rules that her patriarch and matriarch have enforced for their Christian lifestyle.

The Duggar family observed a strict dress code that usually only permitted women to dress modestly and to wear dresses.

One of these inflexible rules included not allowing women to display their legs or dress in a revealing manner.

The Duggar children have also been homeschooled and grew up with limited access to entertainment and television.

The family patriarch Jim Bob, 56, and matriarch Michelle, 55, have stuck to these strict rules for their Christian lifestyle, but the TV personality has continued to rebel against them.

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The Duggar family is going through a tough time after Jinger’s brother Josh Duggar, 34, was found guilty on child pornography charges last December.

He faces sentencing on May 25.

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