JINGER Duggar strayed from Duggar fashion rules, wearing a sexy pair of tight pants with high heels as she celebrated Mother’s Day.
The mom of two ditched Duggar modesty rules, stepping out in Los Angeles in a pair of tight tan pants and high heels.
She topped the look off with a form fitting shirt and blazer.
Jinger snubbed mom Michelle Duggar on the special day, focusing on her own family.
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Husband Jeremy was spotted by her side, dressed to the nines.
The former professional soccer star wore a blue blazer, striped blue shirt and tan pants.
He paired the dressed up look with a pair of white sneakers.
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Fans have been complimentary of Jinger as she finds her fashion sense.
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Earlier this month, the ex TLC star and her former soccer star husband took a trip to Valencia, California.
During the trip, the couple hit the golf course, with Jinger showing off her arms and legs in a sleeveless pink floral shirt and a black short skirt.
She topped off the look with a white baseball hat.
Jeremy drove the golf cart during the outing.
Jinger shared a video from the outing, standing with her eye on the ball as she got ready to take a shot.
Her outfit during the outing was head-turning to some fans, as it was a far cry from the kinds of outfits allowed in dad Jim Bob Duggar’s house.
One of these rules includes not allowing women to show 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.
Although fans love seeing Jinger develop her own fashion sense, she does occasionally face criticism.
The 19 Kids and Counting alum has been based for her kitchen skills as of late.
On Friday, Jinger shared a video of herself cooking dinner for her family.
She captioned the post: “Rigatoni is on the menu for tonight.”
In the clip, she was seen stirring ground meat while pasta boiled on a nearby burner.
The Counting On alum went from stirring the meat to swirling the pasta in the pot, which left fans concerned – and grossed out.
One commenter wrote: “I would say don’t use the utensil you use for the meat to stir the noodles.”
Another concerned social media user wrote: “And then put the raw meat spatula in the pasta water?”
Social media fans had more issues than just Jinger’s utensil use.
One critic said: “Where’s the sauce?!”
Another wrote: “It’s Cinco de Mayo… pasta? Lol!”