JINGER Duggar wore tight ripped jeans at a baseball game going against her family's strict dress code.
The 27-year-old defied her parent's rules by wearing pants instead of conservative long skirts and dresses.
Jinger's husband Jeremy Vuolo, 33 captured a candid shot of the star sporting the distressed jeans while at an LA Dodger's game together.
The former athlete snuck in the shot of his wife smiling and laughing as she looked away from the camera.
The Counting On alum showed her support by rocking the team's colors in a white long sleeve turtleneck and a blue vest.
She let her brunette locks fall as they grazed just below her shoulders.
Jeremy shared the photo to his Instagram, captioning the post: "Smiles for miles" and tagging the Dodgers ahead of the postseason game.
The photo circulated on Reddit where some poked fun at her attire saying she dressed like a "grandma."
Others referenced her outfit to a Wal-Mart store employee with one writing: "Welcome to wal-mart!!!"
A third user thought the outfit resembled a girl scouts uniform commenting: "I had a vest like that when I did Girl Scouts."
Despite her modest top, her ripped jeans caught some attention as they are not the preferred dress wear according to her parent's dress code.
However, this is far from the first time Jinger has rebelled against the strict rules instilled by family patriarchs Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
DEFYING DRESS CODE
Earlier this month the former reality star wore a black sleeveless top and pants, as she posed cheekily towards the camera as her husband snapped a pic.
Jinger was standing in a car garage on a strip of carpet that looked like red carpet, so Jeremy added a GIF of a velvet rope opening to give the impression his wife was at an exclusive event.
The mom-of-two recently showed off her legs in denim shorts on an outing to Toluca Lake Pumpkin Festival with her daughters – Felicity, three, and Evangeline, ten months – and her in-laws.
The 19 Kids and Counting alum once again snubbed her parents’ strict rules on modesty by showing off her bare legs in a pair of jean short shorts and a figure-hugging striped tee.
Fans have shown concern for the ex TLC star lately as she's appeared to look thinner in photos.
'LOOKING REALLY THIN'
Last month, Jinger's followers grew worried for the star's well-being after she shared a series of photos of a golf outing with her husband.
She captioned the collection of photos from the day: “So, I went golfing today…for the first time (mini doesn’t count). So. Fun. And a fun date 😉”
Fans shared their concern for Jinger's health on Reddit after noticing she's "looking really thin."
One worried user wrote: "Her eyes just look sunken in and her face looks frail. I wish and hope she gets the help she truly needs!"
Another said: "I know some people are naturally thin, even after having a baby, but Im very concerned given her history."
The couple welcomed their second child, Evangeline, less than a year ago.
The pair's social media posts have also caused chatter around Jinger's appearance with some saying she doesn't look like herself.
Back in August, Jinger shared a photo of her and Jeremy huddled close for the camera while out on the town.
The couple both smiled softly for the snap while sporting casual attire – Jeremy wore a black t-shirt and a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap, while Jinger donned a black buttoned up tee with her hair pulled back into a bun.
However, fans noticed the somber expression on Jinger's face and questioned her mood in the comments.
One user wrote: "Why does Jinger look so very sad?," while another defended the TV star's appearance suggesting she is "tired."
But others were in agreement that the pair looked less upbeat than they usually show on social media, with one writing: "You two don't look too happy."
Another claimed to "see sadness in your eyes" referencing Jinger's melancholy look.
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