Jinger & Her Brothers Break A MAJOR Duggar Rule

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Oct. 1 2018, Updated 3:57 p.m. ET

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Jinger Duggar is encouraging her siblings to break away from the Duggar rulebook! When the Duggar daughter’s brothers visited her in Texas this week, the Counting On star influenced her younger siblings to break a major Duggar rule.

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As Counting On fans know, the Duggar family loves a good thrift store find. With 19 kids to take care of, Jim Bob and Michelle had to spend smartly.

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On a recent episode, couples Jess and Ben, Kendra and Joseph, and Lauren and Josiah picked out date night outfits for each other—and of course, everything was bought at a thrift shop.

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But when Jinger’s brothers came to town, the Duggar daughter decided her sibs needed to treat themselves. The new mom snapped a selfie with her bros, and they were carrying shopping bags from—wait for it—Old Navy!

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She also posted this pic of her brothers walking in front of an H&M. Did the boys splurge there, too?

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Fans were super excited to see the Duggar kids, who also met their new niece Felicity during the visit, daring to buy themselves something new. “Nice to see you’re treating yourself to new things instead of thrift buys,” one fan wrote. “Choices were made for you growing up, and now you can make your own.”

What do you think of Jinger and her brothers going shopping at brand name stores? Sound off in the comments below!


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