Holy smokes! Jinger Duggar Vuolo is smokin' in holey jeans. Yes, you read that right. The "Counting On" reality TV show star's husband Jeremy Vuolo shared an Instagram of his wife in pants. And not just any slacks -- Jinger wore tight ripped skinny jeans! So what's the big deal about tight pants? Quite a lot if you're a daughter in the "19 Kids and Counting" Duggar Family. What will Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar have to say about this?

Duggars preach modesty

Modesty is the keyword among the Duggars of "19 Kids and Counting." After eldest son Josh Duggar got that show canceled with some very immodest pedophilia, sister molestation, and adultery, the Duggar family returned in "Counting On." Folks saw changes in their Biblical simplicity.

Jana Duggar, Jill Duggar Dillard, Jessa Duggar Seewald, and Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth wear makeup, style their hair, and wear snug, short skirts. They still preach modesty but practice a beta 2.0 version.

Jinger Duggar sheds holy dress for holey jeans

The celebrity daughter of "19 Kids and Counting" has been doing things her own way. She shunned the Duggars' dad's courtship rules by snuggling and full frontal hugging. She's the only married sibling not to procreate immediately. Since her marriage to Pastor Vuolo, Jinger has shed her Puritanical denim dress for pants and shorts. Jeremy Vuolo's latest Instagram shocked "Counting On" fans by flaunting his wife in hipster skinny jeans with rips in them.

Duggar modesty defies definition

Duggar family modesty seems to be fluid (critics would say hypocritical). "Counting On" followers have wondered why Michelle Duggar is so strict on dresses but encourages her girls to doll up to the max. She urges them to weight loss, not just to avoid obesity, but to be attractive to men. Even the dresses of "19 Kids and Counting" have lower necklines and higher hems.

Gone are the regulation homeschooling denim maxi skirts and dresses. Jessa Duggar Seewald preaches Godly dress, yet dresses up like a Victoria's Secret model and wears seductive, curve-revealing dresses.

Duggar dress code part of the general hypocrisy?

The Duggars have been accused of making up rules as they go and binding others to moral codes they don't follow.

They eschew TV yet have two reality television shows. They tell others to live simply and then spend lavishly. Jill Duggar is worth almost a million dollars yet her husband Derick Dillard allegedly begged for money in a charity scam. The "Counting On" clan blamed everyone -- including Anna Duggar -- for Josh Duggar's scandalous behavior while working to get transgender, gay, and lesbian residents out of the community. TLC critics say the "19 Kids and Counting" Celebrities have more to worry about than whether a girl sports pants.