In Exodus 28 God gives Moses the intricate design details of the garments for Mose's brother, Aaron, who was to be the high priest of the children of Israel. I find it fascinating that God not only wanted these holy garments to be for great honor, but He wanted them to be beautiful.
John and Stasi Eldridge in their book, Captivating write that Eve was the crowning touch of God's creation. When God created woman, He created her beautiful. In creating Eve, He was unveiling part of the beauty of Who He is. We too, you and I and every woman God has created, are a reflection of His beauty. This wonderful Creator, also wants to clothe His beautiful creation. In Proverbs 31:25, it says that a virtuous woman is clothed in strength and honor. For every woman hanging her head, feeling ugly, defeated, and worthless, there's a God in heaven reaching down right now to cup your chin in His great hand and to lift your head. He's saying, "Don't live as anything less than my crowning, prized, beloved, beautiful creation. You bear the very stamp of My beauty within you. Don't treat yourself dishonorably, because I have clothed you with My strength and My honor."
Beauty and honor. God intended them to go together from the very beginning. He intended them for us.