Dev - Articles of Clothing: Spiritual style

Documenting women in Israel and their knack for looking fantastic, no matter what the occasion.

By DEV
December 25, 2012 15:05
Jaffa Gate via the Ben Hinnom Valley

Jaffa Gate via the Ben Hinnom Valley. (photo credit: ESTI KELLER)

 
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The clothing a woman wears is a subject that is taken rather seriously among the religious Jewish community, but there is nothing in the Torah that says a woman should look frumpy.

Conservative attire, meaning long sleeves, skirts and head-coverings are a style norm for these modest maidens, but covering up doesn’t have to mean wearing an unflattering sac. Many observant women take pride in looking beautiful inside and ou



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