Don’t know what to wear on a first date?
Keep in mind – first impressions are important. Whether it is a shidduch or first date with someone who asked you out, we all try to make a good first impression and the clothes you choose to wear say a lot about you as a person. Today I’m going to share a few tips on how to make the best impression you can on a first date while still being modest.
When caught between trying to keep up with the ever changing fashion trends and striving to uphold a meaningful lifestyle, what are you supposed to do?
Sharon is a wife, mother of five children, [read more]
When I got married I was at the very beginning on my chazara be’teshuva (becoming religious) process. Unfortunately, although not too revealing, my wedding dress was not modest. Today I see lots of modest wedding dresses I’m sure I would love to wear even before I became religious.
Wedding dress is an integral part of the existence of the traditional wedding. White wedding dress symbolizes the purity of the woman brought to marriage with her husband intended. [read more]
In today’s modest fashion world, lots of modest religious women are upgrading fashionable items according to the laws of modesty, more and more religious fashionistas holds enviable modest wardrobe despite limitations.
There is a misconception about how modest religious women dress. People mistakenly think religious women have to wear layers on layers, 2 sizes up, and unfeminine outfits that were cut to meet the most strict modesty guidelines.
True, we cannot run around in pants, short skirts, or short sleeves, but to say we cannot be modest and fashion forward at the same time is a mistake.
In my opinion the modern orthodox women can look respectable, noble and fashionable.
I think it is much more attractive when there is something left to the imagination and modest dress in a way makes it more attractive.