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Sunday, September 27, 2020
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Shabbos Robes and Maxi Dresses Meet on Social Media

In the fashion world, there’s a sweet spot for designers somewhere between being outdated, too far ahead of a trend or too late jumping in. Beverly Luchfeld, a Teaneck-based designer of women’s Shabbos robes, is finding her niche, creating dresses that appeal to both longtime fans and a younger crowd

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Biba Asher Outfits Boys for Shabbat and Special Occasions

Batsheva Glick was excited to celebrate her son’s bar mitzvah, but didn’t anticipate certain challenges that came along with the planning process. Included in the long list of things to do was outfitting the bar mitzvah boy for the big day, a requirement that proved far more difficult than she expected. Discouraged by

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Eli7 Designs Puts the Focus on Positivity

Elisheva Rishon wears her heart on her sleeve, and on her collection of casual shirts and sweatshirts. Messages of positivity adorn her clothes: Human.Kind.Be Both; Hashem Loves you; Gam Zu L’Tovah—in English or Hebrew letters. And there’s another one: Black, Jewish and Fabulous.

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Sari’s Wigs Opens New Full Service Salon

Sari’s Wigs has certainly come a long way since Sari started her wig business nine years ago, out of her kitchen sink in New Milford. Since then she has moved to two different locations, but quickly outgrew each one. This week, Sari opened up a brand new, bigger and more beautifully decorated salon in the heart of

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Beauty and Fashion Slowly Emerge From Quarantine

On June 15, New Jersey began allowing clothing stores and hair salons to reopen. Shoppers are approaching their newfound freedom cautiously, taking baby steps as they emerge from their homes. The quarantine has wreaked havoc on many women’s hair styles, length and color, and for some, their first order of post-lockdown

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Miri Couture Hasn’t Stopped Dressing Brides and Moms

Weddings may be taking place in backyards instead of grand halls, but brides are still dressing in regal, stunning gowns. “We’re booked solid,” said Miri Urbach, the designer and head of Miri Couture, a luxury brand of modest fashion. “We have many brides getting married in June, July, August and September. Jewish

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Summer’s Hottest Hair Trends

Stepping out of quarantine is the perfect time to debut the new you. Updating your wig color is an easy way to give yourself some self care, and feel revived and brightened. Whether you’re looking for something super subtle, or jaw-dropping dramatic, 2020’s summer hair color trends have something for you. From

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A Kallah’s Guide to Buying Sheitels During Corona

With Lag B’Omer just around the corner, there are many excited kallahs who have kept their wedding date and are getting married! We all know the true simcha of a chatan and kallah is the simcha of them being joined together as one. Those who have chosen to get married during this challenging time get to have the opportunity to

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A Kallah’s Guide to Buying Sheitels During Corona

With Lag B’Omer just around the corner, there are many excited kallahs who have kept their wedding date and are getting married! We all know the true simcha of a chatan and kallah is the simcha of them being joined together as one. Those who have chosen to get married during this challenging time get to have the opportunity to

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Face Masks Enter the Fashion Realm

As the country begins to open up, many will be taking their first tentative steps in public in more than a month. Masks are de rigueur. Which type will you wear—strictly utilitarian or more creative? Purchased or home-made?

Beverly Luchfeld of Teaneck has been making elegant

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Wigs on Wheels: One Stop Shopping for Your Sheitel

Any woman who wears a sheitel will recognize this scenario: You have a sheitel that needs to be washed and set, but between family and work commitments, there’s no time to bring your sheitel to a salon or someone’s home for these services. Frumie Gartner, a sheitel macher with over 10 years’ experience, recognized

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Beauty and Bonding During Quarantine

Our hearts are breaking for those families affected by COVID-19. Those of us who are lucky enough to be safe at home, Thank God, are feeling most grateful for our health, family and comfortable homes/quarantine conditions. Self-quarantine, however necessary, can also take an emotional toll on many. While the first

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