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
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
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
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
Even for those who have been covering their hair for years, walking into a Pesach wig sale and seeing hundreds of wigs piled up on tables can be extremely overwhelming. The following wig-buying guide provides tips that will allow the buyer to walk in with confidence, know what to look for and leave with the perfect wig.
Breaking up with an outfit you used to love is hard to do. But getting some cash, and letting someone else enjoy it, can ease the separation. That gorgeous outfit you no longer wear is just right for someone who loves beautiful clothes, but can’t—or won’t—splurge on new designer fashions. If you’re
Don’t talk to Jessica Orbach, aka Lady Blaga, about fashion rules. The Englewood mother of four knows style and what works. “A lot of rules imposed in decades past should be thrown out the window,” she said. White shoes after Labor Day? Go for it. “I have a pair of white boots I just wore during Fashion Week in New
With Pesach just around the corner, and sheitel sales popping up everywhere, you’ve probably started thinking about that new wig style you would like to try for this season. You may be wondering, do I need to buy a new wig to achieve that look? Or can I use that wig in my closet that I never wear—or even revamp my current wig— to
Not too many styles have the staying power of decades. In the spring of 1989, Baby’O, formerly a children’s clothing company, entered the modest women’s apparel market with its pleated, lightweight denim signature style, the Baby’O Biz Skirt. “People say, ‘I remember that skirt, I wore it as a child,’” said
You’ve all heard of highlighting, ombre and balyage; now get ready for this winter’s coolest hair-coloring technique—twighlighting! Twilighting is a technique that is a blend of balyage, a free-form, hand-painted technique, and baby lights, super-fine, subtle highlights that use foil, to create a natural,
Alene Brodsky Bloom loves to bring new designers into Carly’z Craze, the address in Teaneck for women’s and girls’ fashionable, modest clothing, and she especially likes to carry designers from Israel. So it is with much excitement that she is introducing the fashion house Daniella Faye Ein Sof, owned by
(Courtesy of Ralph Wigs) Ralph wigs are widely known to be in a class of their own—sophisticated, stylish, smart and special.
That’s because Ralph Tolledano, the man behind the mystique, did not wake up one day and decide to manufacture wigs. Rather, he developed his brand over decades with