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  |  June 17, 2019

    Shlucha Opens Fashion Pop-Up

    Cape Town Shlucha Sarah Feldman will host a pop-up shop of her modest fashion clothing line Sunday in Crown Heights. Full Story

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    Looked this up and very excited to see classy, modest fashions! One suggestion: especially as a shlucha, please put tznius before fashion, and make sure every outfit is 100% tzniusdik: for example, there shouldn’t be any slits, and the dresses should be long enough- as the Rebbe clearly instructed- to cover the knees at all times, whether standing, sitting, climbing in and out up cars/ climbing stairs etc. The dresses seem a bit short to confirm to our (halachic) tznius standards. Also, not all of them cover the collarbone. If you will fix this, I will be happy to look… Read more »

    Have seen the dresses
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    Have seen the dresses

    BH they all do adhere to modest laws and there are no slits. Hatzlocho Raboh- lovely idea and hard work!

    Gardens Shul , Capetown
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    Gardens Shul , Capetown

    I know Sarah as one of the busiest Rebetzins who has grown her shul from a dying institution to a vibrant one. Has young children and teaches brides , does bat mitzva lessons, young professionals and many Challa bakes and is constantly in demand. Wonder where she is getting time for this? Commendable

    A shlucha
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    A shlucha

    Beautiful initiative. Great designs. I agree with #1. Please have them fully conform to tznius standards and I would be happy to buy some for myself and my girls at the kinus. Thanks!

    A fellow shlucha
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    A fellow shlucha

    Agree with number 1!
    Amazing initiative! Please be the ONE ‘modest and fashionable’ and clothing companies to create clothing that are truly tzniyus halachikly. Not the modern version of modest.
    As shluchos who live for the Rebbe’s ideals, this is an area we ought to impact!
    Thank you!

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