The first few weeks after Lag B’Omer have Sunday event calendars busier than most other weekends of the year. As community events and simchas take advantage of the ability to make parties with music once again, many people find themselves running between two or three events a day. Of course this is a bracha and we should
Planning a wedding soon? Mazal tov! One of the most exciting aspects of planning a wedding for the bride and her bridal party is of course the dresses! When shopping for a dress you need to factor in the overall look you want to achieve. The hairstyle and makeup you
You’ve read the articles, spoken to friends and heard the buzz about a revolutionary concept: the Kaituz Bridal Collab.
The evening of April 16 witnessed a new phenomenon that redefined elegance and expertise. A dream team of experts unified in a fabulous way to help simplify and
Want to never have a bad hair day this spring/summer? Well, you’re in luck with this season’s go-to pony trend. Ponytails have always been everyone’s comfortable backup hairstyle, and this season the pony has been transformed to easy, trendy works of arts that you can copy and create for yourself,
Breakfast in bed has become synonymous with Mother’s Day. And who wouldn’t enjoy being catered to like royalty? But sometimes distance (or moms who don’t sleep in) makes this a difficult gesture to pull off. The Fashion Link caught up with Stephanie Kaufman of Shopping Badger, a popular accessories vendor (
Solids are a crisp, classic look, and often a go-to for anyone looking to throw together an outfit. But patterned looks have been popping up on runways in recent years with something for every style. Patterns can be bold and bright for the fashion forward, or subtle and understated for those just looking to get
Ask any girl about her dream wedding. She has it all planned and Pinterested down to the color of her nails and the length of her lashes. Ask any bride about her dream wedding and she’ll likely throw her hands up in despair. The morning after her engagement she probably stepped into the gown shop with
So you think only women value expensive footwear? Think again. A growing trend has been emerging in athletic footwear with prices that rival a Manolo Blahnik. This phenomenon, a buying, reselling and trading of sneakers business that gains a larger following each year, has its followers known as “sneakerheads,” and
Sheitals this season are all about the natural, realistic, I’m-not-trying-too-hard look. Women want to go food shopping, run errands, be at their kid’s soccer games and not look like they just got their hair done and are off to a bar mitzvah. Sheital companies are responding to this and have created many new products
I’m very sure I will not be invited to attend the upcoming royal wedding in England this May (though my DVR will be set). However, I do know that all the invited women will be doing exactly what I’ll be doing beforehand. We’ll all be looking for the perfect hat to highlight our outfits.
When you think of men and fashion trends, not much comes to mind right away. After all, what could be so dynamic about the suit? This staid staple of conference rooms and courthouses, and for many, shul as well, has not changed much over the years. Or has it? Colors, patterns, buttons, vents, flat fronts, slim cut or wide
(Courtesy of Mohan’s Custom Tailors) New York custom-suit maker Mohan’s Custom Tailors has created over 15,000 “kosher suits” since 1978, notes owner Mohan “Mike” Ramchandani. “As we get closer to Passover, many of today’s businessmen are ordering specialized ‘kosher suits’ free of a linen-wool combination