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Sunday, April 05, 2020

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The Ultimate Guide for Finding The Perfect Sheital at a Pesach Wig Sale

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.

Once-Loved Fashions Find New Homes at The Hangout

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

Englewood’s Jessica Orbach Is Fashion Icon 'Lady Blaga'

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

Factors to Consider Before Revamping Your Wig

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

Baby’O Skirts and Dresses Are Fashionable, Comfortable and Affordable

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

‘Twilighting’: 2020’s Newest Color Trend

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,

Daniella Faye Debuts at Carly’z Craze

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

Master Wig Maker Ralph Toledano: The Man Behind the Legend

(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

The Orthodox Woman’s Striking Secret

(Courtesy of Dini Wigs) Kim Kardashian. Selena Gomez. Melania Trump. What do these VIPs have in common aside from beauty, fame and fortune? Hair. And it’s that sensational look that tens of thousands of fashion-conscious women around the world are seeking to emulate. And many, incredibly, are doing it in a

New Year, New You! 2020’s Most Popular Hair Trends

What better way to bring in the new year than having a fresh new hairstyle! Your new look can be achieved in so many different ways, whether its getting a new cut, changing your hair color, or simply styling your hair in a completely new way. From straight to curly, below are 2020’s best

Comfort and Style are Hallmarks of Israeli Fashion

While fashion in the US aims to be different each year, design in Israel is more about style, rather than trends, whether you’re looking for every day basics or couture. Clothing is made to have staying power in your closet. This year, there is an increased emphasis on innovation in

New Year, New Clothes, New You

I come by my love of sale shopping honestly. Shopping adventures with my mother were like scavenger hunts; necessity dictated the need to find bargains. Endless hours were spent sifting through racks in Loehmanns and the like, pulling finds and making outfits. A successful shopping trip was exhausting, included countless