Passover is almost here.
Cleaning, changing dishes, and buying Passover food takes up a huge amount of time and energy. Observant Jews also take the opportunity to purchase new clothing in honor of the holiday in which we celebrate our deliverance from Egyptian bondage.
Orthodox women cover their heads in synagogue—a sign of modesty—thus new hats are popular item.
Hats can be tricky so here are a few simple tips: Hats, like men’s ties, are there to draw attention to your face. Men’s ties move the eye upward to the face. A hat frames the female face, like a work of art. The size and shape of a woman’s face dictates the shape and volume of the hat she chooses. In fact, proportion is probably more important than any other factor. If you’re wearing a hat with a wide brim, that should be the focus of your ensemble. Consider pulling your hair up into a chignon in order to emphasize the architecture of your face. Newsboy caps and berets are best worn with the hair down.
Once upon a time Hollywood traded in glamour. Movie stars, with the aid of their superlative costume designers, understood the importance of hats in a wardrobe.
Here are a few of Seraphic Secret’s favorite stars in looks that are as fresh and exciting today as they were when Hollywood was golden.
Karen and I wish all our friends and relatives a lovely and fashionable Shabbat.