It seems like just yesterday we were discussing Seder outfit ideas, but apparently – Rosh Hashana is right around the corner. After getting ready spiritually and making sure all the Simanim are prepared, you might want to get ready to welcome the new year in style. Lucky for you, we’ve just gotten in a beautiful new collection, and here are some outfit suggestions based on the newest trends and styles:
Yes, it’s almost a cliche, but cliches exist because they’re true. White is regal and timeless, traditional and modern at the same time. And now with our new dress cut — it’s also flattering.
Pair your white dress with a sparkly headband and an earthy-red lipstick like stylist Lee-Or Savisky to get an extra regal effect.
Textures are everywhere this season — from prints and patterns to textured fabrics. A texture-ful dress is an entire outfit in one piece and is sure to make the perfect impression.
Efrat Chohen (the stylist behind The Duchess) styled herself and her sister to perfection with minimalistic details: color blocked jewelry paired with her patterned dress, and delicate metalic jewelry for her sister, wearing a Missoni-knit dress.
Who says florals equal childish? Take the floral inspiration in two different directions: colorful and saturated or dramatic. Either way, it’s an unexpected, flattering look that will also make you smile.
A floral skirt goes a long way. Pair it with a bright, solid top like Lee-Or to get the maximum effect. When going for a dramatic, dark look – a delicate gold pendant is the way to go.
BLACK & WHITE
A little bit of black can take white to a whole different direction. No wonder black and white are the eternal color-duo that survives fashion trends. Whether it’s a striped top like Limor’s or a hounstooth design like Efrat’s dress — this style transcends seasons and always looks sophisticated.
Black and white is a great way to incorporate a boxy top into your look, like stylist Limor Alzami. Check out this post for more suggestions. A delicated peach-toned lipstick and deep gem-colored earrings take Efrat’s black and white look to the next level.
And most importantly, no matter what you choose to wear, we wish you a happy new year!
PS. Here are our holiday opening hours (until Sukkoth):
Weekdays: 10:00 – 21:00
Motzash: 21:00 – 24:00
Fridays/Erev Chag: 09:00 – 13:00