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10 Fashion Quotes I Live By

10 quotes to inspire you to create a wardrobe that makes you look and feel your best.
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To save or to splurge? 6 Ways to Know!

We've all been there, and at some point, we've all probably made a shopping decision that we regret. Here are 6 questions to ask yourself before splurging to make sure you feel great about what's in your wallet and your closet.
A Love Letter to Hoodies

A Love Letter to Hoodies

Hoodies are how I embrace my own form of self-expression. When wearing a hoodie, I feel like the most authentic version of myself. Here's Why.
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Introducing the Holey Collection

What would it be like if we associated holiness with uncovering, rather than covering? What's the value of unbinding? What if we create a new space, through clothing, for our individual bodies and our collective traditions to exist together?
Reflections on Courage This Passover

Reflections on Courage This Passover

Just as Shifra and Puah stood up to Pharaoh to protect the Israelites, so did the courageous frontline workers who risk their lives for others’ well-being. I urge you to think about them this Passover.
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32 Yiddish Words to Get You Kvelling in No Time

Plotz-worthy fashion? Join the mishpacha? If Yiddish is new to you, you might have been a little ...
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Reflections on This Holocaust Remembrance Day

My hope is that we find even a fraction of this ability to turn darkness into light, and that we continue to honor those who didn’t survive by burning even brighter, for them.