Saturday, November 19, 2011

Hanging Wigs


Seen in the Carmel Market / Tel Aviv.

Photo: Miriam Woelke

7 comments:

  1. Ya, there's nothing more modest than spending thousands on a really sexy hairdo! Those are hot!

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  2. B"H

    Did someone loose their sheitel?

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  3. B'H

    How "Kosher" those Sheitelach are? Long, attractive, eye-catching, etc. It's everything but tznius. I, C'V, won't be surprised to see some Haredi women with such Sheitelach. Everybody is talking about the "Haredization" of the Jewish community, but from another perspective, we could also talk about the rampant modernization within the Haredi community and all the perversion and breaches into Halacha it entails.

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  4. B"H

    The Sheitels in the picture are not kosher.:-))))

    Believe it or not, when I speak to other Haredim they always complain about Chabad and Gur women being too modern and running around immodestly dressed.

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  5. Those look like dead animals hanging

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  6. B'H

    "Believe it or not, when I speak to other Haredim they always complain about Chabad and Gur women being too modern and running around immodestly dressed."

    This was my point: I was refering to these two specific communities more than other, but I didn't want to mention them by name.

    And believe it or not...I'm a Lubavitcher! And I dislike Sheitelach, especially because many among Chabad are wearing untzniusdike fancy and attractive sheitelach, claiming that the Rebbe was not opposed to such kind of sheitelach, while the truth is the opposite. People are abusin the Sheitel, and that's why I favour a tichel.

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  7. B"H

    Some use the term "Hot Chanie" to refer to women whom wear such sheitels and tight clothing which seems more pritzus than tznius.

    I find that these wings are indeed FAR too long and highly inappropriate.

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