The Time a Professor Noticed the GroupDress Phenomenon

Most bais Yaakov grads dress more or less the same. There’s room for personal expression, but the “look” is a distinct look. It’s how we pick each other out of the crowd for bageling.

Once you get married, variations in hair are minimized as well. But I never realized how much until a friend passed along a question from her professor:

Is there a Jewish law requiring women to wear these thick headbands?

HT Relarela

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The Time a Professor Noticed the GroupDress Phenomenon

One thought on “The Time a Professor Noticed the GroupDress Phenomenon

  1. There’s a MO “look” too. It’s a product of tznius rules and fashion trends within small communities. If you see a woman wearing a shirt with a shell that comes up just an inch or so past the collar or a skirt under her dress, odds are she’s frum.

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