T’zaveh is a Parsha devoted to only one subject – that of the Kohein Hagadol’s and his sons’ vestments.
How ironic! In the Torah every word and every letter is important. And suddenly this minute detailing of the Kohein Hagadol’s dressing: ”And you shall make at the hemline pomegranate-shaped bells, of techellet, scarlet and tola’at shani, all around; golden bells in them all around. Bells of gold and pomegranate at the hem of the vestment, all around.”
I take this as an important message, one in which I completely believe: That the clothes we wear are so important that they define us in society’s eyes. They allow us self-expression and make each of us special. Which is why I respect dress in general and use dressing to exress my own character and state who I am. To be modest – but fashionable. 🙂
If you’re reading this post, and believe your clothes can express you, but you still haven’t found your own particular style, please feel free to turn to me through ”contact me”. I’ll be more than happy to meet with you on a personal styling date!
Set:(Skirt and Top) Flatter Boutique / Sandals: Castro / Clutch: Private collection / Bracelet: Charming Charlie
Photo: Liat Ankonina