Today begins the holiday of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. It is a special time spent with family and friends, and is celebrated with sweet foods like apples and honey to indicate the hope for a sweet New Year.
It is also a time spent in synagogue and big dinners, and if you’re like me, in front of the closet trying to decide what to wear. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not about fashion, but it’s always nice to start the year looking and feeling your best.
Since the Jewish New Year falls around the first week of fall it is a great time to introduce fall’s trends. I have put together three different outfits that could accomodate a variety of styles and climates, in case you’re celebrating in the very un-fall like Ft. Lauderdale… 88 degrees!
I would wear all of these looks, and luckily they are all so on trend that if you’re more puzzled with what to wear than how to make a brisket, you’d be able to replicate any of these looks in your local department store.
Shop 1:blouse, skirt, boots
Shop 2:sweater, skirt, heels
Shop 3:dress, heels
Accessories: earrings, bracelet, clutch
If you celebrate, may your New Year be healthy, happy and fabulous!