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August 25, 1989 - Image 29

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FALL 1989

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They, too, sport white stock-
ings, and their dress is
somewhat less severe than on
weekdays. Many maintain an
ancient custom and wear over
their dresses a white lace
apron, an item which has no
practical use. Their head
covering on Shabbat is
generally a white scarf or
shawl. The girls all seem to
have long braids and are
modestly dressed.
The Karlin Chasidim
resemble, in some ways, the
Toldot Aaron sect. The men
wear long pants and black
skullcaps, but their streimel is
wide, disarrayed and made of
beaver. They, too, tie their
kapote with a wide, black
striped sash. On Shabbat and
holidays they wear a bekeshe,
a black or dark blue glossy
silk robe, with a flowery pat-
tern. The women also shave
their hair when they marry,
but their clothes are
somewhat more elegant and
they wear colored scarves and
jewelry, unlike the women of
the Reb Areleh sect.
The Belz and Slonim
Chasidim wear suits, but
with longer jackets, and
fedora hats with rounded
brims. Their payot (side curls)
are often hidden behind their
ears. The young boys wear
black caps and knickers with
black stockings. The Bobov
Chasidim, a similar sect,
have white stockings under
their knickers.
On Shabbat these Chasidim
have thin streimel fur hats
made of sable. Their bekeshe
is made of an unpatterned,
black shiny material tied
with a gartel, a black corded
>
belt. The women favor a hat
or turban over a half wig, and
their dress is otherwise
fashion directed.
Similarly, the Vishnitz
women are considered very
elegant dressers and they
wear either wigs or elaborate
scarves. Someof the Vishnitz
men wear knickers with
>---= white socks while others favor
long pants. On Shabbat they
wear thin streimels.
The Gur Chasidim, one of
>
the biggest sects in Israel,
wear long pants stuck into
white socks, and long,
r. European-style jackets dur-
ing the week. Some tie their
payot under their hats, but
yeshiva students display
>
them curled on both sides of
their faces. The Gur streimel
is, in fact, more like a spodik.
It is a high fur hat, like the
Cossacks wore, made of body
fur (and therefore it costs one
third of the price of those
made from tails); some are
even made of synthetic
material. Their bekeshe is of
smooth, black shiny silk. 0

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