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Chanin and Polonsky are beyond stereotypes because they are a combination of two of the most common Brooklynites in Perhaps because they blend those two community identities so well, their line of sleek modest dresses is garnering acclaim--not only from the Orthodox Jewish community Two sexxy sisters can u handle us have 1 or both the mainstream fashion world as well.
The women, who sell their dresses directly Two sexxy sisters can u handle us have 1 or both mostly through their websiteestimate that non-Orthodox women have grown from 20 to 40 percent of their sales, with orders requested from as far away as France, England, and Japan. Chanin, 30, and Polonsky, 29, are specifically Hasidic, a sect of Orthodox Judaism.
It went without saying that the two sisters would adhere to tznius modest in Yiddish clothing regulations. You cover your knees. They describe spending their Shabbat afternoons reading through Vogue, loving the clothes but also realizing the disparity with their own wardrobes—let alone their neighborhood. Cheat Sheet A speedy, smart summary of all the news you need to know and nothing you don't. You are now subscribed to the Daily Digest and Cheat Sheet. We will not share your email with anyone for any reason.
We stood out for looking different. They developed a reputation within their religious Jewish community and started a small business as teens styling other female congregants. She could be snapped up in Fashion Week. Both sisters were working in retail. Chanin was at a watch boutique, while Polonsky styled shoppers at the now-closed Anne Van H Boutique. InPolonsky found herself itching to break out into her own business with her sister. The sisters started off in consignment with The Frock Swap, which offered designer items that specifically fit with the fashion needs of Orthodox women.
That was when Chanin was very pregnant with her second child. We would take that feedback. The first dress came out in January of this year, and the sisters said that initial run sold out within 10 days. Their second run in March sold out within two weeks. But transitioning from stylers to designers was not seamless pun intended. Chanin and Polonsky remember how they imperfectly graded—a term for creating different sizes—one design, ultimately spending tens of thousands of dollars to make hundreds of wrongly sized dresses.
Other errors along production have been more fortuitous—even a sign from the Divine, they say. The two women specifically pick a bone with, what they consider is, a false perception that Orthodox women as deeply oppressed—and that the oppression manifests itself in drab, frumpy, unattractive clothing.
Polonsky and Chanin still remember the stir they caused in their circle of Orthodox Jewish women when they wore pants for the first time in public—and even Instagrammed the risque ensemble the sisters take great pride in Instagramming many of their ensembles to more than 10, followers. While under tznius regulations women are not supposed to wear pants alone, the duo decided to try pants under a dress to create wiggle room. The outfit Polonsky wore that sent tongues wagging were baggy black-and-white pants paired with a black dress over it.
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