Sydney sisters build empire with ‘man-repelling’ Orthodox Jewish fashion

Sydney sisters build empire with ‘man-repelling’ Orthodox Jewish fashion

On Saturdays everyone is wearing bikinis, shorts, guys aren’t wearing shirts,” Ms Polonsky remembers.

“It’s really just a fun, chilled beach vibe… and as a kid you just want to fit in, except we had to go to Synagogue.”

Her sister chimes in: “And my mother would buy us these frilly, collared dresses and patent shoes with matching bows … and it’s a really hot summer Saturday in Coogee!”

As Orthodox Jews and daughters of the local rabbi, the sisters were expected to follow the Torah’s teachings of tznius: modesty.

The most common interpretation of tznius requires women to cover their elbows, knees and collarbones.

“If you do want to wear pants, leggings, trackies, jeans, whatever it is, it’s with a skirt or a dress over it,” Ms Chanin explains.

“We don’t wear sleeveless [clothes] and no plunging necklines.”

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