Hi everyone!!!! Here’s what I’m wearing today. Thanks for all the enthusiastic responses to yesterday’s post – I will definitely show you more outfit combinations now! Hope you enjoy today’s tichel as well. It has a lot of texture and patterns (even for me, lol) but the darker, subdued colours make it work!
And if anyone is wondering about the weird earring placement accident, I invite you to take a guess about why I have two holes in one ear and one in the other! (Hint: has to do with playing the cello!)
Here are 4 outfits that I wore recently that were perfectly enhanced by tichels!
I’m always asked how to match up patterned shirts with tichels. “Is it possible to wear a patterened shirt with a patterned head scarf?” The answer is yes!! Just look for similar colours and flow, and you’ll look even more put together!
My favourite blue dress with a flowing blue scarf (a gift from Rivka Malka – and yes it will be a part of the store soon!), with pearls and a brown Israeli tichel for contrast! Loved this one!
This next outfit was so much fun! I was worried about putting all this texture together but the separate elements enhanced each other! This photo was taken after a long day and in bad light, but you can only imagine what it looked like before! The colours are so happy!
And last but not least, a photo from a recent concert… elegant and understated.
I hope this post shows you how tichels can help you do MORE with what you already have! Let me know what you think and please keep sending in your requests! It really helps me out! Kol tuv <3
At the beginning of this week, we celebrated the tremendous gift of being able to free ourselves from everything that binds us, and plant the seeds for a beautiful 49 days of growth and nurturing of the soul. For our second year, my husband and I hosted Pesach seder, and though it was our first one without family, we felt as though everyone we love was with us. 13 people from every kind of different background, a beautiful table, probing questions, going on a wild journey that lasted until the early morning hours. A miracle.
My husband bought me a gorgeous lace top (it’s traditional for husbands to buy their wives gifts before the holiday) which I wore with a silk skirt and matching tichel. I loved the outfit so much that I insisted on running outside before candle lighting to take pictures for you!
My tichel was my lovely teal 2in1 with a teal Shimmery, paired with a piece of lace and enhanced with a pearl headband! Earrings are also a gift from my husband. You can’t really see in the photo, but the twist on the side is both scarves together:
Hope you are all having a fabulous week! Sending you lots of love!!
Xo – Andrea
Hello beautiful Wrapunzel ladies! I hope you’re all doing well and those of you that are preparing for Pesach are managing to keep your sanity intact and your kavannah strong! Here is what I wore for Shabbat! I am totally loving this white lace scarf (my husband helped pick it out), and yes, for those of you wondering, we are working on getting it for the store! The turquoise 2 in 1 is now one of my complete favourites – I actually decided to iron it for a concert last week and since then it’s been looking fancier than when it had the runches!
As you can see above, I wore my white cotton dress from Yom Kippur – I had no idea it would match the lace tichel so well! My husband wears all white on Shabbat, so my outfit was picked out with love to match him, and also incorporating teal, my favourite colour. It was a beautiful day here in Baltimore, and this outfit was perfect for our long Shabbat walk :)
Decided to wrap The Naomi Knot today and instead of putting my necklace around my neck (who does that!? lol) I thought it might do better on my head! I’m loving it, and haven’t even added earrings or makeup! What do you think?
My outfit today is a bit of an enigma; I don’t remember how it actually materialized. I started off with my brown stretch pashmina tichel, a wrap skirt and a mint shirt, but between taking photos, getting cold (hence the sweater and scarf around my neck), and adding an extra sash scarf on my head, I ended up feeling VERY mismatched. And do you know what’s even more mysterious? I have barely left my house today (yet), and have already received glowing compliments from the many people that have come over! I was like, “really”?! But the women commenting are very stylish, so I decided to believe them! So I’m going to go out like this! I guess it does all look pretty funky!
Here’s my tichel:
And here is the awesome mismatched yet somehow working outfit! My skirt is from Israel when I went there for the first time! I remember being so hesitant to buy it because it ‘wasn’t my style’… and now it’s one of the most worn skirts in my wardrobe!
Today is such a gift! We hosted a vibrant, bustling in-person Wrapunzel event this morning at Rivka Malka’s house – it was so much fun bonding with all these beautiful women and teaching them how to wrap! We also have a very rare, pre Pesach sale at the Wrapunzel Storehappening only today (yes, right now!)… it is our first time doing something like this so we were uper duper excited! It has been so much fun watching so many creative orders come in and maintaining the site as the day goes on! I also had a very intense chamber music coaching this morning as well as a rehearsal later… and tonight is our dress rehearsal for a big concert next week! Whew! All in all, this has been a wonderful day so far! And I had to make sure when I got ready early in the morning that I wore something that could take me through the whole day! Here it is!
My tichel is a lovely warm combination of turquoise, white and brown… yum!
My outfit had to be nice enough to do a tichel show, comfortable enough to clean the house for pesach, practical enough to walk through some muddy bits to get to rehearsal, with a wide enough skirt to play the cello! I’m so happy with the results!
And of course, the clothes are meaningless unless they reveal your inner essence, which I really feel like these clothes do today. I am so thankful today to know each and every one of you! Wishing you a gorgeous, productive, and meaningful week!