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Our readers love all our Mitzvah Family Spotlight stories and we love showcasing the Bar Bat Mitzvah attire.

If your child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration is during the day or at night, black tie or casual, everyone still wants to know what the guest of honor, and their immediate family are wearing.

Here’s a look at a round-up of what the Bar Bat Mitzvah boys and girls and their siblings and parents wore to their special celebration!

 

 

 

 

Zapken MItzvah Style

Matthew’s Mitzvah style was very hip. He got his jacket and shirt from Kenny’s Men &Boys Wear. Read more about this celebration here

Gendler decor
Bat Mitzvah girl Brittany in her pink cocktail dress from Mario Pucci Boca posing on the wing of a plane during her travel themed party. Read more about this celebration here

Hirsch family

Bat Mitzvah girl Miranda found her dress at Designing Dreams and her younger sister’s dress was from Best Dressed NY. Mitzvah Mom is wearing a Zac Posen dress from Bloomingdales and Mitzvah Dad is in a Ralph Lauren suit. Read about the rest of this celebration here

Steinberg style
Andie is beaming as she makes her way to her Bat Mitzvah service in a  fuchsia fitted gown from All Dressed Up. Read all about her celebration here on MM.com soon

Jason Levy

Jason looked great while chillin’ out in his suit from Nordstrom. Read more about this celebration here

Glick style

Camryn’s beautiful pink gown was from It’s Simply For You. Read more about her celebration here

Miller style

The Miller girls are modeling! Louie Max created basketball jerseys (shown on sister Ally) in Duke University colors of white and royal blue. Mom Shari worked with Kimberly from Runway Couture to design a white leather dress with royal blue suede panels to look like a jersey. Read more about this celebration here

Dictrow Style

Jordan Dictrow looks like a princess in her beautiful gown from Diane & Co. Read more about this celebration here
 Bryan Hirsch

For his bowling Bar Mitzvah reception, Bryan wore a custom made shirt from Logosoftwear.com. Read more about this celebration here

Rubin Mitzvah style

Sophie was very chic in a short cocktail dress created by Designing Dreams. Her long tulle skirt was removed after her entrance so she could dance in a shorter version of her dress. Sister Maddie’s custom outfit was designed by Holly Green. Read more about the celebration here

Berger Make An Entrance

Tyler makes his entrance wearing a white dinner jacket from Victor Talbots. Read more about this celebration here
 Gersten family - Mitzvah Style
For Tyler’s Bar Mitzvah celebration it was “Jeans, Jewels and Jersey’s” for everyone! Read more about this celebration here

Marx style

Comfortable and hip, Mom Robin created custom Nike sneakers to match the colors of the party. To read more about this celebration click here

Morgan Imberman Mitzvah Style
The entire Imberman family got into the animal themed Bat Mitzvah with their footwear. Read more about this celebration here

Bennett style

Matthew looks great in his suit from Jos. A Bank. Read more about his celebration here

Karen Mitzvah Style
All three of the Karen women wore white. Bat Mitzvah girl Ali’s dress was from Outrageous Boutique, Marissa’s was a BCBG and Mom Carla bought her long gown from Melony Mazzeo. Read more about this celebration here

Did your child wear a stylish or unique outfit for his/her Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration? Let us know at info@mitzvahmarket.com.

 

 


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