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Mitzvah Market Magazine: Dress Your Best, Day To Night Styles

Mitzvah Market Magazine: Dress Your Best, Day To Night Styles

Above: Jordyn Tarlie, photo credit: Nicole Thomas Photography

By Bari Cener
Toss out every idea you had about what to wear to your Bar or Bat Mitzvah. These days, it’s as untraditional as ever when it comes to fashion. Dress codes are for guests, but for the star of the show, anything goes. You’re no longer shopping for a “comfortable dance shoe;” it’s ride-or-die on sneakers. Stuffy suits? Not anymore; the guys want to show some style, wearing fabrics like velvet and denim to stand out on their special day.

That being said, it’s the host’s responsibility to execute the party’s vibe. If your party dress is called for “Casual,” we don’t recommend that you show up in a tuxedo and shiny shoes. Instead, play with different textures or pair your outfit with custom kicks so both you and your guests are comfortable.

Jordyn Tarlie

Party Theme: Jordyn loves shopping and anything fashion. She wanted to tie in shopping with her decor using top designer names and logos for table centerpieces.
Favorite Accessory: Her party shoes were custom designed Adidas Superstars with silver Swarovski crystals.
Dress Code: Formal Cocktail Attire.

To read more about Jordyn’s celebration, click here.

Greyson Goldberg

Party Venue: West Rock in Nanuet, New York.
Fashion Highlight: Going to Fight Club to pick out his lime green kicks!
Dress Code: Cool & Casual for this Memorial Day weekend celebration. Guests were asked to wear jeans and be comfortable.

To read more about Greyson’s celebration, click here.

Natalyn Kapner

Party Venue: Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle, NY.
Bat Mitzvah Theme: A Winter Wonderland theme with the tagline of NATurally Chill for her nickname Nat.
Dress Code: Cocktail Attire.

To read more about Natalyn’s celebration, click here.

Spencer and Avery Klein

Avery’s Favorite Accessory: Her silver triple height Converse sneakers.
Spencer’s Favorite Item: Their yarmulkes used the same plaid fabric that was used on the invitation band.
Favorite Moment: There was a blizzard on the day of their B’nai Mitzvah which worked perfectly with their ski theme.
Dress Code: Cocktail Chic.

To read more about Avery & Spencer’s celebration, click here.

Emily Kilman

Bat Mitzvah Dress: A light pink ballgown from Outrageous Boutique with a matching pearl and studded headband.
Matching Accessory: Her Converse sneakers were covered in pearls and studs to match the headband.
Dress Code: Cocktail Attire.

Sydney Hargrove

Bat Mitzvah Theme: For this aspiring actress, a Broadway theme was the perfect fit.
Favorite Accessory: Her tiara made her feel like a princess.
Dress Code: Cocktail Attire.

To read more about Syndey’s celebration, click here.

Kennedy Brown

Bat Mitzvah Dress: Tiffany Collection in Lagoon Blue.
Best Accessory: The front of her hair was colored to match her dress.
Dress Code: Disco Formal.

Rebecca Nussbaum

Bat Mitzvah Dress: Rebecca’s grandmother suggested early on that she wear a blue dress to match her eyes. Unfortunately, her grandmother passed away months before her Bat Mitzvah so her dress was extra special to her.
Dress Code: Dress Up & No Tie because they wanted everyone to be comfortable.

To read more about Rebecca’s celebration, click here.

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