A while back, my daughter asked me to take her shopping. I told her I would take her on one condition—that she find out from her friends the best place to go. So one rainy afternoon we set out around 3:45, avoiding traffic, to the Segula intersection in Petach Tikva to H. Fashions.
So what do you do while waiting for a teenager to try on clothes? Take pictures, of course. I’ll do anything for my readers.
The tops in this store went for about $10-15, with skirts and dresses somewhat more.
My friend later explained to me that the owner of the chain was sued for making copies of designer fashions. The court fined him a large sum, but not large enough to get him to stop.
Along with the shirt over pants styles, for the more modern set, here’s an “Aladdin”:
Then we have this short tunic meant to be worn with an underskirt, which come in a range of colors:
And what would Israeli fashion be without a gaudy mix of fabrics and patterns?
Since the chain accommodates a wide range of religious women, they offer these too:
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