Shiny and Silver Stripes Prima AA Wool, Tallit Prayer Shawl
Sometimes less is more. This understated tallit prayer shawl from Mishkan Hatchelet features shiny white and silver stripes upon a flat white background. For those who think that modern Judaica overdoes things, the tactful elegance of this fringed scarf will suit them wonderfully.
Understated elegance, this tallit prayer shawl from Mishkan Hatchelet will bring class to any prayerful occasion. This is Judaica fit for anyone of taste. Composed with shiny white and silver stripes, this is perfect for the High Holidays, or any holy prayer requiring a Jewish prayer scarf.
There are a few occasions in modern Jewish life which truly warrant the wearing of white from head to toe. The simplicity of white is a wonderful fit for the solemnity of Yom Kippur, a holiday which is about what we are inside, not what we are outside. The uniformity of white makes it easier for one to look past their outer covering to see what is within.
Havdallah is another traditional time for the wearing of white. Ah, the memories I have of desperately scouring the clothing racks looking for white pants I could wear to summer camp havdallah. I found the pants, but always felt bad that my prayer shawl had blue stripes instead of white. Oh, how I wish I had this tallis on those summer days gone by!