Hosted by the B’nai Israel Women’s League, an exclusive pre-holiday Funky Frum trunk show arrives in Hampton Roads on Sept. 11 at the Reba and Sam Sandler Family Campus of the Tidewater Jewish Community. The trunk show offers an opportunity to preview and purchase the stylish, yet modest clothes in sizes 2 to 24 that are available through the nation’s leading e-tailer for modest clothing, FunkyFrum.com.
Rachel Lubchansky, founder of Funky Frum, will be at the event to share her inspiring story of transitioning from the high-life in New York’s fashion industry to becoming a more observant Jewish woman and founding Funky Frum.
“Expect a refreshing and fashionable mix of modestly-appropriate skirts, tops, sweaters, blouses, dresses and suits,” says Lubchansky. “Funky Frum offers stylish modest clothing options for all occasions, seasons and environments, and I am confident that the Norfolk women will love our fall collection.”
Funk Frum was founded one year ago to eliminate the frustration modest women endure when looking for contemporary clothing. The savvy e-boutique is a consistent resource ‘for the broad spectrum of modest-dressing modern women who aren’t willing to forgo femininity and style.’ In just one year, Funky Frum has garnered clients in more than 43 states and five countries (at the time of press), extensive press around the U.S., and has developed into the nation’s largest modest fashions e-tailer.
For more details on this event, which takes place between 4 and 8 pm, call 866-828-9178 or visit www.funkyfrum.com. Light refreshments will be served and attendees will receive a free gift with purchase.
August 11, 2006