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Free Snood Giveaway

by tzniutfashion / October 03, 2011

ModestAnytime.com is offering a free snood giveaway to its subscribers on 2 Kislev, 5772 (Monday, November 28, 2011), in time for Chanukah.

Modest Anytime offers one-of-a-kind modest garments for modest women. All of our products are handmade with a sewing machine and/or serger in  limited quantities that you can't find duplicated anywhere. You will be happy to know that your garments are custom designed and handmade and not mass-produced, and that your garments purchased at ModestAnytime.com are unique and only a few lucky patrons will be wearing our unique designs.

Being modest in dress is extremely important in a Jewish woman's service to Hashem. May our modest garments reflect your desire to serve Hashem b'simcha with a unique perspective.  Thank you for patronizing our store.

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