What Do Jews Wear?

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Many Jews wear beards and ear locks, and black clothes. The black clothing is a symbolic expression of divrai yirah shomayim, which means “fearing heaven”. Orthodox Jews also wear a prayer belt, with the men also wearing a black hat and a streimel.
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Jewish wear a white robe called kittel, a wig called shaytl and they have a prayer shawl and fringes called Tallit and Tzitzit. The women have a head covering called Tichl.
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