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Today on Tablet

The clothing rules, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall ponders shatnez, the ban against clothing made with two different kinds of fabric, in light of her son’s seemingly equally arbitrary dressing laws. Josh Lambert’s weekly look at forthcoming books of note focuses, appropriately, on beach reads. The Scroll focuses, appropriately, on what’s going on today.

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Aimee says:

Wouldn’t that be Marjorie’s DAUGHTER? Especially since her resolution to Maxie’s “arbitrary dressing laws” involves cotton dresses with leggings?


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