Traditional Jewish Women are drawn to our half shirts, here at Halftee. While there are small details which may differ from community to community, traditional women's Jewish clothing tends to include sleeves that cover the elbows, shirts that cover the collarbone, skirts that cover the knees and clothing that is not too tight-fitting. In some Jewish communities women also wear stockings or tights to help cover their legs. Needless to say they are very series about modesty. Jewish women have very similar dress standards as the women in the Muslim religion. Women in both religions have dedicated their lives to modesty. I read a little comment on Yahoo Answers from a young women that was getting ready to convert to Judaism. She was concerned with how she could dress within the tznius standards, and still keep some sense of style and fashion. So many women out there are wondering the same way. They are all looking for "solutions" to their constant struggles between their faith and their desire to look "put together."