Fringe Benefits specializes in biblical fashion for the HeBrew Israelite.
Our Fine Garments encourages modesty, but its significance is much deeper. For The Chosen who have been awakened, the garment reminds us of our connection to THE MOST HIGH, our commitment to follow HIS will, and the everlasting covenant made to our Forefathers which is our rightful inheritance.
Why did/do Israelites wear robes?
Hebrews commonly wore robes, sashes (belts), and turbans. Most garments were made of linen (especially the priest's garments), and a few of wool. Very few would have been comprised of both wool and linen threads though (Leviticus 19:19). Often only the wealthy could afford the multitude of fineries mentioned in the Holy Scriptures but almost everyone "wore a robe."
Why did/do Israelites wear tassels?
In the Holy Scriptures, YAHUAH spoke to Moses instructing him to tell the Israelites to make tassels (tzitzit) on the corners of their garments, to help them to remember all the commandments of YAHUAH and to keep them.
"YAHUAH spoke to Moshe instructing him to tell the Israelites to make fringes H6734 צִיצִת (ṣîṣiṯ) with a ribbon of blue in the borders of their garments, to help them to remember all the commandments of YAHUAH and to keep them." Bemidbar • Numbers 15:37-40
“You shall make yourself tassels H1434 גָּדִל (gāḏil) on the four corners of the garment with which you cover yourself." Devariym • Deuteronomy 22:12
Our online store highlights the Ancient Israelite Biblical Culture to the 12 Tribes of Israel.
These 12 Tribes are the representation of ELOHYM'S chosen people, who were the original Israelites before they were removed from their land and scattered globally. They lived by a different set of rules from the rest of the world; they were about kinship, power, and economics. They followed a dress code that was of royal descent and practiced health and wellness while following the instructions of The Most High.
Our goal is to bring awareness of the rich history of a lost culture, a forgotten identity amongst the lost sheep of the House of Yisrael.
To promote, influence and re-introduce to the House of Yisrael a dress code that was and is of royal descent.