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Therefore pants are considered clothing designed for men, and women are not to wear it.
There is another reason why women don't wear pants.
When the bride gives a ring to the bridegroom during the ceremony, she will put it directly on his left ring finger. Brides usually visit the mikvah (ritual bath) the morning of their wedding day (or as close to that day as possible) as an act of purification.
Brides and bridegrooms are encouraged to fast on their wedding day until the ceremony.
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This finger is chosen because it is said to go directly to the soul, and because it is used as the "pointer" when reading the Torah.
The bride usually puts the ring on the left ring after the ceremony.
Yeshivish traditional Orthodox Jewish Clothing Yeshivish in general, including the new Sephardic generation in Israel that became influenced by the Yeshivish, wear more modern clothing and match it (up to a point) the elegant spirit of European fashion.
They wear dark pants, a white buttoned shirt, short suit, tie and a black hat.
In Orthodox ceremonies, the bridegroom is honored by being called to read from the Torah (called an Aliyah) in the synagogue on the Sabbath before the wedding. In some synagogues, the women of the congregation throw candy and nuts at the bridegroom as he completes his recitation of the benedictions to wish the couple a sweet and fertile life.