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A skirt that was once considered an art piece for those who wore it to church, synagogue, synagogue events and other occasions can now be an item of chic clothing that even your grandmother would find a bit risqué.

A new study by the Jewish Agency, the country’s main rabbinic body, has shown that there is growing interest in old, colorful skirt styles that are more appropriate for men and women.

Rabbi Yoav Kagan-Levi of Yeshivat Gan in Jerusalem said he believes that, for the first time, skirts that are traditionally worn by men and worn by women are starting to find favor in the fashion industry.

Kagan-Li, who was born in England and is now based in Israel, said he and his colleagues have been working with designers in Israel to find ways to present skirts in a more flattering way, which he says will also make them more practical for everyday life.

A recent survey of 1,000 Israeli women and men found that women have begun wearing skirts with more detailing than men, with some even wearing them as underwear, the agency reported.

But a skirt that is normally seen as too revealing and a skirt with a little too much detail can also make it look too feminine, Kagan and his fellow rabbis said.

The results were announced Thursday by Yeshiva University professor Dr. Yair Regev, who said he hopes that the study will spur more interest in the classic styles that make skirts look and feel so much more feminine.

Regev said he hoped the survey will help rabbis and fashion designers come up with ways to appeal to the different needs of men and girls.

In the study, a survey of 442 Israeli women ages 18 to 64 was conducted.

The survey found that 65 percent of women and 46 percent of men had worn an old, brightly colored skirt in the past.

But the study also showed that more than a third of respondents said they would be more likely to wear a skirt if it had a skirt at the hem, a skirt around the knees and a slit down the back, with a skirt below the knees.

The survey also found that 62 percent of respondents would be less likely to purchase a skirt because it was too much like an old jacket or a dress.

The study also found there was a preference for older styles that were not particularly comfortable.

Among the older styles were a skirt about two-thirds of the way down the thigh, a full skirt about half of the thigh and a small skirt that did not touch the knees, said Kagan.

Many older skirts are considered “too old” for younger women.

The study found that among the younger women surveyed, only 29 percent would consider wearing a skirt similar to a suit jacket and another 21 percent would wear a full-length skirt.

A skirt that fits well on the body is the best option for younger, curvier women, the study said.

Men and women also are looking for more comfortable, feminine skirts.

The researchers found that men prefer skirts that fall over the hips and that are longer and with less detail than those that fall below the hips.

And for women, they said, they are more likely than men to prefer a skirt or a skirt style that has a slit.

While skirts can be worn as an underwear or underpants, they can also be worn on their own or with a sweater, T-shirt, blouse, skirt or other clothing.

Kegs, which are popular with young women, are also becoming popular in the Jewish community.

Kiva Gershon, an associate professor of marketing at Yeshivas University and the head of the department of apparel at the department, said she is also seeing a trend among older women who are more comfortable wearing skirts on their hips.

Kigal, the woman who lives in a neighborhood in Beit She’an that is filled with the same vintage-looking clothing, said the study showed her that skirts are not just for older women, but also young women.

She said that women who wear skirts should not only be able to wear them, but they should be comfortable with them and that skirts can work with them, too.

Kershon said he has been impressed by how well the study has shown how much interest in skirts has grown in the country.

He said that even among the women who were most likely to consider buying a skirt, there was also an interest among women who said they wanted a skirt to compliment their shoes.