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with rise of conservative evangelicals, low hemlines and modest frocks capture market share in brazilwith rise of conservative evangelicals, low hemlines and modest frocks capture market share in brazilwith rise of conservative evangelicals, low hemlines

by:Teesso     2019-11-21
Itabole, Brazil
Stroll through the main shopping sites of this job
This is not the second one on the outskirts of Rio.
Stunning pink spandex dress, eye-catching, and even a shoulder-less top with strategically placed peekaboo paneling.
Instead, the latest look can be found in stores like Silca Evangelical Fashion, where the hot items are demure, long-
How to match long sleeve dresslow-can-you-
Go to the skirt and polyester putty-
Colorful potato sack dress
In the birthplace of \"fio dental\" or dental floss bikini, so-
Fashion known as evangelism has become part of the country\'s $52 billion growtha-
Textile industry, catering to the conservative clothing needs of the emerging population of Brazil
Pentecost.
It used to be difficult to buy evangelical women who often made a lot of clothes themselves. now this modest dress has appeared all over Brazil.
On the small street of Itaborai in the outskirts of Rio, not one but two evangelical clothing stores compete to dress for believers.
Twenty years ago, M & A fashion started as a traditional clothing store, selling the short and tight styles favored by the tropical country, but turned to evangelical products five years ago.
The Silca Evangelical costume, two doors down, opens in the march.
\"In the past, the word \'evangelic\' had a cheesy connotation,\" said Marcelo Batista, M & A manager who converted from Catholic church ten years ago.
\"But now, we are not afraid to show who we are.
\"The evangelical women are now proud to wear this dress,\" he said . \" He pointed to a pile of long clothes,
Denim skirt and rib sweater 100
Plus the amount of heat, just look at them and it\'s enough to make you sweat.
Launch in the medium term
19 th century by American missionaries, new in Brazil
The Pentecostal church has long been regarded as a fringe group.
Radical missionary activities, especially among the poor and the deprived, have dramatically increased the number of communities in recent decades, weakening Brazil\'s status as the world\'s largest Catholic country
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, evangelists accounted for more than the population in 1980.
In the 2010 census, more than 42 million people, accounting for 0. 19 billion people in the country, considered themselves evangelists.
Some statisticians predict that if the current trend remains the same, evangelical Christians may become the majority here by 2030.
With the increasing number of people, political and economic strength is becoming more and more obvious.
Three senators and 63 congressional delegates belong to the evangelical church, and a candidate linked to the ecumenical church is well ahead of the polls ahead of next month\'s election for mayor of Sao Paulo, South America\'s largest city.
The Universal Church also has a television record of one of Brazil\'s major television networks.
Still, the gospel of Brazil is far from being united.
Nowadays, the owners of the local Pentecostal sect have their own dress code, ranging from severe to tolerant.
Gospel men will also dress well.
Long-sleeved shirts and casual pants that are easier to buy in regular stores.
In some rallies, women wear typical Brazilian clothes, vests and shorts in their daily lives, in dignified skirts and shoulders --
Cover the top only for the service.
In other cases, women should hide at any time, except at home with their husbands, and not even take off their bodies --
Hide robes on the beach
A few days later, the conservative Catholic priest Marcos Pereira said his church\'s strict dress code had its foundation in the Bible.
The church banned women from wearing red and black trousers and encouraged the use of robes.
\"The Bible orders women to wear such clothes.
\"It says that women\'s bodies should not be shown only for everyone, but only for their husbands,\" Pereira said . \" In addition, compliance with the church\'s dress code \"is a way for women to communicate with God. ”Sao Paulo-
The clothing produced by the Joyaly brand is geared towards the gentle evangelists, who usually cover their shoulders and knees, completely avoiding women\'s pants.
Launched in 1990, the brand is one of the oldest and most expensive brands in the evangelical brand, and its clothing is widely regarded as the best in the industry.
Here are the best sellersthe-
The knee denim dress is the main item in most evangelical women\'s wardrobe and retails for between $60 and $75, while the dress costs about $75 and $100.
The label does not make anything transparent, nor does it make the pants transparent.
Alison Flores, business director, said the brand was the result of his mother\'s constant efforts to find clothes that meet the standards of humility in the family church.
\"Because she has a real entrepreneur spirit, she decided to look at the issue as a business opportunity,\" he said . \".
\"She started to do things for the ladies in the church, and then through word of mouth, ladies from other churches and so on.
People will come to the real outdoors from all over the world. of-the-
We lived nearby at that time.
\"There are too many things suppressed --
Demand has increased because until then, there was little attention to the public, \"Flores said.
Ten years later, the family-run company opened a store in Sao Paulo\'s bra clothing area, becoming the only evangelical brand.
\"It really shocked people.
They will come over and make a double.
Take it and say, \'What the hell is this? ’ ” he said.
The area is now occupied. a-
Evangelical brands stop.
A newcomer like this is Kauly, a 10-year-
An old family business label born again five years ago.
\"We stumbled upon it after doing some more calm, conservative work,\" Catholic director Fabricio Pais said . \".
\"They sell very well and we said, \'Wait, it\'s fun.
Six months later, in order to cater to the evangelical consumers, we decided to completely change our products.
Pais said: \"Since then, the profit of the brand has increased by about every year.
The association representing the Brazilian textile industry did not retain statistics on the growth of niche industries, but a recent publication by the organization stressed that gospel fashion is \"really expanding.
\"The situation has completely changed, and now the professional clothing series of evangelists has attracted the scads of non-evangelists. believers.
Batista, the M & A fashion manager at Itaborai, estimates that about the store\'s customers are not evangelists.
\"It\'s hard to find clothes that aren\'t too short or that don\'t reveal a lot of cleavage in regular stores, so that for whatever reason, women who don\'t like to show a lot of skin here, he said.
Customer Anna Paula Fernandez agreed.
Two years ago, Fernandez converted to the evangelical church as a non-Catholic. Dressed in cut-
Shorts and white vests with spaghetti allowed by her congregationto-
Fernández said it took her a while to get used to the regular clothes needed for the service.
\"Once, when I first joined, I went to church in my pants and the priest called me on it,\" said the 25-year-old. year-
A seven-year-old manicurist and motheryear-old daughter.
\"It looked strange at first, but now I understand the effect of the clothes you wear on others, not to mention your own self-feeling --worth.
Now, she says she only wears a plain loose dress.
Try on clothes at church
\"I feel very dignified,\" she said . \"
Presitaborai related to Brazil-
Stroll through the main shopping sites of this job
This is not the second one on the outskirts of Rio.
Stunning pink spandex dress, eye-catching, and even a shoulder-less top with strategically placed peekaboo paneling.
Instead, the latest look can be found in stores like Silca Evangelical Fashion, where the hot items are demure, long-
How to match long sleeve dresslow-can-you-
Go to the skirt and polyester putty-
Colorful potato sack dress
In the birthplace of \"fio dental\" or dental floss bikini, so-
Fashion known as evangelism has become part of the country\'s $52 billion growtha-
Textile industry, catering to the conservative clothing needs of the emerging population of Brazil
Pentecost.
It used to be difficult to buy evangelical women who often made a lot of clothes themselves. now this modest dress has appeared all over Brazil.
On the small street of Itaborai in the outskirts of Rio, not one but two evangelical clothing stores compete to dress for believers.
Twenty years ago, M & A fashion started as a traditional clothing store, selling the short and tight styles favored by the tropical country, but turned to evangelical products five years ago.
The Silca Evangelical costume, two doors down, opens in the march.
\"In the past, the word \'evangelic\' had a cheesy connotation,\" said Marcelo Batista, M & A manager who converted from Catholic church ten years ago.
\"But now, we are not afraid to show who we are.
\"The evangelical women are now proud to wear this dress,\" he said . \" He pointed to a pile of long clothes,
Denim skirt and rib sweater 100
Plus the amount of heat, just look at them and it\'s enough to make you sweat.
Launch in the medium term
19 th century by American missionaries, new in Brazil
The Pentecostal church has long been regarded as a fringe group.
Radical missionary activities, especially among the poor and the deprived, have dramatically increased the number of communities in recent decades, weakening Brazil\'s status as the world\'s largest Catholic country
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, evangelists accounted for more than the population in 1980.
In the 2010 census, more than 42 million people, accounting for 0. 19 billion people in the country, considered themselves evangelists.
Some statisticians predict that if the current trend remains the same, evangelical Christians may become the majority here by 2030.
With the increasing number of people, political and economic strength is becoming more and more obvious.
Three senators and 63 congressional delegates belong to the evangelical church, and a candidate linked to the ecumenical church is well ahead of the polls ahead of next month\'s election for mayor of Sao Paulo, South America\'s largest city.
The Universal Church also has a television record of one of Brazil\'s major television networks.
Still, the gospel of Brazil is far from being united.
Nowadays, the owners of the local Pentecostal sect have their own dress code, ranging from severe to tolerant.
Gospel men will also dress well.
Long-sleeved shirts and casual pants that are easier to buy in regular stores.
In some rallies, women wear typical Brazilian clothes, vests and shorts in their daily lives, in dignified skirts and shoulders --
Cover the top only for the service.
In other cases, women should hide at any time, except at home with their husbands, and not even take off their bodies --
Hide robes on the beach
A few days later, the conservative Catholic priest Marcos Pereira said his church\'s strict dress code had its foundation in the Bible.
The church banned women from wearing red and black trousers and encouraged the use of robes.
\"The Bible orders women to wear such clothes.
\"It says that women\'s bodies should not be shown only for everyone, but only for their husbands,\" Pereira said . \" In addition, compliance with the church\'s dress code \"is a way for women to communicate with God. ”Sao Paulo-
The clothing produced by the Joyaly brand is geared towards the gentle evangelists, who usually cover their shoulders and knees, completely avoiding women\'s pants.
Launched in 1990, the brand is one of the oldest and most expensive brands in the evangelical brand, and its clothing is widely regarded as the best in the industry.
Here are the best sellersthe-
The knee denim dress is the main item in most evangelical women\'s wardrobe and retails for between $60 and $75, while the dress costs about $75 and $100.
The label does not make anything transparent, nor does it make the pants transparent.
Alison Flores, business director, said the brand was the result of his mother\'s constant efforts to find clothes that meet the standards of humility in the family church.
\"Because she has a real entrepreneur spirit, she decided to look at the issue as a business opportunity,\" he said . \".
\"She started to do things for the ladies in the church, and then through word of mouth, ladies from other churches and so on.
People will come to the real outdoors from all over the world. of-the-
We lived nearby at that time.
\"There are too many things suppressed --
Demand has increased because until then, there was little attention to the public, \"Flores said.
Ten years later, the family-run company opened a store in Sao Paulo\'s bra clothing area, becoming the only evangelical brand.
\"It really shocked people.
They will come over and make a double.
Take it and say, \'What the hell is this? ’ ” he said.
The area is now occupied. a-
Evangelical brands stop.
A newcomer like this is Kauly, a 10-year-
An old family business label born again five years ago.
\"We stumbled upon it after doing some more calm, conservative work,\" Catholic director Fabricio Pais said . \".
\"They sell very well and we said, \'Wait, it\'s fun.
Six months later, in order to cater to the evangelical consumers, we decided to completely change our products.
Pais said: \"Since then, the profit of the brand has increased by about every year.
The association representing the Brazilian textile industry did not retain statistics on the growth of niche industries, but a recent publication by the organization stressed that gospel fashion is \"really expanding.
\"The situation has completely changed, and now the professional clothing series of evangelists has attracted the scads of non-evangelists. believers.
Batista, the M & A fashion manager at Itaborai, estimates that about the store\'s customers are not evangelists.
\"It\'s hard to find clothes that aren\'t too short or that don\'t reveal a lot of cleavage in regular stores, so that for whatever reason, women who don\'t like to show a lot of skin here, he said.
Customer Anna Paula Fernandez agreed.
Two years ago, Fernandez converted to the evangelical church as a non-Catholic. Dressed in cut-
Shorts and white vests with spaghetti allowed by her congregationto-
Fernández said it took her a while to get used to the regular clothes needed for the service.
\"Once, when I first joined, I went to church in my pants and the priest called me on it,\" said the 25-year-old. year-
A seven-year-old manicurist and motheryear-old daughter.
\"It looked strange at first, but now I understand the effect of the clothes you wear on others, not to mention your own self-feeling --worth.
Now, she says she only wears a plain loose dress.
Try on clothes at church
\"I feel very dignified,\" she said . \"
Presitaborai related to Brazil-
Stroll through the main shopping sites of this job
This is not the second one on the outskirts of Rio.
Stunning pink spandex dress, eye-catching, and even a shoulder-less top with strategically placed peekaboo paneling.
Instead, the latest look can be found in stores like Silca Evangelical Fashion, where the hot items are demure, long-
How to match long sleeve dresslow-can-you-
Go to the skirt and polyester putty-
Colorful potato sack dress
In the birthplace of \"fio dental\" or dental floss bikini, so-
Fashion known as evangelism has become part of the country\'s $52 billion growtha-
Textile industry, catering to the conservative clothing needs of the emerging population of Brazil
Pentecost.
It used to be difficult to buy evangelical women who often made a lot of clothes themselves. now this modest dress has appeared all over Brazil.
On the small street of Itaborai in the outskirts of Rio, not one but two evangelical clothing stores compete to dress for believers.
Twenty years ago, M & A fashion started as a traditional clothing store, selling the short and tight styles favored by the tropical country, but turned to evangelical products five years ago.
The Silca Evangelical costume, two doors down, opens in the march.
\"In the past, the word \'evangelic\' had a cheesy connotation,\" said Marcelo Batista, M & A manager who converted from Catholic church ten years ago.
\"But now, we are not afraid to show who we are.
\"The evangelical women are now proud to wear this dress,\" he said . \" He pointed to a pile of long clothes,
Denim skirt and rib sweater 100
Plus the amount of heat, just look at them and it\'s enough to make you sweat.
Launch in the medium term
19 th century by American missionaries, new in Brazil
The Pentecostal church has long been regarded as a fringe group.
Radical missionary activities, especially among the poor and the deprived, have dramatically increased the number of communities in recent decades, weakening Brazil\'s status as the world\'s largest Catholic country
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, evangelists accounted for more than the population in 1980.
In the 2010 census, more than 42 million people, accounting for 0. 19 billion people in the country, considered themselves evangelists.
Some statisticians predict that if the current trend remains the same, evangelical Christians may become the majority here by 2030.
With the increasing number of people, political and economic strength is becoming more and more obvious.
Three senators and 63 congressional delegates belong to the evangelical church, and a candidate linked to the ecumenical church is well ahead of the polls ahead of next month\'s election for mayor of Sao Paulo, South America\'s largest city.
The Universal Church also has a television record of one of Brazil\'s major television networks.
Still, the gospel of Brazil is far from being united.
Nowadays, the owners of the local Pentecostal sect have their own dress code, ranging from severe to tolerant.
Gospel men will also dress well.
Long-sleeved shirts and casual pants that are easier to buy in regular stores.
In some rallies, women wear typical Brazilian clothes, vests and shorts in their daily lives, in dignified skirts and shoulders --
Cover the top only for the service.
In other cases, women should hide at any time, except at home with their husbands, and not even take off their bodies --
Hide robes on the beach
A few days later, the conservative Catholic priest Marcos Pereira said his church\'s strict dress code had its foundation in the Bible.
The church banned women from wearing red and black trousers and encouraged the use of robes.
\"The Bible orders women to wear such clothes.
\"It says that women\'s bodies should not be shown only for everyone, but only for their husbands,\" Pereira said . \" In addition, compliance with the church\'s dress code \"is a way for women to communicate with God. ”Sao Paulo-
The clothing produced by the Joyaly brand is geared towards the gentle evangelists, who usually cover their shoulders and knees, completely avoiding women\'s pants.
Launched in 1990, the brand is one of the oldest and most expensive brands in the evangelical brand, and its clothing is widely regarded as the best in the industry.
Here are the best sellersthe-
The knee denim dress is the main item in most evangelical women\'s wardrobe and retails for between $60 and $75, while the dress costs about $75 and $100.
The label does not make anything transparent, nor does it make the pants transparent.
Alison Flores, business director, said the brand was the result of his mother\'s constant efforts to find clothes that meet the standards of humility in the family church.
\"Because she has a real entrepreneur spirit, she decided to look at the issue as a business opportunity,\" he said . \".
\"She started to do things for the ladies in the church, and then through word of mouth, ladies from other churches and so on.
People will come to the real outdoors from all over the world. of-the-
We lived nearby at that time.
\"There are too many things suppressed --
Demand has increased because until then, there was little attention to the public, \"Flores said.
Ten years later, the family-run company opened a store in Sao Paulo\'s bra clothing area, becoming the only evangelical brand.
\"It really shocked people.
They will come over and make a double.
Take it and say, \'What the hell is this? ’ ” he said.
The area is now occupied. a-
Evangelical brands stop.
A newcomer like this is Kauly, a 10-year-
An old family business label born again five years ago.
\"We stumbled upon it after doing some more calm, conservative work,\" Catholic director Fabricio Pais said . \".
\"They sell very well and we said, \'Wait, it\'s fun.
Six months later, in order to cater to the evangelical consumers, we decided to completely change our products.
Pais said: \"Since then, the profit of the brand has increased by about every year.
The association representing the Brazilian textile industry did not retain statistics on the growth of niche industries, but a recent publication by the organization stressed that gospel fashion is \"really expanding.
\"The situation has completely changed, and now the professional clothing series of evangelists has attracted the scads of non-evangelists. believers.
Batista, the M & A fashion manager at Itaborai, estimates that about the store\'s customers are not evangelists.
\"It\'s hard to find clothes that aren\'t too short or that don\'t reveal a lot of cleavage in regular stores, so that for whatever reason, women who don\'t like to show a lot of skin here, he said.
Customer Anna Paula Fernandez agreed.
Two years ago, Fernandez converted to the evangelical church as a non-Catholic. Dressed in cut-
Shorts and white vests with spaghetti allowed by her congregationto-
Fernández said it took her a while to get used to the regular clothes needed for the service.
\"Once, when I first joined, I went to church in my pants and the priest called me on it,\" said the 25-year-old. year-
A seven-year-old manicurist and motheryear-old daughter.
\"It looked strange at first, but now I understand the effect of the clothes you wear on others, not to mention your own self-feeling --worth.
Now, she says she only wears a plain loose dress.
Try on clothes at church
\"I feel very dignified,\" she said . \"
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