Daughters of Zion (Isaiah)
God told the prophet Isaiah about the wickedness of the daughters of Zion and how God would be punish them.
Moreover, the Lord said, "Because the daughters of Zion are proud
And walk with outstretched necks and seductive (flirtatious, alluring) eyes,
And trip along with mincing steps and an affected gait
And walk with jingling anklets on their feet,
Therefore the Lord will afflict the crown of the head of the daughters of Zion with scabs [making them bald],
And the Lord will expose their foreheads (send them into captivity)."
In that day the Lord will take away the beauty of their anklets, [braided] caps, crescent [head] ornaments, dangling earrings, bracelets, and the hanging veils and scarves, head wraps (turbans), [short, jingling] ankle chains, sashes, perfume boxes, amulets (charms), signet [finger] rings, nose rings, festival robes, outer tunics, shawls, handbags, hand mirrors, [fine linen] undergarments, headbands, and veils [covering the entire body].
Now it will come to pass that instead of the sweet fragrance of spices there will be [the stench of] rottenness;
Instead of a belt, a rope;
Instead of well-set hair, baldness;
Instead of fine clothes, a robe of sackcloth;
And branding [of captives by the scorching heat] instead of beauty.
Your men will fall by the sword
And your mighty men in battle.
And Jerusalem’s gates will lament (cry out in grief) and mourn [as those who wail for the dead];
And she, being ruined and desolate, will sit upon the ground.— Isaiah 3:16–3:26 (AMP)
God also showed Isaiah how seven women would repent and ask to share a man's name in marriage.
And in that day seven women will take hold of one man, saying,We will eat our own food and wear [and provide] our own clothes; only let us be called by your name; take away our shame [of being unmarried].— Isaiah 4:1 (AMP)
God also showed Isaiah how paradise would be established, which involved
wash[ing] away the [moral] filth of the daughters of Zion.
In that day the Branch of the Lord will be splendid and glorious, and the fruit of the land will be excellent and lovely to those of Israel who have survived. It will come to pass that he who is left in Zion and remains in Jerusalem will be called holy (set apart for God)—everyone who is recorded for [eternal] life in Jerusalem. When the Lord has washed away the [moral] filth of the daughters of Zion and has cleansed the bloodstains of Jerusalem from her midst, by the spirit of judgment and by the spirit of burning, then the Lord will create over the entire site of Mount Zion and over her assemblies, a cloud by day, smoke, and the brightness of a flaming fire by night; for over all the glory and brilliance will be a canopy [a defense, a covering of His divine love and protection]. And there will be a pavilion for shade from the heat by day, and a refuge and a shelter from the storm and the rain.— Isaiah 4:1–4:6 (AMP)