30 January 2009
27 January 2009
You can see I heart ditsy floral print :D (The waist band of that second one is adjustable from the back so I wear it much looser and with a cardigan on top.) Here are some other ASOS dresses from the sale section I certainly wouldn't wrinkle my nose at:Get shopping at ASOS here!
25 January 2009
Pink shamaghs all the way!
Smart hijabi, all in pink and still modest:
Muna's back, in pink of course and a cool tie-dye headscarf:
A very pretty and modest malay hijab:
And a pink prayer outfit for good measure, wonderful!
And lastly, a pink hijab outfit I made just for the occasion:
Hope you all like pink hijabs too! :D
23 January 2009
22 January 2009
Hope you liked my maxi tips! :D
21 January 2009
..and here is the finished look, I've used high boots because the skirt is mid-calf length and coupled it with a long, loose cardigan for an up to the minute style which will also cover up you accentuated waist ^-^
19 January 2009
15 January 2009
I found quite a few Indian hijab photos so I have put the nicest ones together:
Indian Hijab Styles
One scarf, 3 styles from 3 Indian school girls:
14 January 2009
Now, I am quite an open minded person and I hate saying that this is "haram or that is bida or you're a kaffir" at the end of the day everyone has logic and that's what they will be judged by however, I really think hijab is not just a bit of cloth or an extra layer of clothing.
12 January 2009
09 January 2009
This is such a pretty outfit especially for young Muslimahs at college or university and the prices are also very student friendly, yay! (I have substituted the brown waist belt with a somewhat more suitable brown bag)
All in all, the whole outfit amounts to $95.20 or £62.72 which in my opinion is a very good bargain indeed! Here are the links to buy the top, coat, flats, bag, scarf and jeans. So get shopping! ^-^ More bargain outfits coming soon Insh'Allah
07 January 2009
05 January 2009
The reason why I'm writing this is because I have recently been watching this Arabic programme on MBC called 'Ma'a Joelle Ahahla' which translates to 'Prettier with Joelle'. It's basically a makeover programme that gets normal looking hijabies and non hijabies all transformed into a prettier them..but with surgery. Breast enlargements, nose jobs, botox, lipo, you name it and its been done on the show and very much normalised. In fact, by the end of it they look like different people no joke! But it's not this that annoys me about the show, it's the way they have advertised it. Basically, there's this average looking husband and a pretty wife watching TV and he's not paying her any attention, then Joelle (the plastic presenter above) suddenly pops out of nowhere and transforms the wife with a click of her fingers into this busty, plastic barbie doll and suddenly her husband's all interested in her. That's what makes me mad!!! Basically the message is that even if you are nice and naturally pretty and your husband is a minger you still have to have surgery for him to be interested. What a load of bull, I won't get married if that's how it goes! Anyway, I just want opinions to see what other Muslimahs think about it but in my opinion, if it's just to make you look nicer it's most likely haram because that money could be better spent.
04 January 2009
The whole outfit together isn't for me but I do think it looks sweet anyway. I love this next one though:
Remember, if you're wearing a top that's embellished like that, never wear a necklace it's just too much!
Ohh, a hooded abaya they look so cool but I prefer them when they aren't up lol..
Next, an interesting photo taken for a Malaysian magazine:
You'll always find a hijabi fighting crime somewhere, I love it :D
And last but defiantly not least, Nabila who pops up every week with a new outfit, to check out any more of her outfits click on Nabila's Pick Of The Week in 'My Faves' section.
I hope you liked discovering more about Malay hijab style! This post was done by the request of ekantona ^-