. . . the thoughts of a fashion-loving british arab.
These two look like they're defending themselves from some sort of incoming blow.. The sleeves are great though :D
But my two favorites have to be..
lovely! i lvoe them too! I would totally wear abaya if I lived somewhere that actually had other muslimas. I live in a town were only me and my mum wear it. LOL. there are other muslims but they dont wear it.♥ The Veiled Bump
Asalaamu AlaikumLove the chinese one.
Indonesian Prince: If you need an Arabic to English translator, this is a good site to use:http://www.stars21.com/translator/english_to_arabic.htmlOr use this site if you want it translated into Arabic with English lettering:http://www.firdaous.com/en/?15-a If these do not help, leave what you want translated in the comments and I will give you the translation without posting your question. Salam
You could probably add buttons to sleeves. I think Salvation Army or Good Will often have loose buttons you buy. You can often buy them by the bag at a fabric store as well.
i have tagged you sister thanks for the support ...http://fortheloveofislam12.blogspot.com/2010/07/my-first-award-yaaay-lol.html
'Al Tayran'.. Check this site out, it reads it for you:http://www.forvo.com/languages/ar/
Salam Alaykum, I came across your blog moments ago and I absolutely love it! Personally, I wish I had the guts to wear an abaya (I'm still in the skirts and loose jeans/material pants stage, sadly lol) but I love dramatic sleeves, and that last abaya is to die for! It's simple but elegant at the same time, and it's purple :DAnywhoo, thanks for posting & keep up the great work! :)
Assalamu AlaikumWow, i absolutely love those last two. They're simple and beautiful and i'm loving the hooded look! Do you know any place that sells these type of abayas?
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