. . . the thoughts of a fashion-loving british arab.
I love that girl's abaya and shayla. lol I could care less about the queen.
Oh my my! That is really something! I admire that she put on a scarf even though she could manage not to...
I like the abaya of the woman besides her too! Lovely sleeves and so swishy!
Amal: Your comment made me LOL.. haha :D
I don't respect monarchy (of any kind), but hey at least she's trying. She's 84 years old already -- I wouldn't care what I looked like by that point -- but at least she's giving it a go, and that's a show of respect.
Although I love that she actually is wearing a hijab to fit in/be respectufl/whatever it seriously annoys me when people wear a scarf so that you can still see their hair. Come on, either wear it or don't. You can't have the best of both worlds here. But that being said, I do think it's cool that she does have a scarf on and I love that other girls abaya!
...i actually love that photo...and that abaya is gorgeous...x x
The expression on the Queen's face is "oh my what have I gotten myself into?" I don't think the outfit is regal enough although maybe it looks better in real life.
the girl's abaya is gorgeous..is she princess of Saudi?..She is beautiful..
all you whores are going to hell. Learn how to be a muslim sluts.
Anonymous: If you are a Muslim then I suggest like to go and read what the stated punishment is in the Quran for accusing an innocent woman of illegal sexual activity.If you are not a Muslim.. what google search landed you here? Because I do love to broaden the types of readers on this blog.
Anonymous: You are obviously a very lonely and sad person, I actually feel a tiny bit sorry for you.But again, I direct you to go and read the punishment awaiting people like you. (It's in Surat Nur, in case you don't know)Salaam.
the woman beside the "queen" is beautiful. Love that abaya and im not even a big fan
Oh...it's Indonesian Prince again. Back with a sexist vengeance, ha.The use of words like "whore" only speaks volumes about the crude, vulgar heart of he/she who uses such words. Most likely someone who frequents women in these professions as well. Clean out your own heart before moralizing on others, Indonesian Pauper. This blog is fantastic as are the female, sane readers.
Ludivine: Lol, I would be very surprised if it was the 'Indonesian Prince', his comments were sometimes extreme and a bit rude but they were almost always directed at non-Muslims (not that I agree with that lol). You should have read the other comment, it was really too sick to post :/ TBH with you, I really don't care about these people I just feel a bit sorry for them because they are so astray. May Allah guide us :) Glad you like the blog!Salam xxx
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