05 September 2011

Waterfall Cardigan & Maxi Skirt Combo

Waterfall Cardigan



In my opinion, the best cardigan for a maxi skirt is a flowy waterfall style one. Give it a try, I think you'll like it :D

7 comments:

Naheed said...

Asalam alaikum sisters, please i need help. over ramadhan Alhumdulillah i started wearing hijaab to the extent not caring about the security gaurd who i was so scared to face one the first day to work with it on. I know im pathetic!!!! and all he did was smile at me while i justified my scarf to Ramadhan. i then overcame the nursey workers when one asked me; oh mummy your wearing a scary, i joked back oh my hair is wet, just coving it till it dries, i knowwwww im stuuuppppiiiddd!!!

my family think its a phase and it is temping to take off as a very close wedding is coming up, but i really want to see this through InshAllah.

ok here's the problem; in the morning the hijaab is drapped and feels secure with pins etc.. after a few hours it looks pathetic its all wonky, hair slipping out, i really look like a mad muslimah, i feel embarresed.

please is there any product in a hijaab market or range that is secure, like velco types i dont like the really tight wrapped face hijaab look. just a stylish way to wear it. im getting to a stage where im thinking of giving up. i was out shopping today and happened to catch a glipmse of myself in a mirror and i just did not know where to look.

thanks so much

Jazakallh

Naheed

Sishi Semet said...

great selection! I love waterfall style, but never wore it since am not sure how it gonna compliment my hijab. I thought it'll make some additional volume to my chest. But its pretty and I wanna give it a try.. :)

Stylish Muslimah said...

Naheed: Aww your comment made me smile, it's great that you have decided to wear it m/A :) I would advise you to search 'hijab tutorials' on YouTube - there are many on there so you are bound to find a style that is right for you.

I remember when I started wearing it I would use undercaps and LOTS of pins to keep it secure. Now I don't use caps or pins because I learnt how to make the scarf stay put. That was mainly through watching tutorials and experimenting with styles.

Good luck :)
Salam

Stylish Muslimah said...

Sishi Semet: Lol, yes I see your point. I guess if your bust isn't huge this style should be OK :)
Salam

Fahmida said...

Naheed, I would recommend you to visit http://www.pearl-daisy.com/. When I started wearing my hijab which was also last Ramadhan i followed this site ordered hijabs and viewed youtube tutorials from Ameina, amazing and easy to follow give it a try.

Zur said...

Assalamualaikum,

I love your blog so much, there are so many tips that i need for my everyday appearance. Thanks for the tips for dressing for formal party, mix-match the scarft for maxi dress...your writing..they are awesome.

Thank you so much

Regards,
Zur
www.siapalebihtahu.blogspot.com

Stylish Muslimah said...

Salam Zur: Thank you so much :D I'm glad you like it! X