23 June 2013

Hijabifying a look for less

I really like the look below so I decided to re-create it to make it slightly more hijab (and day) appropriate.

Source

All items used are £30 or under :)


Sequins

20 comments:

As-Salaam Alaikum said...

Those shorts....pass me the eye bleach.

StylishMuslimah said...

Hahaa, wouldn't recommend that..

A Winter Light said...

As-Salaam Alaykum,

I just wanted to give you a shout out on your blog I've been a fan of yours for over 2 years=) THank You <3

StylishMuslimah said...

Winter Light: Your comment made me so happy, thank you!! :)
Salam xx

I know what hijab means said...

I think you need to look up what the word hijab means, your posts are showing you have no idea,

StylishMuslimah said...

I know what hijab means: I'm glad you do :)

Salam

youmy hicham said...

Love it amazingggg

StylishMuslimah said...

Youmy: Thank youu :)

Salam x

Maja said...

I know this is unrelated to your blog, but I have a question. Muslims often speak of "making duua"(forgive me if I spelled that wrong) for another person, and I was wondering what it means to "make duua" for someone?

God bless you =)

StylishMuslimah said...

Maja: Dua is just an Arabic word for "prayer" or "supplication". We believe it's better to make prayers for others ahead of ourselves and it's common to ask other Muslims to pray for you. I hope this helps!

Salam :) x

Maja said...

Oh okay =) So it's just like when Christians (I'm a christian) ask their friends to pray for them =)

Thank you!

noera t said...

pretty :)

Omani Princess (not Omani...yet) said...

Love the makeover. I'd so wear that if blazers didn't make me look fat:)

StylishMuslimah said...

OPNO: Aw no I bet it doesn't! xD

Salam and Ramadan Kareem! xx

Anonymous said...

are you alllowed to wear this as a muslim? like is it okay to wear sparkly stuff because i thought your supposed to not wear attractive stuff and not show adornments (anything that decorates oneself). Source: surah 24: 31?
im just curious btw, not judging! because it is a cute outfit and wondering if permissable?

StylishMuslimah said...

Anon: I don't see anything wrong with a sparkly top, especially in a western country. The point of hijab is about not showing your figure in a way that is attractive, you can still look good as long as the clothes aren't tight or see-through etc.

Salam x

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Anonymous said...

I would SO wear thisssss <3 in love with the gold top in the picture!