Monday, December 29, 2008

Go Green

Sunday, December 21, 2008

More Wedding dress options

Both of these are available at Artizara

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Eid Outfit - in progress

I bought the hijab at shukr and the caftan from eshakti. The caftan has splits at the sides. I was contemplating stitching the splits up, but I may opt for wearing a white pants or skirt under it, I still haven't decided.

To spice it up a bit I'll add red shoes, red knee highs and a red purse InshaAllah.

These aren't the exact bag, stockings, and shoes that I will be wearing, I was too lazy to take actual pics so I got these online, I love the style of these shoes though, they are quite unique.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Silver Grey

I came across this blouse and cardigan on JCPenney and decided to build an outfit around it.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Beautiful Hijabi Bride

MashaAllah, this is such a beautiful picture, I wish I could see the rest of the dress, but from what I see, this is by far my favourite.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Modest Wedding Dresses 3

This one is from IslamicBoutique

This one is from Al-Hijab

This one is from NextEve

Modest Wedding Dresses 2

These are from LatterDayBride .

These two are from MyWeddingShop

Bear in mind that the neck and busom should be covered and your figure should not be showing, the dress could be in a larger size to be more loose fitting and a headscarf worn to cover appropriately.

Modest Wedding Dresses 1

I like these from Totally Modest

Friday, November 21, 2008

Ao Dai

The ao dai (áo dài) is a Vietnamese national costume primarily for women. In its current form, it is a tight-fitting silk dress worn over pantaloons. Áo dài is pronounced (ow yai) in the South, and (ow zai) in the North. Áo is derived from a Middle Chinese word meaning "padded coat" In modern Vietnamese, áo refers to an item of clothing that covers from the neck down. Dài means "long." (WikiPedia)

I think the Ao Dai could be 'Islamicized', obviously by not wearing a tight fitting one, try a size or two larger than your normal, and ensure that your pants fully cover your sides and legs.

Wedding Dress Vietnam Style

I like these ao dai from Aoi Dai Vinh
Just add a hijab (headscarf) and you are ready to go.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Love these boots

Both available at Payless Shoe Source

Monday, November 17, 2008

More Customizable Costumes

These costumes could be customized into beautiful abayas

I love the black and red look

I bought this one above

From the 'Costume' section

Wedding Abaya??
Customizable Nativity scene costumes
I bought this one , there are so many ideas flowing for me here.

And this one above...cant wait to sew it

More abaya ideas

In Vogue

Nice blouse, but clearly NOT with those skinny pants.These two below can be customized as a long dress or blouse with long sleeves

This one below can be customized with long sleeves to make a nice trapeze style blouse.


This one can be worn as a blouse.
Three long dress styles in one.

A nice long, loose fitting dress style

Friday, November 14, 2008

Sew what !!!

I like to sew, and fortunately there are patterns available that are 'hijab' ready or that can be customized. What I like to do is wear a dress as a blouse with pants or even a skirt.

For you Muslimahs out there who can sew check out

Here are a few that I found interesting:

These are a few from Butterick

This one can be customized as a long sleeve blouse

Another long sleeve blouse, lengthen the sleeves a bit.

Make this one a bit looser fit, its too close in the waist as is.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Muslimah Swimwear

It's frustrating when you want to swim in public and can't find anything appropriate to wear. Alhamdullilah there are designers these days creating swimwear and sportwear for the active Muslimah.

Here are a few links: I bought one from Primo Moda and I love it.

AquaGym Swimwear
Ahida Burqini
Modest Swim and Sportwear
The Canadian Muslimah

Wednesday, April 9, 2008


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