Tag Archives: muslimah fashion

ESPRIT S/S16 Fashion Show

The ESPRIT S/S16 Fashion Preview recently took place at the Andreaa’s Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, JBR, and simply put everything about the collection was about casual chic. The S/S 16 collection was effortlessly cool and had a definite touch of the 70’s flair put into it.

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Pop Of Yellow

The weather in the city has been absolutely lovely for the past few days and I wanted to make the most of it by exploring the back streets of Satwa. Trench coats have flooded High street stores and I wanted to make the most of mine during our so called ‘winter’. Read more…

Lunch date at Almaz by Momo

It’s been a while since I went to the JBR walk, and I totally forgot how fun and vibrant the place is. The whole walk has been renovated with play areas for kids, beanie bags on the beach, and for all the gymoholics, there’s even a weight lighting podium ! I guess it’s much-needed since the strip has a huge array of mouth-watering restaurants.

My girlfriend and I were craving some Moroccan food and lo and behold we spot the infamous Almaz by MOMO. Read more…

Color Block your Stripes

Coat Check
Coat Check by zhijaab featuring Surya



Pretty peaches and colorful Pastels. I’ve totally been feeling this Midnight Blue and wanted to incorporate it into my Summer Fashion Inspiration Set. I know Summer is usually about bright colors but every now and then a contrast color actually ‘pop’s your overall look.

Inspired by American Hustle

hijabi fashion style

Here I am , pretending not to pose, while actually posing 😛

I hardly take pics of myself, but my girlies were totally digging my outfit for our Girl’s night out at Caramel, DIFC ,so it was the perfect photo opportunity to post on my blog – and yes, I’ve been slightly MIA, I truly do apologize.
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Kaftan Kraze

Kaftan Kraze

Hijab Friendly trends hit the runway 2013

Louis Vuitton resort 2013

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Working My Hijaab 3 – Turkish Inspired

I wanted to try something new and have been really inspired by the way Turkish women wear their hijaab. I just halved my Gai Mattiolo hijaab, wrapped it around my neck twice and softly tied a knot at the back. Pretty easy and a more relaxed look. I’m also wearing my favorite peplum jacket that I bought in Turkey  from Taksim square. Hope you ladies enjoy it !