Modernizing Modesty with Islamic Fashions and Accessories

It is common practice worldwide for us to size each other up and pass judgment based on how we look and dress both formally and informally. Cultural considerations not withstanding, the public image we tend to present is interpreted not merely as a statement but is also an innate manifestation of our primal urge to be liked, recognized and accepted by society. Any discussion of Islamic fashions is sure to universally spotlight not just the social acceptance quotient but also a sense of tradition which has its roots in religious belief. Does that mean that Muslim women are obligated to engage in an ongoing juggling act in which Islamic fashion trends are precariously balanced with traditional beliefs on either end of the fashion spectrum? We do not believe so and therefore let us find out more.


Islamic fashions Past and Present


The conservative approach to Muslim clothing for women suggested and recommended by Muslim edict has often been misinterpreted by zealots and skeptics in the past. Simply put, the edict, also known as the “Shari'a,” merely states that women should dress modestly and should consider covering themselves to the extent possible. Nowhere does it specify colors, shades and patterns. Therefore, any experimentation with styles and designs remains well within the norms. After all, fashion is all about self-expression and Islamic fashions are certainly no exception as long as the underlying considerations are gently preserved.


Stylish Muslim Clothing that is first Conservative

If you take a moment to closely examine the latest Muslim fashion trends at the international level, you will notice that just about all the leading fashion designers who have ventured into the Islamic fashion space have been received very warmly not just by the media but also by the global Muslim community. Ambassadors of fashion like Dior, Blumarine, John Galliano and Hind Beljafla continue to be patronized by the rich and the famous, by the royal houses of the Middle East, and by their ardent fans from the community.  This is perhaps why you will find such a large variety in the choices you can make on our website with respect to Muslim fashions for the ladies not to mention the fine accessories we have up for grabs. Bottom line? As long as your outfits are conservative and your dressing sense is elegant, the community will respect you. This is precisely why our abayas, hijabs and jilbabs are so unique and yet so traditional. WE can even hem and alter your favorite outfits for you from our collection. With the festival season round the corner, it is the perfect time to explore our fashion lines and place your order promptly. So why not explore our website, find what you like, and ask us to send it to you?

Rizwana Anjum

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