The celebration begins today, the fast is about to end but that doesn’t and shouldn’t affect your sense of style. While during the celebration you would be rocking maxi’s, abaya’s and caftans, prior to that (which is now) you have to have something to wear if you are going out.
The casual style is relaxed and breezy thus creating a great everyday option, if you don’t work or if you are not willing to give up looking great during the work week. However we are here to show you the great casual style’s you can rock as a muslimah this holiday break.
Many Hijabi’s have a boxed view on how their style should be like; many stick to wearing extremely bogus pieces and unimaginative outfits that does nothing to their appearance, many times they even look worse than they actually should.
We are attempting to bridge the gap between being modest and being fashionable because we believe there was never a gap in the first place. So my muslimah’s out there, know this… A chic casual dressing means a well put together outfit using stylish, comfy and fun pieces to achieve a great looking.
Putting together a casual style that borders around maintaining a full covering can seem like a lot of work but it truly isn’t; let’s break it down for you
Hats, scarves, belts, sunglasses, fancy pins etc are part of the accessories that every muslimah should have in her arsenal. Why? Well simple because they make a huge difference in your looks.
Also never be afraid of conventional styles (as you would see samples below) you can always fashion them to fit your taste.
Let’s take a look at some of these amazing chic casual styles combinations for the stylish Muslim woman, shall we; Hafsah Mohammed known as @hafymo on Instagram is our MUSE:
Hafsah Mohammed surely rocks the casual styles like no other don’t you think so? Tell us if you can rock any of these casual styles for Muslim women in the comment section below.[mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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