Saturday, January 22, 2011

Jilbab or Clothing with a Headscarf

The toughest stance by Muslim scholars for women's dress, is for the whole body to be covered with loose clothing and the face covered with a Niqab and even the eyes should be covered with a veil. The softest stance is for a Muslim woman to wear a loose Jilbab or clothing with a headscarf. The way a Muslim woman is identified is by her wearing the Jilbab and Hijab (a headscarf), whilst other Muslim women may choose not to wear Islamic clothing but are practicing Islam as they deem practical or suitable to them, which according to Islam is very sinful.
















































Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Jilbab and Where Do You Buy Them

So you have a presentation coming up or a play production or perhaps you're a Muslim immigrant bringing their religion with them and you want to be able to buy your clothing the same as you did back home. After all, there aren't really many places that sell the jilbab - so what's an immigrant to do? How exactly do you go about retaining your religious beliefs while at the same time wearing the clothes that you always have? The same goes for the jilbab-it could mean any type of head-covering for a Muslim woman.














































Sunday, January 16, 2011

Even Designe have Style Scarves

Scarves which many people refer to as Muslim "scarfs" are in vogue these days. They have become common not only to the people in the eastern region but are also being widely accepted in the western world. Not only women even men have taken to tying scarves around their necks as fashion statement. The range and variety of scarves as a fashion item has increased and so has its scope. Even designers have taken to designing scarves. You will be amazed by the detailed patterns that these headscarves portray.