Friday, March 18, 2011

Muslim Women The Hijab Facts

What is a Hijab? This will be a strange question if one is not a Muslim. Hijab is the modest dress for Muslim women, which most Islamic legal systems define as covering everything except the face and hands in public. There is always a misconception among people that the Muslim women are forced to wear Hijab. This thought about Hijabs is absolutely wrong. To make you understand the fact, you have explained the real meaning of Hijabs here. Just keep reading on to discover the truth.
















































Friday, March 11, 2011

Impressive Collection of Embellished Abayas

The recent Bride Show in Abu Dhabi has seen an impressive collection of embellished abayas. Two of them from Oshia Fashion Design were ultra luxurious and extremely stunning and were worth Dh 100,000 each. Abayas by Smooth Lady, Beauty Queen and Princess were also showcased in this show. Thus, we see that the world of fashion has open handedly accepted this ethnic Islamic wear. What originally started off as a traditional Muslim wear for ladies to cover themselves up completely in front of other men, is now been incorporated into the fashion world as a new trend.
















































Monday, March 07, 2011

Jilbab Fashion Of Beautiful Models

Welcome to the best Muslim & Modest shopping tips and reviews on the web! Here you'll find Muslim and modest fashion trends, store reviews, coupons, sales alerts, hijab styling, and much more modest and Muslim fashion inspiration. Islamic Design House Islamic Clothing for Women, Islamic Fashion, Jilbab, Hijab, Abaya, Art and Decor ModestFlair Muslim Fashion.
















































Saturday, March 05, 2011

Women wear the Muslim headscarf for religious

Muslim women wear the Muslim headscarf for religious reasons which means obeying the commandments of God. In Islam, the words of God are that the women should be modest and follow the principle of clothing. She should cover her beauty. At home or among family or in front of her husband there is no need to wear the Muslim headscarf. Many Muslim women wear the headscarf. Some of the women wear both head covering as well as the face veil which is called niqab.