Women’s Abaya is a traditional Muslim wear (common more among Middle Easter khaleeji women), which is like a cloak made of a single piece of cloth. They cover everything below the shoulders barring only the hands and feet. Traditionally they were available in black but these days they are also available in different vibrant colors. But these days it has become very common among women of different regions; you can identify them as kaftans. Even famous designer, Domenico Vacca, has decided to add trendy Women’s Abaya designs to his collection. This will actually help in making this type of clothing more famous. They may be traditional wear for Muslim women, but no one can deny that they are very comfortable. Islamic fashion in clothing is now a day’s getting versatile. East to West the new designs for women Muslim clothing’s are being introduced where the different cultural embroideries and art works are being introduced on dresses to make them more beautiful and vibrant. Arab dresses were normally simple and easy but now the designers have made them with new ideas to create hybrid type of clothes which cover the modern and Islamic value concept. The Muslim women around the world love to wear these dresses.

Abaya Styles 2012


Far east dresses are normally traditional based on local culture but with new introduction of dresses they have evolve into a mix types of dresses which create a new era of designing and fashion. Indopak or subcontinent always brings new ideas in Islamic clothing for women. The dresses are always popular around the world from this area. The unique hand embroidery work makes them extra elegant to wear.

Abaya Collection 2012


 Abaya Designs 2012


 Arab Abaya Fashion


Muslim women and girls are not different, and even they equally love to dress up in nice and vibrant colors for various occasions. Therefore there is need for clothes which is always on an increase for them. Regardless of the conservative Arabic culture, religion or socio-economic situation most of the female population of the Muslim world loves to pick out new outfits and colour coordinate their abayas for all social gatherings.

Arabic Abaya Fashion 2012


 Arabic Abaya Style


 Arabic Abaya Styles


Being a girl myself, I can promise for the fact that fashion is modest and for success. This is a great motto to live by! At the same time, being a Muslim I have to bear in mind the shariah guidelines of Islam when it comes to picking out a jilbab or an abaya to wear to work or party.

Hijab Styles 2012


 Islamic Abaya Styles


An Abaya is somewhat similar to a Jilbab in the fact that both of them cover the entire body. But a Jilbab has the sleeves stitched to the main body of the cloak. Jilbabs are available in many designs; you may easily find hooded ones for a cold day, apart from these you have the ones you can use casually or formally. Jilbabs have a structure in which you can add frills, flares, ruffles, laces, cuffed sleeves, to stylize your garment. An Abaya is a single piece cloak whose sleeves are not stitched to the main body. These usually have embroidered neck lines, sleeves or base. 

 Wedding Abayas Styles


 Latest Abaya Collection 2012


First of all, the abaya is a bit like a robe that is worn over your regular clothing. You can wear them out of the house, but they are also rather useful if you for example suddenly have a few guests pop in and you have to get dressed in a jiffy. There are a few different kinds of the abaya, including those that close and those that dont. Some are the unclosing pull-over kind while others have snaps or buttons that you can use in order to remove them. The robe is normally rather loose and is very comfortable

Latest Dubai Abaya Collection


 Latest Dubai Abaya Fashion


Islamic dresses for women have been a center of controversies globally. Especially the Hijab has been banned in several European countries. In French educational institutions several students have been expelled for wearing Hijabs in last few years and laws have been passed against the use of explicit religious or political symbols in educational institutions. Tunisia and Turkey are two Muslim countries where headscarves or Hijabs are banned in public schools and universities.

Saudi Abaya Fashion


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