Abaya Islamic clothing, as its name, is traditional Arabian Islamic clothing for women. It is designed in full body length, or it is slightly similar to long dress. It also can be worn with or without veil. It is nowadays commonly popular among women due to its modern style, and it is even considered polite and suitable for some formal occasions such as attending Islamic wedding, small gathering with colleagues or friends, and some others. First of all, let’s get one thing straight — wearing a hijab does very little to save time. If the average non-hijab-wearing person knew the effort it takes to wrap, pin, unpin, rewrap, get the folds right, make sure that annoying strand of baby hair isn’t showing, wrap and pin it one more time without stabbing yourself in the scalp, they’d second guess who really had it easier. And that’s not to say that we don’t spend even more time on the locks that the scarf is hiding. In fact, since we choose not to display our physical beauty in public, we probably spend even more time glittering ourselves up in private. You best believe that when we get home and can finally take that scarf off, it’s going’ down.
Red Style Hijab Girl
Unlikely the usual Islamic clothing, Abaya Islamic clothing is mostly made of dark fabric sometimes with shawl, embroidered motives on the front, and else. The sleeves are loose and open. Thus, Abaya Islamic clothing looks quite simple, elegant, and stylist by its least decorations.
Arabian Girl in Hijab
Red Beautiful Hijab
Any exploration of traditional Muslim clothing cannot be considered complete without an in-depth discussion of the hijab, a traditional Muslim headscarf worn by Muslim women around the world. Although the hijab is worn in different regions in various manifestations with respect to length, color and design, a unifying trend with its roots in modest and conservative fashions, is slowly emerging.
Arabic Abaya Designs
Beautiful Hijab Styles
Bridal Hijab 2012
Hijabs for Muslim women have finally gone main stream. But first, a perspective and a quick clarification to help you make sensible purchase decisions when you set out to buy a hijab for that very special occasion round the corner.
Hijab Style Fashion
Muslim Women Hijab Style
As mindsets change, attitudes fluctuate, and fashion trends become even more contemporary, more and more women from the Islamic community continue to embrace new ideologies about style and fashion. The range of choices for you as you set out to shop for hijab is bewildering to say the least. Hijabs, much like a khimar or shaylah, can be worn in solids, prints or a combination of the two. Pick your hijab to match and suit your seasonal color preferences if you have any.
Hijab Styles 2012
Arab Women Hijab Style
Designs and styles span the spectrum from a traditional look to something which looks and feels very much. You can also consider hijabs that are adorned with exquisite hand embroidery on the edges, evenly spaced in direct proportion to the pattern on the hijab.