Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Lastest Favs on Hijabi Style

1. Glitz Abaya I will forever be a fan of the traditional black Abaya with gems and embrodiary! This is that kind of Abaya, plus it is very easy to afford.

2. Vintage Hijab To accent retro look, try this Vintage Hijab. A must have for every Hijabi that loves classic looks.

3. Essence Set Another Hijabi Style new product! Great for Hijabis who wish to wear pants and a shirt, instead of an Abaya.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008


Great video showing how the Shaytan talks to sisters who veil.

What is Hijab?

Many Muslims around the world practice hijab, which is Arabic for cover, but is extended to mean modesty and privacy. For non-Muslims, hijab is most often associated with the modest clothing that Muslim women wear. In actuality, hijab is practiced by both men and women, and includes other requirements of modest behavior. Muslims follow the rules of hijab to show their submission to and love for God.

The rules for hijab are discussed in the Hadith, an oral tradition which accompanies the Qur'an and helps proscribe the ways of Muslim life. According to the Hadith, men and women should behave modestly in situations where they meet each other. Modest behavior includes averting your eyes from someone of the opposite sex, speaking with respect to one another, and not touching members of the opposite sex.

The Hadith also includes rules for dressing. Both men and women are directed to cover themselves when they are in public areas. For men, following hijab means that the body should be covered at a minimum from the navel to the knees in loose, thick clothing. Some interpretations of the Hadith suggest that the covering should be longer, from the navel to the ankles. All agree that the modest covering should be worn at all times, including prayer.

For women, the rules of hijab are more complicated. There is a great deal of debate in the Muslim world about how strict the rules are for women. Some Muslims interpret hijab as a minimal covering of the face and body, while others believe that hijab requires a complete obscurement of the entire body in heavy garments. In a basic form, the Hadith states that women should cover their bodies in loose, thick clothing to prevent the shape of the body from being seen. Hair and the upper chest should be covered, a rule many women accomplish by wearing a headscarf, also called a buknuk or khimar.

More strict interpretations of hijab include an understanding that the face should be covered as well. Perhaps the most enveloping is the Afghan burqa, which not only covers the face but also covers the eyes with a netting sewn into the burqa. Another alternative is the boushiya, a veil which covers the face entirely but still allows women to see. In other countries, a niqab is used. A niqab is a scarf which is tied over the face but has a small slit for the eyes. Tied over a headscarf, it covers the entire head.

There has been much debate over hijab in the Muslim and non-Muslim world. Some critics feel that hijab is very restrictive for women, while some Muslim women say they actually feel more comfortable in hijab. Most non-Muslim countries have ruled that if a woman chooses to wear hijab, she should be permitted to do so. Muslim policewomen, lawyers, doctors, aerobics instructors, and teachers can be seen wearing hijab in many countries.

Friday, April 4, 2008

New Ideas

Salam Ladies!

Inshallah all you sistahs are doing well. Here is what my crazy self has been up to

* I have been in contact with various Islamic Clothing importers and suppliers and ALHAMIDALLAH we will be offering various styles and fashions to suit all you wonderful ladies. The price range will be very reasonable and Inshallah you will find it to be your favorite online store.

* I am currently in the process of making videos for this blog, website, and youtube so that I can be able to show all you ladies how to wear your Hijab in various styles and fashions.

* I am currently adding the new fashions on that you can't find anywhere in the West. These items are modest as well as fashionable. It is completely different then all other online Islamic retails.

Check out this video to see the new styles!

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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

How to Wear The Hijab: "Side Twist" Style

Salam ladies! We are kicking off the beginning of how Hijabis can wear different styles for their Hijabs. The first of these styles is called the "Side Twist" style. The end product is a twist on the side. Here are the steps to get this amazing look.

1) Start off by getting a Shayla style Hijab, not square but rectangular and tie a knot at the back of your head.

2) Grab one side of the ends of the Hijab and wrap it around your neck.

3) Wrap it until it reaches the top of your head, pin it down.

4) Bring a very light weight Hijab and put it on top of the hijab you have on already.

5) Make the exact same knot that you did at the first step with this light weight hijab.

6) Seperate the hijabs into two different sections.

7) Start wrapping by grabbing one side of the different hijabs. Make a twist with the two hijabs.

8) Close the two hijabs by tieing a knot at the end.

9) Finish up by picking up the twist and pining it to the side of your head.

There you have it, great style for special occasions. How do like this style? Would you ever wear it?

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Brand New Items Coming Soon

Salam everyone,

Alhamidallah opening has been a blast thus far and the support all of you are showing to your fellow sisters in Islam has been amazing! The ladies at Hijabi Style are excited to bring in a brand new collection that is great for spring, summer, work, as well as business casual. Items that Muslimahs have a hard time findings. Here is a sneek peak at items you'll soon be able to purchase at Hijabi Style.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Islamic Wedding Dresses

Hi ladies! I took a few days off for a vacation and I am back to work as usual. We are getting tons of positive feedback from the public (i.e. Muslimahs all over the world) about Hijabi Style. And I am so proud of it so far ALHAMIDALLAH! I was looking around on the net and stumbled upon this cute Islamic style wedding dress. What do you ladies think of it? Would you ever ditch the traditional white for something like this? Let me hear your voices.