Muslim women have so much variety available in their clothes that it sometimes becomes rather daunting to find a perfect dress. Muslim women can wear western clothes as well as traditional clothes.
A major factor that Muslimah fail to take into account while revamping their wardrobe is fitting and comfort. While western garments are supposed to be tight and body hugging, Muslim clothes are suppose to be loose fitting and flowy.
There is hardly anyone in this world who does not like to dress up. Every woman, whether Muslimah or not, wants to dress up, look good and of course feel good. However, not many women know what to wear, how to wear and when to wear.
Muslimah women are truly blessed because they have a lot of options available as far as clothes are concerned. They look equally good in simple western garments as well as elegant Muslimah fashion.
It is always advisable to strike a balance between your abaya dress and your accessories. For instance, if you plan to wear a heavy abaya or a bold abaya of colors such as magenta, maroon or scarlet, it is advised to avoid wearing heavy jewelry.
Abayas are some of the prettiest and most refreshing dresses that a Muslimah can wear. Abaya is regal, elegant and looks rich. It is also extremely comfortable and if paired with the right accessories can look chic.
As Chaucer has said, April is the sweetest month, and sweet it indeed is as April and its sister March are the months' spring in many regions of the world. Spring is the harbinger of beauty, grace and rejuvenation.
Different countries start the school year in different seasons. Usually, young millennial and Gen Z Muslimahs wear basic hijab college outfits. Yes, it will be tempting for you to wear jeans and shirts every single day to school.