Today I really dug my all black look with black Asos jeans, black Seed shirt and my DIY wool poncho. The star of the show was of course my maxi Inayah hijab in a beautiful soft cream crepe. Ughh LOVE!
Sunday, August 28, 2016
I rarely post my day to day looks. Possibly because for me, it is easier running a 100 kilometre marathon then finding a willing photographer. When I do manage to rope someone into taking a couple of pictures I milk them for all they are worth and my inner Kate Moss comes into action.
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
I adore anything quirky and cute. Heck im a sucker for it and when I saw this Thasbe abaya from Shehna Hussain I was all over it. It is literally covered in thasbes. THASBES! How can you not like it? I adore its neutral background as it leans towards a more pinky nude which I prefer. The fabric of this abaya is very lightweight which makes it perfect for the warmer months.
I teamed the abaya with the matching hijab it came with, wide leg jumpsuit in black as well as a black crop from @notrcollection.
Saturday, August 13, 2016
I recently received a box of hijabs from my favourite modest label Inayah Collection (I talk all about it on my instagram stories so follow me @hijabrevivalofficial)
This is how I styled the pale blue crepe maxi hijab on another trip to Collingwood. Its size and delicate fabric makes this hijab a dream to style.
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Thursday, August 4, 2016
When Divinity Collection asked me to choose a few items from their store I knew almost instantly what I wanted. A long sleeve maxi dress is always welcome in my wardrobe and this Monochrome Geometric Print Dress is perfect. It has pockets (YES!) Is made of a beautiful soft stretch fabric and consists of THE colours of the year, black, white and grey.
Here is how I styled it ( when I say styled I mean I wore shoes and hijab). It is such a simple gorgeous piece it works with everything.
Sunday, July 31, 2016
This is my interpretation of a classic Turkish chic look seeing as my entire outfit is from Turkey via @damour_atelier (check them out they are superb)
You seriously cant compare the quality of clothing made in Turkey. I mean mega store's like Zara right up to luxury label Burberry have their designs made in my motherland.
Go check out their whole range. I will be featuring more from D'amour soon so keep your eyes peeled.
You can also follow them via FB