The Tale of Two Springtime Outfits Caught in the Storm (featuring a Zananah Label dress)

This is not really a tale, but I did happen to get caught in bad weather with both of the following outfits. Now I’ve probably mentioned earlier that I’m no fan of Michigan weather, and so I pretend as if this is not my current reality, but dressing with less material than what the weather usually requires. I’m all about dressing a certain way to feel a certain way. Dressing for Michigan springs, however, while pretending to dress for normal spring, makes you feel nothing but cold and/or soaked. I’m feeling a little less cold these days, though, so that can only be a good sign.

First off, I had recently received two beautiful full-coverage maxi dresses from Zananah Label (website here, Facebook page here) and I wanted to wear one as soon as possible. The buttons and black velvet pattern throughout this white chiffon dress made it look a little prairie-a little hippie-esque to me, and so I paired it with a fringed suede vest and a Western-style pendant with feathers. Loving the look and the feel of the garment, and so I really recommend that you check their site out for this and other models – they have a diverse dress collection with different materials and colors utilized. In any case, as soon as my roomie started taking my pictures, the sky opened and hail struck down, ending what had been an ok day thus far.

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(What I’m wearing: Scarf: Ebay, fringed suede vest: River Island, full-cover maxi dress: Zananah Label (get it here), bag: Forever21, sandals: New Look, accessories: River Island, New Look, Pitaya)

The second time around (and less than one week later), I exited my home in the below ensemble and found the weather to be really hot and humid; almost tropical. That would signalize a storm on its way, of course, but silly me did not think about fetching an umbrella. This, then, resulted in my being soaking wet within 3 minutes from stepping outside later that day – except my hijab and face which I covered with my bag, to some khaleegi guys’ great amusement. Hah, let them laugh. At least my makeup survived.

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What I’m wearing: scarf: Egypt, faux fur: H&M, the it-shirt of last year: Zara, the dungaree overall of yesteryear: Boohoo, studded wrestler belt: ASOS, studded backpack: ASOS, shoes: Aldo, accessories: ASOS)

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3 thoughts on “The Tale of Two Springtime Outfits Caught in the Storm (featuring a Zananah Label dress)

  1. Ňå Đã says:

    wow these outfit are really cool you we call in egypt girls like you Mooza that mean really beautiful girl ….keep it up

  2. Liya says:

    Hello,
    I’m from Germany and I love your style and your blog!

    Liya

  3. Amria says:

    I just discovered your lovely blog and I am so happy to have done so! you are gorgeous and your outfits are remarcable 🙂

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