Category Archives: Hijab Pretty Pictures

Hijabi street style

Found some hijabi street style pictures that I wanted to share with y’all 🙂

I think these two are taken in Egypt, judging on the hijab style. I love the patterned hijabs in the last picture.

This one I found here. It’s taken in Amsterdam. I like the peasant skirt (but shows too much leg for my taste)..

What do you think about these styles?

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Asian hijabeeeees got style

They really do have an awesome hijab style. Here is the proof:

Aren’t they cute? Most of the pictures are from Indonesia, and I think some are from Malaysia. I adore their colorful style ❤

What do you think?

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About abayas and veiling

This article is very old (2006), but it might be of interest to those of you that didn’t read it yet.

The abaya is a symbol of so many things; of the rejection of Western values, of liberation from unwanted male advances, and of submission to God’s will. And it’s here to stay. For the time being, at least.

When the Prophet Mohammed said: “And say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze. And guard their modesty; that they must draw their veils over their bosoms and not display their beauty…,” Islam’s modesty rule for woman’s dress was born. (Qur’an 24:30-31)

One thousand four hundred and twenty seven years later, “drawing their veils over their bosoms”, regarded as a metaphor for modest dressing, is a command still obeyed by millions of Muslim women across the globe. But what exactly “modesty” means, is like asking for a definition of beauty. Some say a hijab (headscarf) suffices, while others, like the Saudi religious establishment and their followers across the world, insist every bit of the woman’s body should be swathed in plain black, including a thin veil over the eyes and gloves on the hands. Incidentally, the term “hijab” comes from the Arabic word “hajaba,” means “to conceal” or “to shield” and is used generally to refer to modesty, and more specifically, to mean headscarves and formless gowns. In Saudi, hijab is used to describe the head covering; the abaya the black overdress; niqab the veil pulled over the face, revealing only the eyes, and khimar the full face covering.

Read more and view bigger size pictures here.

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Mela Festival – Hijab with Pakistani Clothing

We have one very nice festival every year in Oslo, Norway, and that is the Mela Festival, or simply just Mela. The 2008 “edition” was held this weekend, and I just had to go and check it out. This is a multicultural festival, focusing mainly on Pakistani and Indian music and food, but music and food from other cultures are also represented.

These girls are rocking their hijabs with style. I wish I took more pictures, but it was getting dark. What I can say is that it was a true explosion of colors, and so much beautiful traditional Pakistani clothing all over the place. Gotta love it. Do you?

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Ruqaya Al Ghasara, formal wear

I just love this picture of Bahraini sprinter Ruqaya Al Ghasara, and I wanted to share it with you!

As a Muslim woman, I’m extremely proud of her achievements. Doesn’t she look lovely in formal wear? I love the abaya/galabiya and the hijab.

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