As a continuation of my previous post ( check it out here ) I wanted to share with you more ideas how to look fabulous, modest and modern in the same time. As I wrote in other occasions, my opinion is that Turkish fashion for women has developed so much that helps women keep being delicate, feminine and modern, that’s why I love this style sooo much. I hope it will be helpful and you will enjoy the outfits.
Don’t feel shy to tell me your opinion….Enjoy!
Until next time XoXo.
Nowadays we have so many ways to look modest and fashionable in the same time.Today I wanna show you some inspirational photos to give you some ideas how to mix and match in order to look gorgeous.
Enjoy and tell me your opinion about them.
Just the other day I was looking on the net for the newest trends for hijabis and I found these extravagant outfits …and the hijabs are lovely designed and very inovating…..My favourites are the first 2 hijabs…
Enjoy the pictures!
Henna is a flowering plant used since antiquity to dye skin, hair, fingernails, leather and wool. The name is also used for dye preparations derived from the plant, and for the art of temporary tattooing based on those dyes.
For skin dyeing, a paste of ground henna (either prepared from a dried powder or from fresh ground leaves) is placed in contact with the skin from a few hours to overnight. Henna stains can last a few days to a month depending on the quality of the paste, individual skin type, and how long the paste is allowed to stay on the skin.
The Night of the Henna was celebrated by most groups in the areas where henna grew naturally: Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Christians and Zoroastrians, among others, all celebrated marriages by adorning the bride, and often the groom, with henna. It was also used for celebrations as birthdays, circumcision or religious one such as: Eid, Diwali or others. When there was joy, there was henna.
Henna was regarded as having “Barakah” blessings, and was applied for luck as well as joy and beauty. Brides typically had the most henna, and the most complex patterns, to support their greatest joy, and wishes for luck. The fashion of “Bridal Mehendi-Henna tattooing” in Pakistan, Northern Libya and in North Indian Diasporas is currently growing in complexity and elaboration, with new innovations in glitter, gilding, and fine-line work.
Bridal henna designs
As the new year is approaching trends also change, so I thought it would be nice to share with you the latest trends when we talk about Muslim brides. I chose only the pictures with the styles that I absolutely love and wouldn’t hesitate to wear, because this year is all about accessorizing and being glamorous.
Hope you like it girls!
Red highlights the sensitivities of the observer. Therefore, it is a very strong color that can quickly capture the attention. So it is recommended that people who choose to wear this color clothing to be master himself and not too shy. Also, red is the color of passion, but it should not be used in excess.
This color symbolizes heat, fire, passion, enthusiasm and aggression and has the effect of stimulating people to make decisions quickly and increasing hope. It should also be noted that objects which contain red in their design are immediately noticed so they are often used in interior decoration. Red clothes can give the feeling of power, but also the conflict, aggression.
Therefore, dare to have a strong personality and identity, dare to be a red hijabi!
Because recently my husband and I were in Jordan, where I could see a great variety of jilbab models and colours I thought it will make a good topic to write about. Before few years when I started covering one could find jilbab only in dark colour or white,grey, cream with very old and ugly models so back than I totally rejected the idea to wear any time soon a jilbab. Fortunately for me and other young women that like to cover and still look nice nowadays there are plenty of models and colours that can fit any woman’s age or requirement.
I think is better to show you some of this models.