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Review | Lawung- Islamic Designer Fashion for Men

Here are a few of my favourite designs from their menswear and children's wear range. Price: £55 This design is a combination between a traditional thaub and jumper. The charcoal colour and the design gives this thaub a smart/casual look. Price: £55 You won't find many thaubs in this colour. The jumper style sleeves look comfortable and practical.   Price: £50 The military jacket style buttons on this thaub really set it apart from other thaubs you may have seen before  Price: £36.99 The more traditional Saudi style thaub with a twist, the design on the neckline of this thaub gives it class.  Price: £39.99 Similar neck design as the white one above but with a printed fabric on the inner layer. Price: £49.99 This item features sincere attention to the 'small details' of the Thobe providing it with a unique and refreshing image. The garment features side packets, loose yet made

Charity Week - An Elegant Masquerade

  On the 2nd of November 'City University London' held its charity dinner as part of charity week, to raise money for orphans and needy children. It was an amazing evening full of wonderful food, company and entertainment. The sisters only event was held at Maida restaurant in bethnal green. We had our own room away from the public which meant the sisters could let their hair down and enjoy themselves whilst raising money for a worthy cause. Here are a few pictures from the evening The dress code was elegant masquerade, a fab excuse to dress up and feel like a princess for the evening. Although I've always wanted to wear a mask I didn't the chance to go and get one, however, a few people did wear a mask and looked great.  For the event I wore a blue abaya made by my cousin so thank you cousin =P My cousin  brought one of her canvases with her and we auctioned off all three canvases for £100. All the money went

Hijab Styling | Winter Hijab

Winter is perfect for us hijabi's, you can layer your clothes and your hijab. People wear more clothes not less and you don't keep getting asked 'Don't you feel hot in that?' This easy peasy volume hijab style is great to keep you warm but looking cool. For this style you will need:  1 Scarf which has a big width; At least 1 hijab pin; 1 brooch or no snag hijab pin (optional). Step 1 Fold the scarf 2 inches from the edge and place the hijab on your head with one side longer than the other (an underscarf keeps the hijab more secure but you can do this style without it if you feel your going to get too hot) Frame your face. Step 2 Take the long side to the opposite side of your face and over your head. Step 3 Whilst taking the scarf over your head make some folds. (Don't try to make it neat and all the folds the same size. It's supposed to be messy folds) Step 4 Keep hold of the folds and brin