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Lace, its in all the shops and is being incorporated into different types of clothing. However, in my opinion too much lace looks tacky, for example lace/netted sleeves and dresses. The trick to using lace is to use a little bit and the best way of doing that as a hijabi is underscarves.

Lace underscarves give your hijab style a vintage look without the lace looking too overpowering. I have bought a grey lace underscarf from the pearl daisy website [see 1st image to the left] which looks good and is reasonably priced, however, its one of those tube underscarves and my ears begin to hurt during the day, if I wear it behind my ears it makes them stick out under the scarf which looks weird, but its ok if you know your not going to be wearing it all day.

For all of you who want to wear the lace underscarf without your ears hurting I have found the perfect solution.....Bonnet type, tie up lace underscarves =D I haven't bought any of these from the souq hijab and I'm not sure if there are many in stock so be sure to check it out. I have bought a light silver pashmina from the souq hijab website and its of great quality, the customer service is also very good alhmadulillah. The sister got in touch with me to update me about my purchase and always replied to my questions and queries.

In the second image you can see what a tie up lace underscarf looks like. I am definitely looking forward to purchasing some more items from the souq hijab website even if it is all the way in America. I would really recommend you take a look at the souq website or facebook page [links provided at the end] I have been browsing through the facebook page and have my eye on some hijabs (when I can afford it lol). Has anyone else bought anything from the souq hijab? If so what are your views on their products? If you haven't bought anything, after browsing the items what do you think of them? would you buy any? leave your comments below.

souq hijab facebook page

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