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Autumn Closet Modest Fashion Inspo

Frozen Fall by Nizaad photography
Salaam girls,

I'm ill and in bed so as I have a bit of time on my hands, I thought I would do a quick post showing you some things that are out at the moment (or will be soon) from online Islamic companies which I think would be great for Autumn, as well as some Autumn looks rocked by some awesome online bloggers/vloggers.

Cardigans & blazers are a perfect to layer on top of your clothes without looking too bulky.

Tie back Cardigan- SHUKR



Kimono Cardigan- The poplook.com



Blazer style cardigan- Thepoplook.com



Dark colours like navy and burgundy (dark red) are lovely autumn colours

Dress & whole outfit by Inayah Collection




As the weather gets colder swap the chiffon for jersey & layer to keep warm

Dress & Kaftan - Hijab Obsessions


Autumn/Winter Hijabs & Jilbabs- Islamic Libas





Plain hijabs are sure to be making a come back this Autumn as summer florals fade, so be sure to grab yourself some in this seasons autumn colours (Burgundy, Dark green, Taupe, Grey, Brown).

Hijabs- Saman Make-up Hijabs






Whether you want to wear it on your head or around your neck for extra warmth, snoods are a very effortlessly, trendy way to help you do just that.

Jersey Snood- Hijab Obsessions


Now for some style inspiration from the online bloggers/vloggers

First up the lovely ladies from Hijablicious

[Photo credit: Hijablicious]




Love the layering, the boots, the cardi...just basically love their style mA

Next up Imaan & Beauty's very own Sister D

[Photo Credit: Imaan & Beauty]


I especially love how she just effortlessly has the brightly coloured scarf around her neck adding a pop of colour to her outfit.


And finally, beautiful style ideas from Beautiful Hayaa

[Photo Credit: Beautiful Hayaa]





3 different looks for different occasions but all just as elegant and sophisticated.

So I hope this post has given you a few ideas for your Autumn wardrobe and has inspired you to welcome the colder weather rather than miss the summer.

Till next time...Au revoir!

[Note: All images belong to the people and companies linked to in the article, unlinked images are from google]

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