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Review | Bella scarves

 

I was sent a lovely Silk effect lace scarf from Bella Scarves recently and have been meaning to review it ever since, finally I got my lil sis to model the scarf for me.

Bella scarves is an online company who are stockists of beautiful NEVA style scarves and other scarves. All of their scarves are elegant and feminin and majority of them look best when worn in the Turkish style as shown in a preview picture I put up on my facebook page.



The price of the hijab is quite high compared to other online stores I have previously reviewed but the quality of the hijab and the luxury brand name is probably the reason for the high price. The hijab came in amazing condition via post in a purple plastic packet and was wrapped in purple tissue paper with a little flower cutout, which when I saw it I thought would make a great gift.


I loved everything about it, especially the fact that it looked so elegant.




I do have some difficulty wrapping it because I'm not used to wearing scarves made from this material but sister saman from Saman's Makeup Hijabs did a tutorial on how you could wrap one of these scarves which I'll leave a link to at the end.

The website is very easy to navigate and the customer service from Bella scarves is one of the best.

Many bloggers/hijab gurus also love the hijabs that bella scarves stock, among them are Saman, Basma K and Aisha Amin from Malaysia.





To get your hands on some of these lovely scarves check out http://www.bellascarves.co.uk and https://www.facebook.com/BellaScarves?ref=ts&fref=ts

For a limited time only Bella Scarves has a free delivery offer for all UK purchases.

I'll leave you with Samans tutorial in which she uses the scarves stocked by Bella Scarves and I will be making a youtube video for this review to show you the scarf and tell you more about it inshaAllah....until next time ma'salaama!

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