MYSTERY GIRL; Posted March 29th, 2009
- Jeans: Acne
- Shoes: Marni
- Cardigan: Bernhard Willhelm
- Coat: Second hand
- Eyewear: Pilgrim
- Skirt: Second hand
Lots of layers by Mystery Girl, and a pair of unique shoes.
SARA; Posted April 24th, 2009
DOROTHEA; Posted August 13th, 2009
- Dress: Own design
- Jacket: Vintage
- Bag: Bought at a flee market in Paris
- Shoes: Topshop
- Eyewear: YSL
- Earrings: bought in Mexico
Very hijab-friendly look, but the skirt need to be thicker a bit.
ANNA; Posted October 11th, 2009
- Shoes: Kron
- Everything else: Andersen & Lauth
Very unique shoes and headwear. Is that a common headwear to wear in some four-season country? I've never seen it before. For a neat hijab-ready look, wear an underscarf beneath the headwear to hide your hair.
HEGE; Posted December 6th, 2009
Black and white elegant look. Love it!
MARIE; Posted January 26th, 2010
Casual look with layers from Marie. Notice the belt... she made a tie from it... ^_^ Teal blouse match with gold necklace surprisingly bright up the colors... Like the color mix!
CHLOE; Posted February 12th, 2010
Woman in black... chic and elegant... but perhaps it would be perfect if the pencil skirt is a bit longer... ^_^
JULIANNE; Posted February 27th, 2010
- Shirt: Bik Bok
- Vest: Whyred
- Brooch: Second hand
- Trousers: H&M Trend
- Shoes: H&M Trend
- Bag: H&M
Really love Julianne's look... simple but looks sophisticated in black and white.
FRIDA; Posted March 7th, 2010
Another layering from Frida, by contrasting colors and fabrics.
DAN; Posted March 28th, 2010
Love this style, looks feminine and Dan is so cute... ^_^ Like the big black bow as an accent. And the shoes... hmmm... too high for me. For hijab-friendly look, the skirt need to be longer to cover up all of your feet.
KATE; Posted April 19th, 2010
Really love Kate's look... Flawlessly chic and covered up! The pants is in a perfect cut, not too tight and not too wide... Just put on the headscarf and you're a hijab-ready.
(Photo credits: The Streethearts)
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