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July 31, 2011

July 31, 2011

Boots and Dresses are In!

Trans-seasonal Fashion

To welcome Fall season in some countries, Net-A-Porter has set up a modern match for your look by teaming high hemlines with edgy ankle boots.

Still wearing the pretty Summer dress.. but, matched it up with a pair of Fall style staple, the urban ankle boots, to add a sense of Autumn breeze and for the ultimate trans-seasonal fashion match.

Style note: For hijabi like us, simply add a trouser or a skirt, and then layer it up with an outerwear (a light jacket, cardigan, blazer, or trench coat) if the dress is sleeveless. Or, you can wear your long-sleeved maxi dress or long-sleeved maxi jumpsuit underneath the Summer sleeveless minidress.

Pop up your headscarf and you are ready to go! :)

The addition of a vest, or a belt, or minimalist accessories, can also jazz up the looks.


Preen Line Reed Krakoff 


Diane von Furstenberg Chloé 


Rag & bone Reed Krakoff 


Erdem Maison Martin Margiela 


Juicy Couture Rag & bone  Juicy Couture 


Etoile Isabel Marant Chloé 


Marc by Marc Jacobs Chloé 


Anna Sui Christian Louboutin Anna Sui 


Reed Krakoff Christian Louboutin 


J.Crew Belle Sigerson Morrison J.Crew 


Matthew Williamson Marc by Marc Jacobs Matthew Williamson 


Alexander McQueen Christian Louboutin 


The Row A.P.C. 


Collette by Collette Dinnigan Belle Sigerson Morrison Collette by Collette Dinnigan 

(Images: Net-A-Porter)


For easy outfit-styling for hijabi, simply wear a maxi instead of a mini dress, and give it a modern edge with one of these ankle boots, then accessorized it with a jacket or a vest. I love the look of it!.. A flowy, feminine, pretty maxi dress teamed up with urban, edgy ankle boots..

As for ankle boots, my favorite lately are the lace-up ones.. ^_^




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July 30, 2011

July 30, 2011

What's on trend..

Hoodie-attached and the excessive draped-cloth on the side part of the dress/skirt.


Lately in my city, we can see so many girls in hijab wearing a hoodie-attached dress or a hoodie-attached t-shirt. The hoodie can be functioned as a shawl, too.

Also, which is so popular here right now is a dress or a skirt with "wings" (excessive cloth draped on the side part of the dress/skirt).

The colors chosen for these clothes, such as yellow mustard, shocking pink, tosca green, or red maroon, also add a highlight to the outfits.

For most people, especially the young generation, the "wings" (excessive draped-cloth on the side) is something new. But, when recently I explored my mom's wardrobe (^_^), I found one of her vintage dresses also has these kind of "wings".

My Mom's vintage dress

So, actually (like most of you perhaps already know) some trends are only making a cycle, they just 'come-and-go' continually..

What do you think about these kind of clothes? Do you have one?




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July 19, 2011

July 19, 2011

Your turn to design your jilbab yourself

Are you the next generation of Muslimah Fashion designer?
SilkRoute StyleIn! Jilbab/Abaya Design Competition!

It would be an awesome feeling to wear a jilbab, or an abaya, or a maxi dress, designed exactly what you want it to be. Especially if the design get compliments by well-known designers, such as Rabia Z and Muna Abu Sulayman, and get an appreciation from people who love it and want to wear it, too!

So, if you like sketching and designing clothes, if you want to make your dreamed jilbab/abaya come true, or if you just want to test your capability on fashion designing; whether you are a professional designer or not; you can join StyleIn! Competition held by SilkRouteClothing and IslamicDesignHouse.

SilkRoute, an Islamic clothing brand based in London UK, and supported by their main distributor in the UK, Islamic Design House, is back on the search for that special someone who can fuse modesty and fashion flare and create an iconic jilbab/abaya design for their next Spring collection. Now, they are gearing up for their second global jilbab design competition. Muslims from around the world can join.

By being participate in this competition, you will have a chance to win this big prize:
Click on the slide!
  • £500 cash
  • Work with the head designer, Adnan Khalid, in watching your design come to life, ready to be sold in SilkRoute new Spring 2012 collection
  • 6 months paid internship with the silk route design team
  • Fashion features in numerous Muslimah Fashion magazines! (Sisters, Aquila Asia, Emel Magazine, ALA Magazine, Azizah, Gulnara, Hijabi, etc.)
Along with a chance to have your design work judged by the noted Muslimah wear designers, Rabia Z and Muna Abu Sulayman as part of the judging panel! Yeyy.. and the best part is you can wear your dreamed abaya :)

There will be also the second and the third winners, with 7 runners up, which each of them will have awesome prizes, too!

The website about this competition has just launch. Here it is: http://www.silkroutestylein.com.
You can see the details about this competition on the site.

Competition has now officially started!.. Get your design in from July 14th, 2011, until August 1st, 2011. Submit your jilbab design at: http://www.silkroutestylein.com. It is one entry per person.

How will you submit? You will need to upload a picture of your design work onto the site.

Sharpen your pencil, get creative and start sketching! :)



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July 18, 2011

July 18, 2011

(Not quite) new hijab styles!

Hijab Tutorial: The Flowy Look

At least once a week, I spend a bit of time reading fashion blogs that I love. And then, from it, I usually came across some blogs that I've never seen before.

Today, I stumbled upon Irma's blog, Yes, I'm Irma. She's really got an eye for style. On her blog, she also share some hijab tutorials.

There are two tutorials that really caught my attention. She got these styles from the Hijab Class she took part held by Hijabers Community Jakarta.

I'm so glad she took her time to made these tutorials and share them on her blog. I really really fell in love with the 'natural' and the flowy look of these hijab styles, and I just can't wait to apply it to myself tomorrow! :)

You can see the tutorials:
here for the first hijab style, and
here for the 2nd hijab style.

And this is how it goes on my mannequine.. :)

Hijab tutorial from "Yes, I'm Irma"

Both styles also have a twist ala hana-tajima of stylecovered.. :)

To make these hijab-wrappings, you need:
  • an inner, that cover your hair, neck, and upper bosom, or so-called ninja headdress.
  • a shawl/pashmina; with flowy materials would be better. On the first tutorial, Irma used a reversible two-tones shawl.
  • one brooch for the 1st style; and two pins/brooches for the 2nd style..

Which one do you like most?


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July 16, 2011

July 16, 2011

Please welcome.. Hijabers Community Yogyakarta!

Sunday Fun with Hijabers Community Yogyakarta (HCY), July 10th, 2011.


This is the first time I met and attended an event held by Hijabers Community Yogyakarta (HCY). HCY is a community which in it, all Muslim women (especially who live in Yogyakarta-Indonesia and its surroundings area) can meet up, sharing, and do positive activities as a way to build a strong and good relationship between Muslimah ('silaturahmi') and as a place to improve ourself to be a better Muslimah.

Every month HCY held twice Sunday Fun's event as a routine meeting. It's on the first and the third Sunday of the month.

Last week HCY's Sunday Fun held a seminar about women's reproduction health (topic: cervical cancer), and a muslimah fashion bazaar. Sounds really fun, right? 


Getting ready for the bazaar.

The Seminar. Speaker: Ibu Sri Panuntun, a lecture and also a nurse-midwife.

Yes, I have a great fun attending this routine meeting with Yogyakarta's hijabers (hijaber/hijabi = a call for a Muslim woman who wear hijab). 
I got new knowledges, new friends, a new hijab-style (one pretty sister kindly share to me on how she wrapped her hijab), and also.. a new beautiful purple-pink shawl I bought from the bazaar :) 
Thank you for this fun meet-up, Girls!

And here are some of style shots of the girls who attended this event:




Note: the 'yellow-mustard' above is a maxi dress with a hood. Same like the hoodie t-shirt, the hood is functioned as a shawl/hijab, too. Yellow-mustard.. matched with the colour black, looks awesome.


Cute look



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You all look Fabulous!

To get updates about this community, you can follow them at Twitter (@HijabersCommYOG).





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