December 2011 ~ Her FASHION

December 31, 2011

December 31, 2011

End of Year 2011's Style & Fashion News


Hello, Everyone.

This is the first post in the year of 2012. I want to wish you all the best and may Alloh SWT bless you in the future days.

Here is a quotation I love from People Who Inspire Us which I think would be a good spirit for us on starting our new days in 2012 :
Inspire yourself and others will be inspired. Motivate yourself and others will be motivated. Develop yourself and others will start to develop themselves.
Be an example first and then the world changes around you.
(- Author Unknown)

Today, I want to share a great news on Muslimah Fashion and some style tips I found at the end of 2011, and several new modest clothing lines for women.

A great news, especially for Indonesia, came from Paris, France.

As you have read from my previous post here about The International Fair of The Muslim World 2011 in Le Bourget Exhibition Center, Paris, on December 2011, thirteen top muslimah fashion designers from Indonesia held an exhibition/fashion show to showcase their designs and collection in that event.

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And... the great news is... the fashion designs from Indonesian designers become THE BEST and THE MOST FAVORITE at this International Fair in Paris, France!!

Indonesia also get an honour as the honourable country, L'Indonesie Pays D'Honneur (negara kehormatan). This means that Indonesia can be the world's hub of Muslim Fashion.

Yeeyy... I love to hear this and I am glad for you, Indonesia! :)

Next International Fair of the Muslim World InshaAllah will be held on November 2, 3 and 4, 2012, in Le Bourget - Paris. So, keep an eye out! ;)

Here is the complete article in Bahasa Indonesia from Wolipop.com:
Busana Muslim Indonesia jadi Terfavorit di Paris


As for Style Tips weekly round up at the end of year 2011 are from 'HijabTrendz', 'Style n Dubai' and Jae of 'NoMoreMomJeans', one of my favorite fashion bloggers.

Style Tips Round up:

An information about new design of neck-extension that cover up your low-cut tops stylishly came from HijabTrendz.
Hate wearing shirts with low necklines? This is a great solution that has some extra flair:
The Low Cut Solution for Hijab.

By Style n Dubai:
Fall 2012 Color Trends
How to wear floral and print

By NoMoreMomJeans:
Reader Question: Brown and Black


New Clothing Lines for Muslim Women:

Nadine Style (made in the USA), is a new online business designing long, beautiful and elegant blouses that need no ironing. Just wash, dry and wear. You can check them out at www.nadinestyle.com.
Turquoise Print tunic



Aquaini Modest Swimwear:
A two-pieces swimwear that comes with the attached hood to cover hair in comfort and style. Also completed with a buttoned string to keep the top-piece attach with the bottom-piece while in water.
 

Aquaini modest swimwear

Check also Aquaini's page on facebook.


Modest Sea - Alternative Swimwear, is an exclusive modest swimwear that can be designed according to your desire. The swimwear collection is made with AcquaZero fabric. According to their site, AcquaZero is fast drying and highly durable with UV and chlorine resistance, high breathability and superior moisture management, so that the swimwear remains light and comfortable when wet or dry.

This is a swimwear design I like from Modest Sea's site:
Amelia


SALE:

SHUKR, Winter Sale up to 69 % OFF.
Amirah Fashions, New Year's Sale.
Islamic Gems, New Year's Sale, 20.12 % OFF sitewide, start Dec. 26, 2011 until Jan. 1, 2012 (Ohh.. today is the last day. I'm sorry for my late on sharing this..)


At last, hope you enjoy all the fashion links and style tips round up I shared on the first day in 2012..

Happy new days! :)




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December 22, 2011

December 22, 2011

Friniggi: a new promising modest sportwear


Sport Hijab



I've been following this modest-sportswear Brand since a long time ago, when "the team" behind this brand was still developing their designs and products (I filled in the survey they made when they were still in a pre-designing stage of their products), up until now when they are ready to launch their products.

In my opinion, Friniggi sports wears are great and promising. According to their information, the products' details, and the pictures of the products they sent to me through emails, this Islamic workout-clothes they have are performance oriented.
The garments are:
  • breathable
  • moisture-wicking
  • light-weight
  • Islamically modest
  • fuss free, no layering required
  • allows for freedom of movement
MODEST PERFORMANCE SPORTSWEAR


Stay comfortable, cool & dry in friniggi
moisture management tops.




Choking in your amira hijab? 
The friniggi sports hijab comes in 6 different sizes designed for comfort. And modesty.




As for the tops,
Friniggi Sports Tops are made from moisture management fabric that wicks sweat away from the body. Lightweight and breathable, it dries quickly too. 
Featured item: Pioneer 203
Featured item: Pioneer 403
(Images: Courtesy of Friniggi Sportswear)


Compare with wearing a cotton tee for sports, even though it is comfortable and cool, but it is not suitable for high-intensity physically-active exercise, such as soccer or running.

Cotton absorbs heat and moisture; this is not good when what you need is to stay cool and dry. It also absorbs all the sweat we produce while exercising, and this will make our clothing heavier. This is what we do not want to while doing 'full-of-sweat' high intensity exercise.

And for the head-covering, according to their site, the Friniggi Sports Hijabs are lightweight, moisture-wicking and come in six different sizes to ensure the 'fit'ness and 'comfort'ness. Also, they are designed as one piece in compact shape (so, no pins required), no alien-head/scuba diver look, and specialized cut to cover chest (it's a good news for you who want your hijab covers your chest on top of the clothing you're wearing). 


The thoughts behind this brand:
Friniggi Sportswear is all about sport and modest Muslim women, especially is dedicated for the Western Muslim woman whether she was born and raised in the west or is ethnically western, where usually the environment is not "hijabi-friendly". The West usually doesn't have women-only facilities like Muslim-oriented countries do.

Friniggi Sportswear is focused on improving "these women" 's athletic performance in a stylish, modest way.


The Friniggi Sportswear's online store is due to open on March 1st, 2012. But right now, they are already taking pre-orders from December 5th, 2011, to January 15th, 2012.

If you interested, go to friniggi.com to place your pre-order, or simply take a look at their lovely collection in several designs and colors.. :)


So, what do you think of this sportswear?




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iLoveModesty's Charming Hijab Styling


Featuring their new Abaya Charm Collection

Recently, iLoveModesty, a Canadian brand of modest clothing for women which has a unique taste in scarves' design, shared their hijab-style guide in their latest facebook photos on their page.

I love the hijabs and on how they style their 'one of a kind' scarves as a complement to their new Abaya Collection.

To see the tutorials on how they wrap these lovely headscarves into these chic looks, check out their facebook album here.

This hijab styling is suited for an elegant, lady look.

Hmm.. a romantic, girly look?

My favorite. I love the abaya's fresh color and the pleats' design on the head.. ;)
This look is so 'young and trendy'.

This hijab styling, with a bow on the side, is really nice for office or formal look.

More abaya designs from their Charm Collection:
(Photos: Courtesy of iLoveModesty)

What did you think of these hijab styles?


Hope you enjoy the tutorials they shared and get inspired.

Have a nice day! :)




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December 18, 2011

December 18, 2011

Style Inspiration: Club Monaco Lookbook


These are some of the latest looks from Club Monaco Lookbook, Fall 2011 and their brand new Spring 2012 Collection, that I found inspiring.

I love the warm earth-tones color palette and the edgy, urban styles. These looks had given me so much inspiration to mix-and-match my wardrobe..

Fall 2011




Spring 2012


(Photos: Courtesy of Club Monaco)


There are many more looks that will inspire you, just take a look at the full collection here.




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December 14, 2011

December 14, 2011

Hijab Tutorials by Husna of DressedinBeauty


Muslimah style: Husna from Indonesia

(Note: Dear Readers, I want to let you know that I has accidentally deleted this post; So, now I re-published it. Hope you do not mind, and I really apologize if this bother you. Thank you for your kind understanding. - Rania -. )


Today's Readers' Style is from Husna. She is still in her first year in college and live in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Even though she is young, she's already had her own new clothing line, named: "H by Husna": simple, classy, and elegant, which has just launched recently.

Here are some of Husna's stylish photoshoots on her blog: Dressed in Beauty.



Go check Husna's blog to see more of her stylish looks and outfits, and also some style inspiration from her.

In today's post, Husna would love to share her tutorials on hijab styling to all FashioningFaith Blog's Readers.

Hope you enjoy the tutorials, Lovelies..






(Photos and videos: Courtesy of Husna, DressedinBeauty)


If you like Husna's tutorials, you can submit to her youtube channel here:
http://www.youtube.com/dressedinbeauty

Thank you for sharing, Husna.. :)

What did you think of Husna's style?
Do you want to share your style too, just like Husna did? Click here to find out how and.. let's be an inspiration for other Muslimahs!



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December 10, 2011

December 10, 2011

Visit Indonesia's Pavillion at The International Fair of the Muslim World 2011, Paris.

Indonesia Muslim Fashion Show in Paris, France.

(Image credit: Hannie Hananto)


What?
Muslim Fashion Show by Top 13 Indonesian Fashion Designers.

When?
On 17 to 19 December, 2011.

Where?
Paris Le Bourget Exhibition Center, Paris, France.

Who?
13 Indonesian Muslim Fashion Designers: Amy Atmanto, Anne Rufaidah, Boyonz Ilyas, Dian Pelangi, Hannie Hananto, Irna Mutiara, Jenny Tjahyawati, Malik Moestaram, Merry Pramono, Monika Jufry, Najua Yanti, Nieta Hidayani, and Nuniek Mawardi.

These thirteenth designers will showcase Islamic outfits but still carry the culture of Indonesia.




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Fresh Fun for Friends


Hijabi Fashion Week Nov 2011 - Day 7
Theme: Going Out with Friends

What do I mostly do when I'm out with friends? Eating and window shopping!... haha :)

Here's the outfit I wore while going out with friends (and also my Aunties  ^_^) at the 'Handbags & Furniture' Shop:

Fresh colors outfits and fun activities for going out with friends..

(Photo: Copyright © Rania of Her Fashion Blog)

This is the final look for Hijabi Fashion Week (HFW) November 2011. Hope you enjoy and get inspired seeing all styles from all HFW participants.

See you on the next HFW, Lovelies!

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December 9, 2011

December 9, 2011

Fuchsia Riverstone

Hijabi Fashion Week Nov 2011 - Day 6 
Theme: Date with Hubby

What color is Fuchsia?

The hot Pink-Purple color is called Fuchsia. On the purple side of pink, fuchsia is another name for magenta... and here is myself sporting my new favorite scarf, Fuchsia Riverstone Batik Scarf, for my "a week late" Hijabi Fashion Week - Day 6's Look: going date with hubby.. ;)

The scarf was made by a handmade-weaving technique with cute fuchsia riverstones motifs on it. The color gave a sense of romantic; the materials and the motifs gave a sense of ethnic yet fashionable and edgy.

(Photos: Copyright © Rania of FashioningFaith Blog) 

Outfits:
  • Scarf by Ina'sScarf: Riverstone motifs, handmade woven made in Indonesia by the local craftmen. I am proud wearing this scarf.. :)
  • An ethnic necklace from Kalimantan worn as a bracelet.
  • Wedges with hexagonal motifs; The motifs look like Phyton-skin motifs.

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December 3, 2011

December 3, 2011

Vacation Look


Hijabi Fashion Week Nov 2011 - Day 4 
Theme: Vacation/Destination

If... I could go to anywhere in the world for a vacation or as an ideal destination that I'd love to be in, I would go to Europe and New Zealand.

WHY?!

Because... those countries are like fairy tales for me who was born and live in tropical country. I want to experience the difference.. Feel the different nature, weather, and culture. Also, I want to feel how it likes to be in the 'four seasons' countries. I want to see their beautiful nature-scenery and the magnificent old buildings they have. I want to taste the dishes and the local fruits... Watch the people and their street styles.

And, if I arrive during Winter, I would love to see and play with the snow.. Ohh.. and there's one more thing that can't be more exciting, is that I could be creative with my outfits using all the layering stuffs! ;)

Here is the outfit I would wear to reach my dreamed destination:

With the sunglasses and a light-weight maxi dress I worn, surely I should go in Spring/Summer time of those countries :)

(Photos: Copyright © Rania of FashioningFaith Blog) 


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December 1, 2011

December 1, 2011

Breaking the Rules: Checkered with checkered


Hijabi Fashion Week Nov 2011 - Day 3
Theme: Break the Rules

Usually, in daily life, I do not wear an outfit with "too much" motifs or prints, especially if the outfit also be in various colors.

Today, for Hijabi Fashion Week's Break the Rules theme, I broke up my own fashion rule.. :) I tried to pair check pattern with check pattern in several different colors... thing that I've never done before.

Here is the picture of the outfit.. I was sporting two-toned checkered blazer (red-white and black-white check pattern), with checkered vintage minidress in dark blue and black:

Outfit:
Blazer by Philip, Yogyakarta.

(Photos: Copyright © Rania of Her Fashion Blog)


What do you think of this?
Did I succeed breaking the rule stylishly? Or, did I ruin the outfit?... hahhaha.. :D
(ohh.. I forgot to mention that this didn't include the mask I held... :o)

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