As the entire world knows by now, modern Muslim fashion is taking the world by storm. With more and more articles every day describing the break in the fashion industry for modest womenswear, it’s no surprise that we are seeing a growing number of women bring Muslim clothing to the high street.
Muslim attire is not just set to certain staple pieces either, the globe is being taken over by fashion conscious women who are taking modest Muslim garb to a whole new level.
Saudi Arabia is a country surprisingly obsessed with fashion and under their abaya women usually wear western dress. Men and women alike love to dress up and Muslim womens clothing is at the top of its game here with several fantastic fashion designers emerging within the last few years. Islamic clothes here are both modest and fiercely fashionable, take for example the designer Hatem Alakeel who makes modest yet masculine influenced Islamic womens clothing for work.
Due to the diversity of the UK, Muslim fashion here is a never-ending well of beautiful, modest clothing. From casual Muslim dresses to traditional Islamic clothing, the streets are covered with gorgeous ideas for how to wear modest clothing. Fashion bloggers are rife in the UK and there is a lot of Islamic women’s clothing available online. One woman to watch is famous blogger Hana Tajima who took the UK by storm and has since started running her own business with a line at retailer UNIQLO. Her personal taste is a more casual modest look that suits most British girls for everyday wear.
This year’s Pakistan fashion week showed us a game changer in the country’s position on the world’s fashion map. Pakistani Muslim clothes came in all shapes and sizes this season, with bold colors and stunning silhouettes being the main take away from the Spring/Summer 2017 collections. Although there are a lot of modern pieces to be taken away from Pakistan at the moment, some of the most beautiful designs came in the form of traditional clothing that would still be worn on a day to day basis.
It’s no secret that the majority of Muslim fashion bloggers and designers these days are based in the US. With the sheer amount of inspiration here it’s difficult to find the Muslim trends that are running through the veins of America. However, one woman whose name most young Muslims know is Saufeeya Goodson. The New York based fashion blogger is the epitome of chic, combining killer heels and amazing Hijab fashion with long coats and accessories galore.
Dubai is an epicenter of fashion, with some of the most gorgeous Muslim looks flooding the streets every day. Although some of the brands may come with a hefty price tag, their street fashion is some of the most inspiring in the world for young Muslim women. Boasting the largest shoe store in the world, it’s no wonder that in Dubai they look to dress up. The usual look for day or night is some killer heels and a great bag, accompanied by some seriously cool, modest outfits.
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