Wednesday, 26 September 2007


Thank you for visiting my blog! This my first go at blogging so any feedback is much appreciated!

I am a female student, born and raised in the UK, and have been wearing hijab for many years now. It can be a real hassle trying to find suitable clothing, which is modest yet stylish and reasonably priced! So I created this blog with the intention of providing an indispensable resource for style-conscious Muslimahs in the UK. I will post links and pictures of modest clothes, where to buy them, and how to wear them. I also hope to explore the world of international hijab fashion, and showcase designers and trends.



ammena said...

Salam, Im so glad I stumbled upon this blog.. i cant wait to move back to UK insha'allah and try my hand at UK hijabifying rather than Canadian hijabifying :D

Hayah said...

Salam ammena, glad to hear you liked my blog! Just out of interest, what's the difference between UK and Canadian 'hijabifying'?

ammena said...

the fact that the clothes are more easier to come by in UK and better quality... that goes for all clothes really, not just stuff that you can hijabify :)

Anonymous said...

Lovely and helpful blog!

Soody said...

Salam Hayah,
Congrats on such a nice blog about hijabs.I just got your link from Google Analytics , where i was looking the visitors refering sites and i got four visitors through your blog to my site which i made about Hijabs on eBay.First thanks for including my site link in your blog and second i am sending you a link of a you tube video about a " The Non-Muslim Hijabi: Why wear Hijab? " its a very good video in which one white non muslim american woman telling his views about hijab and also in a very good way she is telling that how to wear hijabs, i hope you like it.
many thanks.

LivingHalal said...

Ma sha Allah Tabaraka Allah, nice blog about Muslim sisters.

Anonymous said...

Love the blog. I am shortly visiting Saudi and been looking for some information on what to wear and came across your blog. So pleased to have found you. Will check in on a regular basis. I despirately need to know what I need to wear regarding the full dress.

Hayah said...


In Saudi, all women wear the abaya and headscarf when outdoors. This is a loose robe (usually black), which is long sleeved, and floor length. I'll be posting an article tomorrow which you might very insightful!

Anonymous said...

Great ! I look forward to it, Sharon

Anonymous said...

Hi again, the article was very interesting thank you for posting it. Could you let me know which dates are most important for covering up totally as I'd hate to do anything wrong whilst visiting ? Thanks again, s

Hayah said...

Hi Sharon,

It's really nice that your concerned with appropriate dress for Saudi. There are no particular dates when women have to wear the abaya, they have to do it all the time, whenever there are non-related men around.

Anonymous said...

Oh I'm so unuse to the terms. I must get used to them mustn't I ? I suppose that as long as I keep everything covered including my head then I shouldn't offend anyone. I'm quite excited about my visit although just a bit concerned about making sure I do the right thing. Thanks again, S

Hayah said...


Don't worry about it! As long as you wear the abaya, you're fine. You could ask at the Saudi embassy in your country to clarify.

Ema Yusof said...

Salam from Singapore!

Ma sha Allah! Beautiful blog. Alhamdulillah, so glad that stumbled upon it. Will surely be a regular visitor!

Amna said...

Heyy AOA

I just came to this site today for the first time and I LOVE it. mashAllah!

Keep up the amazing work!
Take care

Anonymous said...

Salaams from Michigan!

Thank you so much for your amazing blog. You are now one of my most frequently viewed websites. I lovve all your ideas and adivce as well as all the great finds you post.

Keep up the GREAT work inshaAllah!

May Allah grant you the best!


time said...


Good work on the blog, I enjoy getting going through the pictures to get ideas.

There was one ensemble picture I saw once (its possible it was another blog, as I noticed there are a few good hijab fashion ones), that had pants with a matching vest, and they were dark brown. The vest looked like a waistcoat that goes with a suit. the style was to wear the pants, vest with a long sleeve shirt shirt.

If that was yours, please let me know the link. thank you. I am trying to find long vests to go with pants for work but can't find any on the Internet.

Hayah said...

Ema, Amna, Yasminah, thank you very much!

Time, I don't think that was mine, but I have done a similar one here that's pink and white:

Nadiyya said...

Salamms from NYC

Hey I am a muslima from the states but your blog has totally opened my eyes to what is around here in the US for hijabi fashion. I know that even living in the one of the fashion capitals of the world i get stressed out when i go shopping trying to keep hijab and looking fashionable and modest. I plan on printing out some of your ideas إن شاء الله and taking them with me next time I am in need of a new outfit. Thanks so much for posting the website links as well
I also plan to be moving to the Uk this summer إن شاء الله to further my education and I look forward to visiting some of the Uk shops you mentioned in this blog as we dont have them here in the USA

Keep up great work

Naddiyya :)

ummsidra said...


Mashallah and JazakAllah khairan for such a nice and helpful blog!

soph said...

I found your blog when I was googling for stuff about the women in black tv programmes, and I'm loving reading your blog, so refreshing and balanced, I love your stylish picks, and thoughts :)

Tor said...

Salam Jana,

I just want to say how great it is to find a Hijab style guide, which has such good intentions and presents real hijab fashion. I recently reverted last year and find your blog a real help when shopping for suitable outfits and pieces.

Thank you so much!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Salaam Jana,

Thank you for creating this blog. You are my inspiration! :)

I have linked you to my blog.

HollyTexan said...

i absolutely love ur fashion advice. i am an american revert and i am mahajabet and i need some help. i will print out these examples and use them as my guide. do u have any mag recommendations for hijabies?

Jana said...

Tor, Tuantanah, thanks!

HollyTexan, thank you! You could try Azizah, SISTERS and Emel magazines!

zainab1 said...

as salamu alaikum, khti, i luv your site i visit often ,masha allah ,i also luv your fashion and how you put oufits together for the fashion forward muslimah ,often i find myself confused as to what to wear and what not to wear insha allah you can help ,do you wear open toed shoes in the spring & summer ? also do you wear or would you ,yourself wear what you post . shukrn sister , as salamu alaikum

also d

sophie said...

assalamu alaikum,

i absolutely love your site! i'm 17and inshaAllah will become a Muslimah in the near future! I had been abit worried about what outfits i could wear and still be modest and look stylish, and realised how easy it is now putting together an outfit from high street stores and make it into your own! i will be definetely trying these styles, Shukran!

Khatija said...

Assalmualaikum Jana
I came across your blog while looking for hijaab styles on google....alhamdullillah your blog is brilliant and since ive got a wedding coming up, i am looking orward to try some of your suggestions...Jazaakallah khair

Mehreen said...

Assalmu alaikum Jana
I would like to say keep up the good work with the wonderful blog that inspires me especially with keeping on trend while keeping my religion in mind! I believe this blog has given me the confidence to wear my hijab at university with me being the only one in the whole building!
Jazaakallah khair

Eti Karim said...

Love this blog, will definitely start following from now. I'm a Malaysian and have been wearing hijab since I was 17. do check out my blog for Hijab Styles, Malaysian style! :-)


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