Saturday, 15 November 2008

Red and Black

Malay TV personality Norjuma Habib wears a beautiful red flutter sleeved abaya at Dubai Fashion Week. It's rarely you do find abayas in this colour, but Islamic Impressions does a great version, which also comes in pink. Add a simple black kuwaiti hijab and a short cape to cover up. Delicate silver accessories add a touch of elegance to this look:




Cherry red jilbab £39.99, Islamic Impressions; black kuwaiti hijab £5, Saif Modesty; scalloped vintage frame bag £28; boxed glamour bobble ring £12, both Accessorize; trapeze cape £80, Oli; black satin court shoes £25, Debenhams.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

aww, this is great! u do have a great sense in fashion, jana. congrats! btw, I'm 16 and a Malay girl who loves wearing hijab. they are colorful and so pretty. but I'm having difficulties to find an outfit that suitable with my age and also modest. Hope I can get some inspiration from u. thanks :))

ana rauda said...

hey anonymous...
checkout www.nurchantique.com
i think it's suitable for us malay girls/people for your age :)
and yes jana, i think maybe u can give some tips for younger generation, as in for teenagers :))

Cami said...

Wow, I love this abaya. The style is great, especially for a night out. I dont know if I could wear that color though. Do you have any more pics of the abaya? I want to see exactly where the sleeves connect to the dress. I might have to get something like this made :)Thanks!

Sehra said...

its soooooo RED and fairy like..
its really very beautiful...

*~Ange~* said...

she looks so pretty and i love her abaya. very stunning

Anonymous said...

thank you ana rauda! :)

Anonymous said...

I love her abaya! Its soo beautiful and modest.
I love your blog, i get insparition from it everyday! I was just wondering if you could tell us something about you? who you are and etc etc cause im so curious to know who you are lol :p

XOXOXO

Stardoll Sisters said...

I love this blog! You know what? I'm from Malaysia! Haha! ;)

mariam said...

i love the abaya, but too red for my test, at home okay, outside not so okay.. i wouldn't wear it outside. if it had been black, then we're talking outside! :) thank jana, nice site, cool stuff!

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