Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Style Inspiration: Queen Rania

Queen Rania of Jordan is an accomplished and active royal who puts a lot of effort into social, educational and humanitarian projects. You can check out her website to find out about her work. This post is focussed on her sense of style which blends elegance and simplicity with modesty for all occasions, and provides great ideas for all Muslimahs.

Here she wears long, flowing evening gowns and maxi skirts to various events:







Photoshoot for Harper's Bazaar March 2008:



This dress by Givenchy Couture Spring 2004 is quite revealing around the top half, so Queen Rania adapted it by adding a simple white blouse for a more modest outfit:





Traditional Jordanian dress




Wearing kimono on a visit to Japan:









What do you think of Queen Rania's style?

25 comments:

modestlychic said...

Simply love it! She really looks elegant and stylish in all the outfits featured. A great role model for us sisters! Thanks for sharing.

kübra yücel said...

I really like her style. Chic, feminine, classic and beautiful. How did you find out about the "modest makeover"-outfit? so funny :D Love the makeover. :)

Sura said...

i live in Jordan actually, and i always look up to her in various ways; she is an amazing person and fashionable, and respects her origins.you barely see her wearing something so revealing.

and defiantly i will be inspired by one of those pics

Hum said...

I think she looks stunning as always Mashallah!

Maryam Hajar said...

Love the casual outfit,traditional Jordanian dress, and the pink lace skirt and white blouse...she is very beautiful and stylish...would love to see her in a hijab, but respect her choice.

Anonymous said...

Stunning! Only hijab is missing.

earth angel said...

she's stuning!
love her and the personality too
;)

x l said...

I've always thought that she is just toooo cute, mA!

Anonymous said...

Mashallah, I love her style! She's so beautiful and she's always modest and chic - a perfect way to dress if you're a non-hijabi sister

Anonymous said...

She always dresses very nicely and she is very beautiful. She has a very good sense of style. It just shows that one can look amazing without showing much skin.

Anonymous said...

she is beautiful and elegant,missing only the hijab i think they are our role model for us muslim woman that u can have it all but still be the modest muslim girl that Allah ask us to be.

sisters303 said...

simply stunning in every style...

Anonymous said...

Masha'Allah she's very beautiful and has great fashion taste. I personally think she looks the most beautiful in the traditional Jordanian clothing.

Dedra said...

she's just awesome.

Chica said...

lovely, love her modest ways... mashallah one day she will get there with the hijab inshallah lol

Candice said...

I love her and I love her style! :)

Anonymous said...

As Salaam Alaikum
Yes she has great taste of clothing.But is is missing khimar and her arms are not covered.With a women with her great status she is a role model for many muslimah's out there.I just think that she should be mindful of that.And may Allah bestow it upon her heart to start wearing and khimar and cover her arms up.Amin
She looks very classy.Masha Allah

Umm Salihah said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

hippie_cyndi said...

she's a beautiful woman with a sense of classy elegance. What interest me more is her immense humanitarian work.

dsy said...

I love her look, absolutely gorgeous and modest
I especially love the last look :)

Anonymous said...

she is polite n adorable....

karii s. said...

Wow, I have a new found admiration for Queen Rania. She's gorgeous, beautiful and so elegant :D

Anonymous said...

Wonderful woman,but I would prefer to see her in proper hijab

Miriam

NUR said...

I personally think Queen Rania is a lovely woman regardless of her wearing the hijab or not. I am a muslimah who wears hijab. i still respect Queen Rania because at least she chooses not to wear hijab at her own free will. I don't like people treating hijab as a fashion accessory. If people want to wear hijab it should be respected. at least she made her decision not to play around with it. she's a great fashoinista though!

Deniz said...

you should do a post on princess mary of denmark

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