Maxi dresses were the must-have fashion item this summer. Every single shop I walked into had these in stock, usually in loud, colourful prints. Most hijabis layered these over long sleeve tees, and matching scarves. However, I added a bolero on top, which is a great way to cover up 'messy' layers, especially with strappy summer dresses. These too were widely available in assorted colours and fabrics.
Instead of going for a matching pink or white shoe, which would have been 'proper' Lebanese style, I went for peep-toe wedges in beige. One thing I did notice is that very few people used clothing and accessories in neutral shades - though I think it's a chicer alternative to wearing matching colours head to toe!
What did you think of Lebanese Muslimah style? More to come soon!