Thursday, 1 July 2010

July Giveaway

Noor d’Izar is a new Belgian company founded by Fatima Rafiy and Inge Rombouts who joined forces to create a contemporary image for the modern Muslimah.

And for the first giveaway this month, Hijab Style has three Izir headscarves in sage, courtesy of Noor d'Izar up for grabs! The headscarf consists of a slip on piece with two seperate silk scarves which can be adjusted.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is visit the Noor d'Izar website, and find out the answer to the following question:

"In which year was Noor d'Izar founded?"

To enter, e-mail in your answer, full name and city with 'July Giveaway' in the subject line to Please note that if any of this information is missing, you will not be entered into the competition.

Extra Entries:

You can get an extra entry into the giveaway when you follow Hijab Style on Twitter! Simply send in a separate e-mail with your full name and link to your Twitter profile. The deadline for entries is midnight GMT on Wednesday 7th July 2010.

The three winners will be chosen at random and contacted via e-mail. Don't forget to tell all your friends and family too - the giveaway is open to entrants from all countries!


Anonymous said...

I love the scarf since it is very practical and neat. But 55 pounds is way too much, don't you think so? I don't know how many people can afford to get one.


n.a said...

I agree, the idea is really cool. A very unique execution and style with no pins, but it's pretty pricey. Hopefully, they will lower the prices or have a sale once they have more inventory.

Anonymous said...

not new concept.malaysian shop such as munawwarah has similar hijabs with no pins and no draping .agree with the sisters- a bit too expensive .but i like the 'slots'for sunglasses.

Anonymous said...

Actually, the scarf is 55Euros which is 38pounds, keeping in mind that it is silk and a unique design. But, still I agree that it is a little on the expensive side.

Check out Vela's designs too (their on facebook). Some of their simpler one's are good value but of course, have to be pinned in place.

Maryam Hajar said...

Masha Allah...I LOVE these hijabs on the models--they are gorgeous. But these hijabs, like the Amira, would not look good on me..too flat on top, not a flattering look for some sisters maybe.

Coffee Catholic said...

OOps just missed the deadline.

Love the hijabs. They are gorgeous! But £38 is too much for me to afford. Is it the silk that makes them a bit pricey?


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