Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Style Inspiration: Zeynep Babacan

Quite by random, I came across these photos of Zeynep Babacan, the wife of Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister, Ali Babacan. What actually caught my eye first was her tunic; I happen to have the same one and wear it all the time, as it's so comfortable and versatile (and although you can't tell, it's also the top I'm wearing in my profile picture!). Though I normally wear mine with jeans or black trousers, Zeynep has paired hers with neutral wide leg trousers and printed hijab. Would be great if any readers from Turkey could let us know a bit more about her too!



Images: Bugun.com.tr

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

It isnt a maxi skirt

çiğdem said...

türkiyede genellikle başörtülü kadınlar arasında cumhurbaşkanının eşi Hayrunnisa Gül ve başbakanın eşi Emine Erdoğan ön plandadır. Oysa bence Zeynep Babacan her zaman çok daha şık ve doğal

Farakh said...

Like her style

qatheworld said...

Is the tunic available online? Looks very comfy :)

Miss Practical said...

She looks effortlessly chic! love it!

Anonymous said...

I like her style very much, wish you can tell us of good places to buy hijab clothing in Turkey, as I might consider going there in the near future ISA

Nisrina Rihhadatul Aisy said...

Beautiful

Anonymous said...

I love her trousers!

Anonymous said...

i like z. Babacan's style and her pure beauty.. She is always chic even going mosque :)

Anonymous said...

i don't know if my eyes are playing tricks on me, but she looks like kate middleton in the close-up shot!

Anonymous said...

If you want to buy hijab clothes in Turkey, you should visit Istanbul. I think you should find there a wide range of hijab clothes.

Anonymous said...

Cok hos bir bayan..

Anonymous said...

Unlike Mrs Erdogan and Mrs Gul, Zeynep has a simple but elegant style. She is always well dressed but not overdone. She was a beautiful person inside and out.

hypatia said...

hi girls, selam from turkey!
if you want to have these kind of clothes in turkey first of all you should decide the amount of money you can spend.
choices:
If you have 500-1000 dollars you can check the butiques in "erenkoy" in "kadıkoy" istanbul.

200-500 dollars: shops at Fatih/İstanbul and Alemdag street Umraniye/İstanbul

let me give you some links you might like:
http://www.kayragiyim.com/
http://www.jaade.com.tr/koleksiyon.html
http://www.aker.com.tr/

please look at the photos here you can see street style +bridal engagement party ones!
http://www.facebook.com/tubaozcelikphotography

http://blog.anifotograflari.com/?p=1134

also check out Turkish bloggers!!

have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

I love the trousers... though I don't think it'll suit me :(

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