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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    The issue is skirts and dresses arn't suitable during winter
    Please they're available all year around. Wear leggings underneath and then you're warm. Buy pegged/ cropped trousers, there's so much out there for hijabis. where theres a will theres a way

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    (Original post by Sweetwinkle786)
    Please they're available all year around. Wear leggings underneath and then you're warm. Buy pegged/ cropped trousers, there's so much out there for hijabis. where theres a will theres a way

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    I'll give it a try
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I wear the hijab correctly showing no neck or hair. I wear full English clothes showing no arms or legs. But I wear skinny jeans.

    If we can't wear. skinny jeans in winter what else could we wear?

    Is skinny jeans ok?
    yeah i think so but you should prob just ask your family if they say its fine then just wear it
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    you can buy longer tops that cover your waist down...
    religion isnt as strict as some people make it tbh
    But they should be long enough to cover your legs if you're wearing skinny jeans.

    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    What is acceptable english clothing wise?
    Anything that isn't tight, see through etc.


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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    But they should be long enough to cover your legs if you're wearing skinny jeans.


    Anything that isn't tight, see through etc.



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    Are jeans acceptable?
    What about knee length dress and leggings
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    Are jeans acceptable?
    What about knee length dress and leggings
    Afaik if they are loose fitting and they're not ripped (like for fashion), they should be ok.
    But double check with someone else.

    Leggings again, show the figure of your legs, so if your dress is covering the leggings, it should be ok.
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    People say it's too tight
    Hijab isn't an issue. I love it
    What do you love about it?
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I'll give it a try
    i wish i looked as good as those pics
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Afaik if they are loose fitting and they're not ripped (like for fashion), they should be ok.
    But double check with someone else.

    Leggings again, show the figure of your legs, so if your dress is covering the leggings, it should be ok.
    How about wearing slim jeans? And is it unacceptable to tuck in your jumpers/t-shirts into your jeans?
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    [QUOTE=HAnwar;62420783]Afaik if they are loose fitting and they're not ripped (like for fashion), they should be ok.
    But double check with someone else.

    Okay. What do you wear?
    What can I wear instead of leggings underneath a dress that is knee length?

    Leggings again, show the figure of your lOTE]

    (Original post by conformplease)
    What do you love about it?
    Makes u feel protected etc

    (Original post by #anosha)
    i wish i looked as good as those pics
    U probs do
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    (Original post by Carrot_Cake_13)
    How about wearing slim jeans? And is it unacceptable to tuck in your jumpers/t-shirts into your jeans?
    Not suppose to reveal backside so probs a no
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    wear long tops that cover and skinny jeans with them, it looks good too
    completely agree with this
    figures hidden and it looks classy
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    Not suppose to reveal backside so probs a no
    I usually wear a cardigan or a longer coat so I'm talking more about the front side. I also sometimes tuck in the front of the shirt but not the back.

    I might just need to go on a new shopping spree :erm:
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)


    Can't find long tops



    So what's your suggestions?
    please.
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    Wow you're all great at conforming to unnecessary dress codes, will you join my cult?
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    Boyfriend jeans are a good substitute if you like skinny jeans. They're baggier but if you still find them revealing then get a size larger than normal and wear it with a nice belt. Some brands do baggier boyfriend jeans than others, hope this helps!
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    I wear the hijab correctly showing no neck or hair. I wear full English clothes showing no arms or legs. But I wear skinny jeans.

    If we can't wear. skinny jeans in winter what else could we wear?

    Is skinny jeans ok?
    1. You shouldn't come to TSR for islamic opinions; you'll find people speaking their minds without reference to quranic evidence or hadith.
    2. Since you have come on here, I can tell you safely that there are no valid islamic opinions that allow women to wear skinny jeans, similar case for men as well on that.
    3. Check islamQA for guidance. Type in Hijaab; there's LOADS of stuff on there.

    How can you wear the hijaab correctly whilst wearing skinny jeans? Hijaab, contrary to popular belief, does not mean to cover the hair. Hijaab means to cover everything besides the face and hands according to the most lenient of opinions in loose clothing not showing any of the curves of the body.
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    (Original post by Carrot_Cake_13)
    How about wearing slim jeans? And is it unacceptable to tuck in your jumpers/t-shirts into your jeans?
    Slim jeans are still fitting, no?
    Well you shouldn't really be doing that because you're exposing your figure.

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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Afaik if they are loose fitting and they're not ripped (like for fashion), they should be ok.
    But double check with someone else.

    Okay. What do you wear?
    What can I wear instead of leggings underneath a dress that is knee length?

    Leggings again, show the figure of your lOTE]



    Makes u feel protected etc



    U probs do
    I wear abaya
    Loose trousers?

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    [QUOTE=HAnwar;62422095]Slim jeans are still fitting, no?
    Well you shouldn't really be doing that because you're exposing your figure.

    (Original post by Anonbabes)

    I wear abaya
    Loose trousers?

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    Tbh I like showing figure but it's haram.

    Do you know any good hijab style?
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Slim jeans are still fitting, no?
    Well you shouldn't really be doing that because you're exposing your figure.
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    Ahh well they're a lot less tight than skinny jeans... They don't cling onto your skin. I chucked away my last pair of skinny's so atm I'm wearing Chinos, Slim jeans and Mom jeans. Although my tops are not that long :/
 
 
 
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