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    (Original post by swwet aish)
    maxi dress is good in winter with a long tshrt insde

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    Ey really?

    hijabi superman costume from john lewis

    I wear midi skirts with loose blouses and long cardis and midi dresses. I might wear a printed scarf with a plain outfit or a printed blouse. I'm quite pear shaped so avoid anything bringing attention to my lower half. Always accessorise with a nice long tassley necklace or statement necklace. Have some nice simple belts. I wear leggings or joggers that are tailored. Invest in some nice blazers and jackets
    For example:

    I have this dress in black and maroon:

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    These trousers are a good alternative to leggings

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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    Atm I wear jumpers and jeans or dress and leggings. Trying to cut out leggings and skinny jeans
    Yeah I simply no longer wear jeans, but if I do I wear them with an open abaya that way I am still covered
    I am loving the long style cardigans and long jersey skirts (but if I wear this as it sometimes seems tight I make sure I wear a long shirt with it)
    I would go for the harem style pants as well
    Long maxi shirts are amazing as well

    (Original post by samina_ay)
    Any type of loose fitting clothing should be fine .......... I don't even wear hijab but yh
    Hijab is not just about wearing a piece of cloth on your head
    There's more to it, it is about your characteristics and how you act and behave

    If sister you do not wear the hijab it is not frown down upon you as long as you dress modesty and behave modesty
    In'sha Allah one day though


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