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      Soooo, what do you lot do (if you need to do anything) to make an outfit more modest/halal? Sometimes I find really nice shift dresses which don't look right with skinnies/trousers underneath cos they're too long, or nice dresses which you can wear a cardigan over but then it becomes too layered, or covers up a nice neckline/sleeves.

      So what do you do to make it more wearable? Anything you can suggest to make it a bit more different?
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      Tube-tops or tanks have cardies put on them, short dresses are either worn w/ tights or skinnies. As for deep/low necklines, I find wearing an undershirt helps. One time my mom sewed in a cloth to cover it and it looked fine. There's always a way to fix things, I guess.
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      ^Haha I used to sew pieces of cloth on low necklines back in the pre-hijab days. Necklines aren't really an issue for me anymore, it's just that stuff like tights and short cardis aren't always an option for me.
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      i don't buy dresses i can't think of a way to wear them. i hav seen some ladies wearing long dresses with long boots but tbh it seems awkward with hijab on but may b would look fine with a stylish knitted cap.
      i was today thinking how to wear skirts in a way it doesn't look bad n u look totally covered. i've seen some very pretty skirts today i wanna wear.

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      For me...I wear a lot of leggings, pants, cardigans, full sleeved shirts under sleeveless things, etc.

      It just depends on the outfit.
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      A burka. Maxis are still really in atm and for the cooler months you could wear a nice blazer over the top. Or you could wear a fitted top underneath, so you're still covered and can show-off the design. Mabrook, try maxi skirts...they're right on trend and totally covered.
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      I've got maxi dresses which are perfect in summer time. ATM it's freezing so I can get away with layering, but I don't want it to get lumpy/bulky and it's not always easy to get a stylish jumper/woolly dress
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      sorry for intruding....

      but how about haramofying yourself.......... instead of halalofying the dresses
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      Please do expand Nomi, in which way - do I wear a slab of pork on my head a la Lady Gaga style?
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      naa........i thought.....u dont even need to haramofy ....... just find a molvi who approves haram dresses.........he will give you a lot of ''gray'' to work with.......and you have it

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      you could become spiritual.........

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      *stares long at the thread title*

      I am loving it
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      I didn't ask to be a princess, but hey if the crown fits!

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      This is besides the point but it's been like 6 years since I started hijab and I'm still not able to experiment with it. I'm stuck at black.


      I love winter for hijabies . We can layer and be all covered without worrying about sweating and looking all freaky. I'm not comfortable wearing leggings under my dress :/. I feel like I'm naked. But I do wear lots of skinny jeans and sometimes they're really tight so I make sure my dress is up to my knees.

      omg we should post our hijabi outfits

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      Quote Originally Posted by MissChievious View Post
      A burka. Maxis are still really in atm and for the cooler months you could wear a nice blazer over the top. Or you could wear a fitted top underneath, so you're still covered and can show-off the design. Mabrook, try maxi skirts...they're right on trend and totally covered.
      yea but the skirts i'm talking abt r short. long skirts not my style. i'll see if a skinny jeans under looks ok.black leggings don't look good on me.

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      i LIKE this thread!
      In particularly in summer i just dont know what to do!
      i get very hot very easily but so hate having to wear cardigans all the time on top of strapless stuff and feel a bit silly especially when on holiday in 30+ heat
      as you all say winter is so much easier
      I also find i end up looking frumpy some days
      Ive done the sticking fabric under low necklines before too which is great
      i think we need a line of maxis for the more modest dresser!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Gaia View Post
      This is besides the point but it's been like 6 years since I started hijab and I'm still not able to experiment with it. I'm stuck at black.


      I love winter for hijabies . We can layer and be all covered without worrying about sweating and looking all freaky. I'm not comfortable wearing leggings under my dress :/. I feel like I'm naked. But I do wear lots of skinny jeans and sometimes they're really tight so I make sure my dress is up to my knees.

      omg we should post our hijabi outfits
      I think we need to have an intervention for you. Seriously, the black hijab thing is starting to bug me. If I was over there, I'd have forced some wonderfully rainbowed scarf on you by now
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      Quote Originally Posted by supersummer View Post
      i LIKE this thread!
      In particularly in summer i just dont know what to do!
      i get very hot very easily but so hate having to wear cardigans all the time on top of strapless stuff and feel a bit silly especially when on holiday in 30+ heat
      as you all say winter is so much easier
      I also find i end up looking frumpy some days
      Ive done the sticking fabric under low necklines before too which is great
      i think we need a line of maxis for the more modest dresser!
      Yes maxis but also other things! You can get fed up quite quickly of wearing maxi dresses/skirts all the time - hence this thread!
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      i recently bought a few short skirts. I have one pleated leopard print short skirt that i wear with my straight jeans and ankle boots. I wear it with a black turtleneck ( there is a pic of me in somewhere on GS).

      I do have a few of those high-low skirts/dresses. LOVE them. Wear them with straight/skinny jeans.

      you could wear knee high boots with midi skirts/dresses.

      i'm loving vests these days. they are good for layering and covering.

      also love peg trousers.

      for i wear dresses a little higher than the knee with pants. if they are longer i would just hem them.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mad Hatter View Post
      Please do expand Nomi, in which way - do I wear a slab of pork on my head a la Lady Gaga style?





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