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Women Clothing In Islam You’ll Want to Replace Your Wardrobe With

Whether you’re sticking to a dress code for religious reasons or simply looking for fresh new ways to glam up, women clothing in Islam have different collections that will no doubt cater to your style. Islam women have different tastes in clothes, so the perfect outfits for Muslim ladies will really depend on your personal preference. If you’re thinking that modest clothing for Islamic ladies all look the same, think again! It’s really all a matter of picking the ones that have subtle details to make your overall look stand out from the rest of the crowd. It could be an accent piece in the form of unique sleeves, a different shade that’s subdued but fresh, an extra lace detail or stitching along cuffs and plackets, or eye-catching colours in flattering silhouettes!

Whatever trend you fancy right now, we’ve got the lowdown on the most fabulous picks out there just for you:

 

1. Women clothing in Islam with unique cuffs

Who says that you need to be Plain Jane all the time just because you're heading to a religious event? While you wouldn’t want to go overboard with all of the accessories and the unnecessary bling, it definitely can’t hurt to add a touch of personality here and there to infuse some fun into your women attire in Islam. It’s important to remember your reasons for wearing your modest clothes - while you still need to keep yourself covered up properly, it doesn’t mean that your clothing for Muslim women has to be boring and repetitive.

Say goodbye to all of those nay-sayers in your life! Pump up your fashion game by thinking out of the box. For instance, you can style your abaya in such a way that you stay classy and simple all while avoiding your run-of-the-mill clothes for Islam women. This Valentino Abaya features an A-line cut that flatters your figure no matter what the angle, and at the same time, the gold studs that line the cuffs lend an edgy yet elegant look to your average clothing for Muslim women. The kimono style design gives you the flexibility of wearing it open or closed, and to top it all off, it’s made from quality Dubai silk fabric to keep you comfy all throughout the day. It also has a matching corded tassel belt for the ultimate versatility.

 
Shop The Look: Valentino Abaya, £89.00 GBP | Shop other Abayas

 

2. Clothes for Islam women with stitched hemlines 

It’s important to wear simple yet sleek pieces that help you exude confidence and pizzazz wherever you may go. Make sure that your modest clothing for Islamic ladies speaks volumes about your elegance and minimalism with intricate stitching that doesn’t distract from your overall look. When you’re shopping online for women’s attire in Islam, it’s a good idea to look for pieces that have contrasting coloured stitches along cuffs and hemlines for some stand-out details that don’t look too obvious.

This Unique Abaya for example features contrasting black stitches along the plackets, hemline, and cuffs to really elevate your look to a whole new level. The pristine white colour keeps things classy and chic, and it makes sure that your minimalist look is totally on point whether you're prepping for an important religious event or you simply want to switch up your abaya style for the day. The concealed buttons on the front also gives you the flexibility of wearing it open or closed as you like, so you can wear it as it is or go for a more casual look in jeans underneath.

 
Shop The Look: Unique Abaya, £99.00 GBP | Shop other Abayas

 

3. Modest clothing for Islamic ladies in beautiful beige

If you want an easy and no-fuss way of making your women’s clothing in Islam stand out, opt for a nude shade instead of your typical black and white. It’s the perfect shade for the summer, but it doesn’t really push you out of your comfort zone too much. A simple, monochromatic beige tone easily transforms all types of clothes for Islam women into instant showstoppers without going overboard.

Case in point: this Chichek Abaya made from gorgeous and lightweight al-Madinah silk features a kimono style design and stunning ecru lace embroidery that runs delicately from shoulders to cuffs in order to emphasize your femininity. The white lace can pair beautifully with a white hijab that can add an extra level of dimension to your outfit for Muslim ladies. It’s cute, cheap, and comfy, and it certainly livens up any kind of religious event!

 
Shop The Look: Chichek Abaya, £99.00 GBP | Shop other Abayas

 

4. Lace up your women’s attire in Islam 

Feminine, aesthetically pleasing, and mysterious, lace adds that much-needed oomph to your typical outfit for Muslim ladies.  There’s essentially nothing that lace can’t do, from keeping your overall vibe light and delicate to adding some mystery and depth to an otherwise mundane get-up. While you can’t simply pile on the lace details all throughout your women’s clothing in Islam, you can add it along the plackets and cuffs instead to keep things subtle.

This Leylak Abaya Khaki in lightweight Dubai silk does just that, and has an added feature of keeping you cool and comfy even through the warmest of weathers. The A-line cut lets the fabric fall down with amazing drape quality over your body, keeping your clothing for Musim women ever-stylish and fabulously flattering.

 
Shop The Look: Leylak Abaya Khaki, £100.00 GBP | Shop other Abayas

When it comes to thinking of different ways to make your Islam clothes for women turn heads the right way, you really don’t have to go too far. Remember that small, seemingly insignificant details can already make a world of difference when you’re a modern woman styling clothes for Islam. It’s all a matter of picking a singular accent area to highlight - for instance, your cuffs, your plackets, or your hemlines. Keep it simple and your gal pals will be copying your style in no time!

Ready to make your OOTDs go viral (and breathe new life into boring old styles)? Go ahead - it’s time to unleash the inner fashionista and trendsetter in you! Head on over to FERADJE and shop for the latest collections of stunning abayas for Muslim women today. 

 

By Catherine Dellosa
7 Aug 2020

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