Many cultures have their own “cultural clothing” so to say, I am Lebanese and we do not have any particular traditional clothing and sometimes that makes me sad. I would say this dress is close to the traditional Moroccan kaftans so I was super excited to finally be wearing some type of traditional attire even if it wasn’t from my own culture. The Elysia Embroidery dress from Kaftan for Less is absolutely beautiful and can be worn to any special event you may have coming up. I am wearing the Plum color in these pictures.
Dress: Kaftan for Less
Jersey Hijab: Hijab-ista
Hand-chain: MonAmour Collection
If I could wear neutrals everyday, I would. They are just so classy and timeless, they can make anyone look good! For this outfit I decided to go full on neutral from head to toe and I absolutely loved the way it turned out. I am wearing the Dolce Dots hijab from Austere Attire, its unfortunately sold-out at the moment, I’m not sure if they will restock it or not but they have many other options, such as the Solid Nude hijab. The Gemstone headpiece I am wearing is also from Austere Attire and they have a couple other pretty ones to choose from as well!
Hijab: Austere Attire sold-out (other neutral hijab here)
Headpiece: Austere Attire
Blouse: Forever21 old (similar here and here)
Trousers: H&M old (similar here and here)
Purse: Kate Spade (cheaper option here)
Shoes: Macy’s old (other nude heels here)
Watch: Michael Kors (cheaper option here)
Bracelets: The Chiq Jewelry
I don’t know about you girls but I love pastels. They’re just so beautiful and girly! When Austere Attire sent me the Sugar Pop hijab in this light peach color it inspired me to put together this pastel colored outfit. I really liked the material of this hijab, it was not slippery at all and it had little polka-dots all over it that you could actually feel when you touch the hijab. The hijab is from their new collection which just went live a couple days ago and its still available for only $15.00!!! They have so many hijabs to choose from for extremely affordable prices such as this one.
Hijab: Austere Attire
Top: Forever21 old (other here)
Skirt: Delicate Hijabi
Purse: Ralph Lauren old (other here)
Shoes: Macy’s old (other here)
Necklace: Forever21 sold-out (other here)
Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs (cheaper here)
Bangle: Lord & Taylor old (other here)
My favorite thing ever is pairing up two patterns together. Sometimes this can be hard to do because it ends up looking tacky and all wrong, but you can never go wrong with florals and stripes! I particularly really liked this outfit because it was just so comfortable and laid back but looked very put-togther nevertheless. The hijab I’m wearing was sent to me by The Hijab Souq and I really loved it, the fabric was light and breathable. They have many prints and plain colored hijabs as well for very low prices, you should definitely check them out.
Hijab: The Hjab Souq
Stripped shirt: Forever21
Boyfriend Jeans: Nordstrom old (cheaper here, here, & here)
Purse: Michael Kors old (other here)
Shoes: Marshalls old (other here)
Not too long ago Kaftan For Less sent us their Safitri Dress in the color Tosca and I am absolutely in love with it! It came with a matching pashmina scarf that was of the same material as the dress but I decided to pair it up with a different hijab. My favorite part about it is that its not too long, most dresses I receive usually need to be altered because they’re way too long for me! But this one was perfect because you can dress it up with heels or style it in a casual way with comfortable flats. For this look I decided to dress it up with some nude heels, beige hijab, some gold accessories and a statement beaded clutch.
I hope you love it <3
Dress: Kaftan For Less
Hijab: old (similar here)
Necklaces: Forever21 sold out (other here)
Clutch: Forever21 sold out (other here)
Heels: Macy’s old (similar here)