How To: Delicate Hijabi maxi skirts in the winter!

Delicate Hijabi sent us the most gorgeous Mustard and Teal maxi skirts which just happened to be the perfect winter colors, so we decided to style some cozy winter looks with them. Many people might think that wearing a maxi skirt in the winter isn’t possible because its too cold, but with the right essentials anyone can quickly put together these warm and cozy outfits. We matched the skirts with some chunky knit sweaters. Farah’s is a crop top sweater which went perfect with a skirt, while Heba tucked her sweater in for a more fitted look. Next we added some chunky infinity scarves around our necks. We decided to wear chiffon/silky Hijab’s to compliment the chunky scarves. To keep from getting cold, Farah and Heba both wore very thick leggings underneath the skirts with some leather knee-high boots. The leggings and boots were essential for keeping warm while still being able to wear maxi skirts in the winter time! I hope our looks inspire you and encourage you to wear your maxi skirts in the cold winter weather while still looking fashionable <3

P.S. These skirts are currently on sale for $23.00 which is a steal! Get them while they’re still in stock.














Heba’s Outfit Details:

Skirt: Delicate Hijabi

Sweater: Forever21 old (similar here)

Hijab: Haute Hijab

Fur Scarf: Target old (other here)

Boots: Sam Edelman (other here)

Gloves: I do not know (here are some cute ones)

Clutch: Forever21

Hand chain: MonAmour Collection

Farah’s Outfit Details:

Skirt: Delicate Hijabi

Sweater: Forever21 (similar here)

Hijab: Haute Hijab sold out (similar here)

Infinity scarf: H&M old (similar here)

Boots: I don’t remember (other cute ones here)

Gloves: Micheal Kors (other here)

Purse: Micheal Kors (other here)

Necklace: MonAmour Collection




Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies

A lot of people have been asking for it so today I want to share with you all my favorite recipe for gluten-free cookies! These are going to be the most delicious gluten-free cookies you have ever tasted. Here is a list of the ingredients that you will need:

  • 1 cup of softened butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp. imitation vanilla
  • 3/4 cup white sugar
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar
  • 2 1/4 cup rice flour
  • 3 tsp. baking powder
  • 2 tsp. xanthan gum
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 12 oz. of chocolate chips or anything else that you like

In a bowl, first you will need to mix the softened butter, eggs, and imitation vanilla. Mix very well! Next you will need to add in the dry ingredients: sugar, baking powder, salt, and xanthan gum.. the flour goes last. Your mixture should now feel like cookie dough but much stickier than regular cookie dough because its a gluten-free recipe. DO NOT add more flour!!! Lastly you need to add in your chocolate chips, you can also put white chocolate chips, peanut butter chocolate chips, or any other toppings you like! Next you need to start rolling them into individual medium sized balls. Place the dough balls about 1 inch between each other on your wax paper covered cookie trays. Make sure your oven is preheated to 350 degrees F and bake the cookies for about 15-20 mins. WARNING: do not over bake them or they will turn out very dry because it is a gluten-free recipe. So I would keep checking up on them to make sure they’re not over baked yet. They look pale when I pull them out with slight browned edges. Take them off the cookie tray and let them cool on your counter.