I think quite a lot about this issue and I struggled with myself whether I should write about it or not. It’s always risky when it comes to religion, so people watch their mouths or think twice before they say something. Therefore, it’s always an interesting issue too. Nonetheless, this blog entry isn’t about insulting any religion or criticizing people’s way of life. I can’t do it anyway because of the lack of background knowledge. Being raised as a Muslim girl and knowing many other girls, who wear Hijab, made me write about it.
Anyway, blogs in general and especially fashion blogs turned out to be a phenomenon in the internet society, which isn’t just a trend but a longer lasting thing. So I realized even Muslim girls have their “fashion blogs”, especially on Facebook.
It’s a fact that every girl wants to look good and attractive and it’s not morally objectionable that there are fashion advices out there for every group of people. Many designers are influenced by the islamic culture and the fashion. There are fashion designers for that group of Muslim women too. If you want to live a certain way, then do it. If you want to dress up a certain way, then do it. In my opinion that’s part of what makes freedom. One thing you shouldn’t do is to lie to yourself because everyone dresses up to be beautiful, recognized and self-fulfilled and that’s ok. The world is much more beautiful if there are beautiful things to see. Keep it fresh!
Street Style shoots
Fashion Magazine about Hijab Fashion