I haven’t blogged in forever as I’ve been busy trying to get my degree but now that its in my pocket, I will be having more time to spend on blogging. I just realized that I haven’t did an outfit post and I have been meaning to, so this post will be dedicated to a super gorgeous yet casual outfit.
I absolutely love this outfit, it can be dressed up and down at the same time. I went for an extremely long checked shirt (that is super halaal) and I paired it with a dark blue denim that I folded at the end so that my killer boots won’t be missed!
The print of the checked shirt made it busy but not too loud. Since there was a lot of blue going on, I added these black ankle boot heels which are super comfortable and can be worn during every season of the year! How great is that!
A black over sized handbag matched perfectly with the boots and helped the outfit come together.
And finally for my hijab, I went for a dark blue scarf that matched with the hues of blue of the shirt. The twisted turban style added a twist to my very put together outfit. My makeup was super subtle so to round off my look I added red lipstick, of course!
While most of us were celebrating Eid and I was engrossed in the lovely world of assignments, Anniesa Hasibuan made history! I’m sure some of you are not too sure about who’s she and why she’s so important that she deserved a blog post plus respect and awe from me. Well let me clear all that up for you!
Whilst we all were Eid vibing, Anniesa Hasibuan made history by showcasing a hijab collection at NYFW. Yes, NEW YORK FASHION WEEK!! Anniesa is a 29- year old Indoniesian fashion designer from Jakarta, that has been displaying her work of modest wear at various fashion weeks but she certainly reached a milestone when her Spring/Summer 2017 (SS 17) was showcase during NYFW. The fashion industry welcomed this collection with open arms and there was nothing but ravishing about her and her collection.
The designer herself: Anniesa Hasibuan thanks attendees
The collection consisted of evening wear inspired from Indonesia and its fashion, classic techniques and a distinctive touch of the hijab. The hijab was worn with crystal- crusted eye wear, pajama pants and very chic layering. The collection consisted of a vast amount of pastels, embellishments made each garment stand out, silk kaftans and robes were layered in many ensembles. The final piece included an ensemble with multi-colored embellishments and a gorgeous trail with a matching hijab. The designer made the hijab look extremely trendy and a must have accessory this Spring and Summer.
Photo credit: Google Images
How stunning is the final ensemble! Displaying a hijab collection in one of the most critiqued industries and them actually embracing shows how much we’ve moved forward in terms of modest wear and religion. While countries are banning the hijab, New York chose to be accepting and provided a platform to show the hijab and how it can be worn and still look stylish, chic and beautiful. The Indonesian culture plus the Islamic head scarf mixed with modesty and lots of embellishments definitely made a statement and will be talked about for years to come!
If you want to see more of the show and the stunning garments as these are only a few of the ensembles from the show, then watch the video below:
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