We are halfway through the semester and halfway through fall. Need some easy but autumn-approved looks for class, the library, or the dining hall? Scroll to see some picks that do the job.
Remember our article about French hijabis, in which we discussed how much we hear about French hijabis and the restrictions placed upon them but never actually see any French hijabis? Here is part two—without the history lesson but with the same amount of style inspiration. Here are five more hijabis who the French government probably are not fans of but who we at Hijabified want to be as chic as.
It’s pretty evident by now that we love a good color trend. This time, the color of sunshine, daisies, and butter seen on the SS19 runways of Tibi, Rodarte and Alexander McQueen and all over Pinterest boards everywhere. Or at least all over mine.
Did someone say #weddingszn?
The only time I’m not shopping at Zara is the month before the sale starts. Almost everything goes on sale, and that buyer’s remorse hits hard when you see stuff that you already bought 30-40% off.
We rounded up our favorite picks perfect for hijabis and modest dressing.
You’ve seen this before. The hundreds, probably thousands, of “French girl style” articles where words like sophisticated, timeless, pared-down and undeniably chic jump out of the screen. And the writers are not wrong. As The Outline pointed out, among other things, French girl fashion is the one trend that never goes away.
These articles also share another thing in common—reading them, you come to the conclusion that the perfect French woman is a white woman. Style listicles often leave out women of color, although there are many.
So this past month, Hijabified posted this slideshow of different pictures we found where bloggers were wearing hair clips over their hijab.
You guys loved them! Or really really liked them, enough for us to post another picture we found (by scrolling through the 2 million posts hashtagged “hairclip”) and to do a roundup. I can’t say I would personally wear one on my hijab at first but I also can’t say it isn’t growing on me.