Posts Tagged ‘islamic clothing’

Model Scarves and Shawls! One of the most enduring fashion accessories that have never lost their appeal are scarves. Even through generations have worn them across several centuries. Worn for functionally throughout the world to provide warmth and protection against the bitter cold, or worn for its religious and cultural significance… their use of one has also evolved into other purposes.

Sep 8th, 2011 | Filed under Fashion

Pashmina blankets are created from pashmina, which is a wonderful, lightweight though expensive fiber. After paying for that reason significantly for the blanket, you might prolong its life just with the right care and cleaning.

Sep 7th, 2011 | Filed under Fashion

Islam is one of the most influential religions of the world. Its followers are distribute all across the world. But people’s outfits are influenced by their culture and tradition, there are other elements that may motivate them., climate, social status and group identity. Islamic clothing too follows the same pattern. The Muslim attires generally vary from spot to position.

Sep 6th, 2011 | Filed under Fashion

Islamic wear has an extremely fascinating history. In the ancient times, Islamic clothes for both genders used to look almost the same.. The apparel would cover the entire form including the face and just the eye lids would be visible. The men wore identical looking attire without covering their face.

Sep 5th, 2011 | Filed under Fashion

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Sep 1st, 2011 | Filed under Fashion

An old age notion that shawls are worn by girl just is broken down this time by Pashmina shawls and scarves. They are popular amongst both ladies and men and in particular the popular younger generation.. Except scarves, now there are various shawls and wraps in vogue.

Aug 23rd, 2011 | Filed under Fashion

The Jilbab has bit by bit become a symbol of strong assertion of an Islamic identity for lady in the Muslim community globally. For that reason much has been discussed and debated related to this dress from it being a symbol of oppression subjugating them to will of a male dominated world view right down to restricting participation of girl in society.

Aug 15th, 2011 | Filed under Fashion