Polished hijab casual looks

Faced with off the charts high temps, one has to meticulously calculate the pieces one’s layering to put a trendy modest outfit. The most difficult outfits are those of the day to day.


What to wear when you don’t have the time to over think how to style fabulous jeans, a gorgeous tunic or a perfect pair of trainers. 
Instagram feeds or celebrities’ and fashion it-ladies’ looks are a means to get inspiration at the tip of your fingers.

Define which looks suit you best and experiment a lot with new combos to really transform how you represent yourself style wise. 

For a unique Hijab look, go out in full confidence wearing a tucked in classic button down white shirt, light washed jeans and Balenciaga chunky trainers. To complement this basic combo, pick your favorite turban of a color that suits your skin tone.

A free-flowing pleated maxi skirt is a win-win piece which can be invested in a lot of occasions. Intricate tight pleats give a maximum impact of both movement, and fluctuating silhouette. Provided with this free-flowing and contracting air, style a pleated maxi skirt of luxurious fabric and soft hues with fitted blazers or blouses of feminine details.

Enrich your skirts collection with summery prints themes. Bold colored patterns add a sophisticated touch to your overlook. Pair a fitted shirt in black with a maxi A-line skirt of black and nude tan snake print.

Dress this polished combo and wear nude or black pointed-toe high heels. Update your print collection rocking the timeless chain prints that are available in versatile bottom pieces such as maxi skirts and dresses. 

Give your smart casual looks a boost stocking up on power suits of vibrant summery colors or a bit of pattern, to ace this look pair your suits with chunky trainers. Dress up a gingham blazer and matching pants with nude heels and your good to go in no time.

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About the author;

This article was written by guest author Reham selim.

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