Am I the only one today who finds it funny that girls without a headscarf are sometimes wearing looser clothing... and more of it... than their hijabi counter-part? Some sisters are sooooo willing to find a way to wear Kate Moss's t-shirt and skinny jeans as hijab (and if I am correct wasn't she a coke-head?), or a pair of pants Rachel Bilson wore, but they get very upset when someone brings up the sunnah of what the Prophet's wives and the Sahaba (may Allah be pleased with them) wore, saying, we don't have to dress like that anymore. I get inspiration from what celebs wear all the time (colours, patterns, design---all halal things), but when it comes down to it, I'd rather be wearing what the Sahaba wore, i.e proper chest-covering khimar and my beloved jilbab. Is it so hard to wear a little more fabric on one's self? I mean, even Paris Hilton, JLo, Kate Moss, and Pamela Anderson are taking cracks at a garment that could adapted to be jilbab (see-through and too tight since they are not worn AS an overgarment are the usual culprits that make a celeb's garb not hijab). Women that aren't willing to imitate the best of womenkind, like Maryam, and Sumaiyah (may Allah be pleased with them both), maybe you can try Nicole Ritchie, Plum Sykes... These non-muslim women work the look casual, evening, working, and pregnant. It isn't hard. It doesn't suffocate your style, and despite what some people think it isn't old fashion. It ALWAYS was a modern way of dressing. Even Anna Wintour [Vogue] is wearing the look.Women are supposed to look like women, not little pin-up dolls. We are supposed to be highly feminine (we are supposed to be recognized as women so this isn't a sin) but not erotic in public. Elegent modest clothing. And before sisters go all nuts on the sis in the skirt with a hijab on below, she may be showing more skin, but actually less of her body, cuz that mini is looser than the other sisters' jeans. Men like the shape of a woman's curves. That goes for sisters in tight fitting jilbabs too. If your hourglass form or booty is hugged and apparent, it does not meet the hijab requirements. I hope the trend of long sleeved long dresses carries on. My faves are Gillian Anderson's farasha, Plum Sykes's Pucci, Nicole Ritchie's vintage, and Angelina's grey caftan (Eva Green's Oscar da la Renta one is soooooo lush though).