Friday, July 31, 2009

Eid Essentials: Pixie's Picks for husband and wife

a funky take on the traditional Eid dress for her http://www.al-anwarfashion.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=55_58&products_id=215 for $63.99 USD. a kashkha (cool) Eid thobe for him http://www.lomarthobe.com/shopping/index.php?target=products&product_id=29833.

15 comments:

Hijab Chic said...

I love the ring.

NeverEver said...

Salam Pixie!

I'm hoping your arm is feeling much better, inshaAllah.
Also the ring you chose in that spread is really interesting, I think I like it! :)

Stacy aka Fahiima said...

The ring says 'Aisha right? I have trouble with the script writing for some reason. ;)
Need to work on my Arabic.

Iman said...

I see I'm not the first one to fall in love with the ring. ;) Where did you find it?

sarwat said...

lovely ring did u find the same style with different names

cario girl said...

i love the dishdasha for the lady! however, wearing jewelry with Allah's name is is iffy for me.......to many situations where you may accidentally end up wearing it that are forbidden..........the bathroom for one!

Yasemin said...

Do I have bad taste? Because I LOVE that Eid dress. Cute ring too! Love you lots sweetie!

Noor said...

Asalaamu aleyki Pixie, jazzakillahu kheyr 4 all ur effort, can u please let us know where u found the ring? It's very pretty mashaAllaah! /A'aishah

UniMuslimah said...

Salaam alaikum,
It's nice to see you posting again- I hope this means that your arm is doing better.

I love that abaya! That's so pretty and really different!

Cheers!

yusna said...

asssalammualaikum pixie..

i left a comment months before. after that, i was so busy that i could only visit your webpage before i hit the sack..you give me lots to mulled over.

So, reading your thoughts, arguments and explanation, i have to come to make a difficult yet essential decision about me as a muslim. it is a leap of faith, i tell ya..

As in my previous notes to you, I did not wear hijab for the lame of excuse of not being 'ready'..but alhamdulilah, the first of syaaban has seen me changing from a non-hijabi to a hijabi. it's difficult but it is a journey i have to make to complete my religion.

I am still struggling but thanks to your blogs, i am doing well on day-to-day basis. Thank you so much. You had paved a way for me, i hope to see much more and learn tons from your blogs.

This, in my humble opinion, is what i consider jihad..maybe not so big as going to war but you have come to be my role model, leader in the 'war' for my personal betterment as a muslimah and a wife.

Thanks and hope you recover soon..

Lots of love,
Yusna

Aalia of Abu Dhabi said...

Mashaa'Allah @ Yusna!!

BarakAllahFeeki, Pixie, for your efforts in the Ummah <3

Pixie said...

The ring is made in Emirates. It is not available online. You can get any jeweler to make you a ring in DUbai if you have the gold.

Pixie said...

Yasemin: I love the Eid dress! I don't think either of us have horrible taste.

Pixie said...

Yusna: Jazzakallah kheir sister for your kind words, and mabruk, mashaAllah, for starting to wear hijab. MAy Allah make it easy for you, ameen.

Stacy aka Fahiima said...

I like the dress too, actually. My husband would hate it though, so I would never buy it.