Wednesday, July 8, 2009

SET WITH NIQAB FOR ONE KOREAN CUTIE

If our girl Adelle were a munaqaba (niqabi)---that is of course, if she were Muslim, and she let me play dress up doll with her as she often does--- than this would be a look I could create for this Korean cutie.

Caftan from http://www.gottawearit.com/silkycaftan.html and niqab from http://www.hijabgirl.com/niqab.html.

16 comments:

UniMuslimah said...

Salaam alaikum,
it's a cute outfit! I like the fingerless gloves and the brightly coloured socks. :D Is there a hat on top of the scarf?

Cheers.

Sarah Plain And Short said...

lol i doubt she would let u!! but very cute ensemble, that caftan is beautiful!!

Sarah Plain And Short said...

wait can you do me a set with the leopard print? i think its awesome

Anonymous said...

That print is gorgeous!!!

-Ducky

Pixie said...

UniMuslimah: wa alaykom e salaam ramatullah wa barakto---jazakallahkheiran. yes, he he he, it is a hat---and flower pin, over a niqab. I wear mine that way:D

Pixie said...

Sarah: she's already tried my niqabs on. Unfortunately, string niqabs don't always work on Korean faces. LOL, so she'd suit the elastic styles I bet.....

Pixie said...

Sarah: would you really wear head to toe leopard??? Just curious.

Pixie said...

Ducky: thanks! Shoe you can cover part of your body and still be VERY expressive.

ummmalaak said...

I love that caftan!!!
I checked out the caftan site and got the giggles---white men in caftans!!! That is so cool! Are there really non-muslim men willing to wear a caftan?!

Lisa said...

I think it's very Adele Pixie! Th dress and shoes are perfect for her style. Good job! Love you so much!

Pixie said...

ummmalak: I wish more Muslim men would wear thobes.... or dishdashas and caftans.

Pixie said...

Lisa: thanks!

Umm Muhammad said...

love it!

ummqais said...

i wan't that bag

Sarah Plain And Short said...

i wouldnt mind wearing a leopard print dress at home maybe if it was a maxi dress.

UniMuslimah said...

Salaam,
I love that idea! I love it when sisters cover properly, but get creative with it- especially niqabis. As much as I respect my sisters who opt for the whole black look, I think here in Canada, non-Muslims (and even some Muslims) get really put off by it. Colour and creativity shows that we're not just cookie-cut versions of eachother, we're individuals. :)

So... Love the hat and clip! :D

Cheers.