Sunday, 2 August 2009

Celebrating a Wedding :: East London


15 comments:

caraboska said...

GASP! No other comment today except Masha'Allah!

Hii said...

Wow, maashAllah! I LOVE the sari and how she hijabified it! I wouldn't have thought that color on her scarf would match but it looks amazing.

x l said...

oooh, masha'Allah. soooo beautiful, mA!

purplegrandma said...

I have got to get a sari, they are damn slimming. @_@
And love this outfit!

Anonymous said...

Stunning!!

yellowRose said...

loving the 70's bling-esque/hindi film look of the photo. we need more good quality pics like this.

lovely pose and sari one teeeny little thing if we are talking about fashion - lose the necklace - that would make it a perfect outfit. and if we are talking about hijab - you can improve on this - it is perfect ( :

Ruby said...

WOW!!! Love the sari and the necklace. She look absolutely gorgeous!!

Anonymous said...

mmmh, smthn for me! just btfl..

Anonymous said...

I have to say this is one of the most stunning posts on this blog. What a gorgeous outfit. She has managed to retain the authenticity of the saree look while covering her arms and wearing a headscarf. Really inspiring and definitely my favourite photo so far.

yellowRose said...

oops i meant to write - ''you *can't* improve on this ...''

Dedra said...

simply awesome~ masha'allah!

Anonymous said...

The necklace is one of my favourite parts!

Anonymous said...

Such a pretty outfit!
We need to see more Indian muslim women like this.

The red and gold colors go so well together.

Really love how the blouse sleeves are full length.

She is able to dress in style while keeping it all simple and modest.

Anonymous said...

She's Bangladeshi, not Indian!

Aisha Baranowska said...

She is wearing Indian saree, but how she managed to hijabify the saree blouse! She is wearing it with long and long-sleeved red top underneath, in the same shade of red as the saree is, so no skin is showing at the bottom of her corps and her arms remain covered! And sare with hijab and even with a necklace is sth I just couldn't manage to put together well... I have 3 saris at home but I would never think it is possible to wear long sleeved top under the blouse. I am fatty and the saree blouses are always too tight on me, any way, so I have to have them made to measure and therefore straight on customized to be long and long-sleeved, or I have to wear long sleeved, long layering top in matching colour INSTEAD of the blouse, but I would not wear the oryginal short and short sleeved blouse over the top under the saree because I would feel too much bulky and uncomfortable. I can't even walk in saree! How do they do that they have it loose at the bottom? I always end up being wrapped up like a mummy with the saree almost sticking to my legs at the bottom, so I can't even walk in it...;(- But, I'm European, I just don't get it...lol ;(-