I know how awesome it is that the fashion industry is starting to cater to Muslim women. However, we cannot forget about the Muslims Fashion Designers. This article is to explain why we should be buying from Muslims for real inclusiveness in the fashion world.
We also need to give our money to Muslim Fashion Designers, boutiques, and clothing stores.
I buy all of my hijabs from Muslim fashion designers or companies to help give money back to the Muslim community and to give money to smaller businesses. I do not buy hijabs from anyone else. I do not want to cater to buy designer clothes, if I can get it from a Muslim instead.
There are a couple hijab and clothing companies I would like to feature in this post:
Diamanté Scarves is a hijab and scarf boutique company in California but they sell their products online. They focus on having high fashion scarves but also keep them affordable. They offer scarves that are fashionable like their chiffon or lace hijabs.
The owner and founder of this brand is Chelsea (Not in the picture above). By “Trial and error” she founded the company with the goal to help Muslim women living in the west, reverts in particular, to dress modestly. Her boutique skips the awkwardness of clothe shopping. Her company also helps with the problem of not finding anything that fits just right or covers your body the way you want.
Tuesday in Love:
Asides from having beautiful scarves, Tuesday in Love is the only company that I will get my halal nail polish from because that have done actual tests to prove they are water permeable. They are also a Muslim owned company. Other “Water permeable” nail polish companies are not owned by Muslims. The CEO of one company in particular, Orly, has said bad things about Muslims, which is why Muslimgirl.com pulled their partnership with them.