Taqqabballahu minna wa minkum. May Allah accept from us all! I hope you all had a wonderful Eid. And please remember to still keep those who are being oppressed around the world in your prayers.
Baby T’s first Eid ul Fitr.
It takes me forever to get dressed now…partly due to the ‘selecting the outfit’ phase! I’ve attributed this to a few factors:
And to make matters more trying are the multiple weddings we’ve attended in the past couple weeks. I refuse to buy or sew new outfits for every event so I’ve had to come up with creative ways to wear pieces that I already own. The dress below was first worn to my graduation and then later to a family event. Both times I wore it with a shirt under for a semi-casual look but for a wedding I wanted something more formal so I wore a black blazer over. I added a few bling pieces for some sparkle as well.
Dress: Jessica Simpson
This is how I wore it to my graduation a couple years ago:
Which look do you prefer?
Jummah Mubarak dearies! Today was a wonderful Friday as it’s a public holiday in Canada – Good Friday. It was nice to go to Jummah with the hubs and visit our families. Today was also the last ‘distraction day’ I’ll have before the next two weeks of assignment deadlines and final exams cramp my life 😦 Anywho, here’s my somewhat Spring-like outfit for our somewhat Spring-like weather.
Outfit consists of:
Hijab: Vela Scarves
Maxi Dress: Forever 21
Flats: Old Navy
Cuff: Soon to be available at Bahiya Collections