This mdamma was meant to be worn in Tlemcen, Algeria this Summer.. Oh well, I’ll find a way (or rather: excuse) to wear it anyway. Perhaps for Eid?
The charm bracelet is made by yours truely!
I’m kind of in the midst of changing my wardrobe. It needs to become more adult, classier, timeless. Less sensitive to temporary trends. More personal, more suiting. More me. Is this part of growing up perhaps?
Alhamdulillah new things are coming! And look at this gorgeous room?! It’s mine! All mine!! Alhamdulillah ya rabbi I’m so so excited, I’ve been waiting for this for years!
Sorry dolls, I’ve been really busy lately as I’m moving. However, new things are coming insha’Allah and here’s a sneak peek! Hint: the site will become much more personal again!
The simplicity of this just makes it so much more gorgeous.
A Catholic Church in Positano, Italy. Stunning!
Can I just live here?!
A perfect spot to pray, read some Qur’an and just be spiritual.
I can’t help it, blame my dad for my Khaleeji obsession.
Cape Abayas are ultimate classiness. The perfect combination of Western class and Arab modesty.
I just got this obsession with Khaleeji style which I inherited from my father.. Allah ghaleb.
Some more inspo for our next home insha’Allah. It’ll be all about rustic glam!
Is it obvious that I love shoes and bags?!
Chedda Tlemceniya, traditional Algerian attire from Tlemcen. It’s soooo heavy to wear! But gorgeous!
I love these Western mixed Indian clothing pieces.
I love these kind of detail pics.
I got this thing with perfume bottles..
I love this simple kind of henna, so casual and perfect to wear on a daily basis!
Mestreech! My grandmother’s home.
If you love dresses and peonies, Malyarova Olga is your girl!
This anarkali is just stunning mashaAllah!
A kaftan from Corde Couture apparently.. I love kaftan details!
This together is perfection!
I love this simple yet statement design!
A wedding dress by Pnina Tornai. Perfect!
How to use a handira aka Moroccan wedding blanket.
A modern lehenga choli, simpy gorgeous!
I just love this anarkali!
Thanks dad, for the inherited obsession with Khaleeji style.
This amazing Kaftan is made by Rafinity Haute Couture
My beautiful Amsterdam. Credits go to The Blond Macaron.
I’m kinda feeling this cow rug..
Where my dad once used to live.. Ya Allah!