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Online Islamic Clothing Stores

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Blessed   

abayaaddict.com

shukronline.com

thehijabshop.com

pearl-daisy.com - love their hoojabs (p.s checkout Amenakin, the founder on youtube - lovely sister Mashaallah)

basmakcollection.com - founded by a young Somali sister new to the 'hijab fashion' scene.

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^ I've seen the last two on fb-very nice but they need more variety (which i guess will come with time).

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Salam ladies

 

If you have not heard of it i would like to Inform you of a new online store Anshah boutique where you can find elegant, modest & stunning pieces such as kaftans, abayas, hijabs, and fashion jewellery at affordable prices.

 

Theres a new collection just arrived which would be perfect for brides or anyone who is looking for a dress with the wow factor. You can check

out current stock on Facebook and Instagram.

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^^lol Johnny....

 

 

You raised a valid question but good luck getting an honest answer from Blessed and the likes.

 

Mida kale, Poster, its against SOL rules to promote other sites, and if you are going to break the site rules, you might as well share a list of online Somali stores that sale clothes. Waayo, this is a Somali forum, and as such,

you should be promoting Somali businesses and not some Paki or Arab store, whose attempt at outsourcing

saves them few pennies and contract their fabric to Asia, and possibility put few additional dollars in the pockets of a Chinese business man, who will make the material in a factory in China, with Chinese seamtresses, and as a result, sell the products to customers abroad.

 

FYI, change the title of the post to ONLINE SOMALI CLOTHING STORES....(SOMALI BUSINESSES FOR

SOMALIS)

 

and including the likes of http://www.kabayarefashion.com/ in your list. This site caters

to customers from diverse background.

 

Even Johnny's little girl can buy a beautiful scarf for as low as $10, and match it with a skirt, without invoking

Islam.

 

I'm just saying...

 

 

 

LayZie G.

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Layzie G you raised a good point. Somali online stores are rare compared to the Asian/ Arab owned stores, Lakin it's picking up and inshallah by next year there will be lots more. Well rest assured that my store anshah boutique is somali owned no dirics available yet specialising in kaftans mainly.

 

Armani's abaya shop is another somali owned store in east London- they sell diric, abaya, kaftans etc and they also do henna which is the amazing. .

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Johnny B;974620 wrote:
Why is Islamic clothing = Women clothing ?

Muslim men are left behind
:(

Seriously dude, how ****** do you think we are? Like you care for Muslim men and the supposed lack of Islamic clothing options for them :D. If you were even the least bit sincere you'd do a simple a google search and get your answer.

 

Lazy G- SOL is a forum for us to share information with others who may have the same interests as we do. Not every thread will appease all. If you are interested in Somali clothing, please feel free to start a thread about that. I initiated this thread because i happen to like those sites and some others may also like them. I initiated it with the intention of coming across similar sites that some other nomads, like Blessed, may know. I don't believe this would constitute as promoting other sites rather information sharing.

 

As for the name change whilst i appreciate your order :D, i will not be changing the title of this thread, however, like i said feel free to start your own thread titled just that.

 

In saying all that though I'm sure that is not the real intention of your crusade is it? Like JB, please look for a fight somewhere else, no takers here.

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*Blessed;975027 wrote:
^You're wasting valuable time on the anti-hijab brigade darling
;)

I was trying to be polite :D

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^^ no one said anything about Somali clothing. My point was that you were not promoting Somali businesses.

In any case, show me a Somali store that does not sell your taste in clothes.

 

 

 

*Blessed;975027 wrote:
^You're wasting valuable time on the anti-hijab brigade darling
;)

I guess your eyes aren't working too well nowadays. No one said anything about Hijab. (Qalal oo 'Hijab' la dhaho

aa kugu dhacay aan umaleynaa.)

 

Go back and read the thread carefully.

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