Muslim fashion is picking up mainstream trends and Muslim women in particular are experimenting with organic clothing to keep the Islamic principle of modesty tied in with ethical ‘eco-hijab’ living. This ensemble is based on a skirt and cardigan from the UK’s Spirit Of Nature, an entirely organic store striving for ‘eco-living’. In keeping with the eco-lifestyle, the wedges are from Fashion Conscience, bag from Monsoon and scarf from Pearl Daisy.
I like this mix of textures and that the rear-end-covering vest echoes the aqua blue in both skirt and cardigan; it’s a fresh look with hopes of a warmer spring.
- Suzyloo Skirt, £27 – full and flared, at 24 inches in length you’d want to wear leggings underneath and knee-high boots.
- Demetria Cardigan, £37.50 – made from 50/50 soya bean and wool, this has a scooped neck with mother of pearl button fastenings.
- Classic Jersey Tank, £12
- Blue Brass Bangles, £12.50
- Green Block’n’Tie-dye headscarf £4.50 (usually £5.50), Pearl Daisy
- Balsam Vegan Gold Cork Wedge Shoe £45, Fashion Conscience
- Sahara Floral Trinket & Charm Shoulder Bag £38, Monsoon
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