OOTD -- Going To The Masjid

Moroccan robe, pink long sleeve shirt, straight leg jeans, cream scarf, Converse sneakers

Just my masjid outfit. I got this Moroccan robe from my mother, I think it's from Fes=) 

The color is old rose, it has taupey designs on it, and beautiful detailing on the front.This is really convenient, I like how you can wear pretty much anything underneath. I thought light pink and cream would compliment the robe. I added jeans for warmth and Converse sneakers for comfort LOL

Oh BTW, it looks like the shoes are on the robe, they're not, they're actually on their shoebox=)

Outfit Inspiration

Hey ladies! I know it's been ages, almost a month! Did someone miss me? :D

It's been a while, I know, but I've working on something =)

I'm a suscriber of Anna Saccone's The Style Diet. The author is a professional stylist and she's more on the simple and casual side, which I like since I can relate to her style. Her channel features a video called Sexy In Black: 5 Different Ways, in which she shows how to wear black from head to toe in the workplace without it being boring/goth/mourning-like.

This inspired me to create a post on the same theme, for several reasons:

1. My wardrobe carries a lot of black pieces
2. I needed to find a way to wear them in a 'non-boring/goth/mourning-like' fashion
3. I wanted to come up with combos I wouldn't have thought of otherwise
4. The experience is worth a good post=)

The thing is, I tweaked it a little so that it can adjust to modest dressing. One: obviously, we don't have the same guidelines when it comes to appropriate clothing, so I decided to change "sexy" into "classy". Much more hijabi-like ;) Second, the video features 5 styles, I chose to display only 3.

I tried to come up with styles that are work-appropriate in my opinion, but not too serious- I'm more of a casual gal.

I recommend wearing with a black trenchcoat on top of these looks-at least, that's what I plan on doing=)

As for the shoes, I picked up two pairs that would match the look I was going for.

I tried my best to provide accurate and clear pictures, please bear with me=)

Black pointy flats, for more of a formal look