About Me

NYC. Muslim. Married. Mommy of 2. Pharmacist. Fashionista.

 

Fashion. Food. Faith.

 

Lifestyle blog mainly consisting of modest fashion. Simply here to inspire. All praise due to the Most High.

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-Sana R

26 thoughts on “About Me

  1. LOVE the site! You look stunning as always! Mashallah! Great blog so far! Can’t wait to see what else is in store for us viewers!!! ;) I’m already inspired! Xoxo

  2. I’m speechless- just wow, mashallah love it- great outfits, great pics, great descriptions —im so excited for you and for this blog =)

  3. Interesting blog, but I don’t understand how if the Hijab exists for modesty purposes, then why do you care about fashion? Isn’t an interest in fashion go against the ideals of being modest? Being so colorful and fashion-oriented is immodest.

  4. Hi Sana, I just discovered your blog and I love it. I love you sense of fashion. I am not a hijabi, nor muslim, but I often long to avoid unwanted male attention while still looking very chic. Thanks for showing me the way of how to combine everyday pieces to produce a chic, modest, ensemble. I know that this may seem obvious to you, but for me i’m simply not used to layering (I live in the tropics) and we’re used to baring skin.
    One question – I also really admire the look of hijabs, but as a non-muslim woman I have shied away from wearing any head wrap that my be misconstrued as a hijab because I do not want to mis-represent myself as a muslim woman. So the question is: would it be offensive to muslims if a non-muslim were to wear some sort of head wrap that gives the impression that she is muslim?

    • Thank you so much for such a kind comment. That is exactly the reason I started this blog! Headwraps are becoming so trendy now, for Muslims and non Muslims. You would not be offensive to Muslims if you wore a headwrap. Tons of celebrities wear it now. Also, in regards to layering, since you live in the tropics you can always buy tops that are full sleeves (is that available where you are?) because sometimes layers can get messy and very hot in the summer heat. Hope this helps. Take care doll!

  5. Assalamualaikum
    I read many pages in your blog. I feel sorry just found this blog by now. But in other side, I am quite happy now. There are a Moslemah living in the west there, firmly fixed using a Hijab. On the other hand, I was fascinated by the way you are in fashion. This blog its really could be a reference for me.
    Thank you

    Greetings and Warm Hug of Family Mosleem from Indonesia
    Love

  6. Salams! I love the set up of your blog and how much effort youve put into it, I am also following you in instagram and love yours photos and posts. I have just started a blog and hope to get some help, please have a look at it when you get the chance. Thank you x

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