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is the largest online retailer of Modest Islamic clothing like Borka, Kaftans, Gown Borka, Abayas, Jilbabs, Hijabs, Skirts, Kurtis in Bangladesh. We are headquartered in Dhaka but ship worldwide to all countries around the globe
The term “modest” may have varied interpretations across religious boundaries and even within them. Commonalities can also exist; for example, many Christian, Jewish, and Muslim women practice the veiling of their head, with Christian women wearing a head covering, Jewish women wearing a tichel
, and Muslim women wearing a HIjab On 28 July 2015, a world panel discussion was held in with the aim of defining guidelines for modest fashion.
This growth has been studied by scholars such as British professor Reina Lewis from Fashion. Among heion ‘Modest Fashion: Styling Bodies, Mediating Faith’ (2013) and ‘Muslim Fashion: Contemporary Style Cultures’ (2015).
In late 2018, modest fashion was considered a 250 billion dollar industry. Islamic clothing
is clothing that is interpreted as being in accordance with the teachings of Islam. Muslims wear a wide variety of clothing, which is influenced not only by religious considerations, but also practical, cultural, social, and political factors.
In modern times, some Muslims have adopted clothing based on Western traditions, while others wear modern forms of traditional Muslim dress, which over the centuries has typically included long, flowing garments. Besides its practical advantages in the climate of the Middle East, loose-fitting clothing is also generally regarded as conforming to Islamic teachings, which stipulate that body area that are sexual in nature must be hidden from public view. Traditional dress for Muslim men has typically covered at least the head and the area between the waist and the knees, while traditional women’s dress conceals the hair and the body from the ankles to the neck.
Some Muslim women also Cover their faces Islamic dress is influenced by two scriptural sources, the Quran and HadithThe Quran provides guiding principles believed to have come from God while the body of the hadith describes a human role model through the traditions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad branch of fashion industry influenced by Islamic principles is known as Islamic