Alhamdulillah Hijab is part of me now couldn’t go out without it. 7 years ago
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Alhamdulillah I took my Shahadah in November and have been wearing Hijab since day 1 I dont think I could go out now without it on, its part of me now for the next stage I would really want to wear Niqaab and Inshallah I will soon. 7 years ago
I am a convert and I have been wearing hijab for 3 years. It was difficult at first for me to not feel self-conscious. I hated to run into people who knew me pre-Islam for fear of judgment. Now I just fear ALLAH’s judgment. I have become very skillful at “the art of wearing hijab” and would be more than happy to give pointers. 7 years ago
Wearing a hijab is something which has to come from within you. You can’t do it for anyone except yourself and Allah. When I started wearing the hijab, I had 3 friends who also started with me. We all had the passion to connect more with Allah (swt) and do it soley for him. When you first make a commitment to wear the hijab, you can’t assume that every bad habit you have is going to go away that same day. Everything happens gradually, and it is the intention that you have that matters most. =) Don’t hesitate to ask me any questions. Take Care & Fi Amaan Allah. 7 years ago
I did it 4 someone and not for God and that was a major mistake…wearing a hejab is not wrong…infact it’s actually advisable to do so…but u have to understand the real purpose behind it…basically, it’s all about modesty…dressing modestly and behaving decently is a very good start. I’ve seen a few Hijabis who wear tight fitting clothes and behave quite inapproapriately and that really, really sucks, and definately goes against the whole principle of feminine modesty as recommended by God in the Quran.
All I know is, when I do start wearing one someday, I know I’ll be wearing it because I want to and because it feels good…not because I’m forced to.
I’ve started putting it on for this holy month…and I’m doing it with the right intention this time…let’s just see how it goes…so far so good though, I’m not smoking in public cos that would look funny and contradict the whole point of wearing a Hejab…hihihi…that’s a plus point…and the solid reason as to why I’ve been smoking less…. 7 years ago