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Haute Muslimah is the premier destination for modest, fashion-conscious, real-life women



I remember the exact moment when I began Haute Muslimah. I had just had my first baby and I was thinking, there has to be something more. I loved staying home with him but I needed a creative outlet- that's how this blog was born.


Haute Muslimah began as way to give women who love fashion, and their religion, a place to find ideas on modest style. With a focus on high fashion, couture and runway, and how to take trends and style them in a modest way, my goal here  is to always give you a fresh perspective on the world of fashion. I've recently expanded to include more of what pertains to woman- parenting, food and recipes, kid stuff, and so on.


I currently work with Lucky Magazine as part of a select group of bloggers in the Lucky Style Collective. I work as the exclusive blogger for 3abaya.com, have written for Haute Muse Magazine, and have been published in Henry Alford's latest book: Would It Kill You to Stop Doing That?


I've worked really hard so that every type of woman can access Haute Muslimah and find something for themselves. Whether it's what kind of hijab to wear with an outfit, what's in fashion right now, a quick recipe, or ideas for your home and kids, there's something for everyone, InshaAllah. I encourage you to take a look around, peruse the different categories we have, and be sure to leave a comment if you like what you see!






Meet Paulina!



Paulina is the official model for The Haute Muslimah.

Meet Hamdiya!



I’m Hamdiya, intern to The Haute Muslimah. A little about me: I’m Indian, Ethiopian, and Turkish and majoring in Advertising, in the hopes of merging advertising with my love for fashion. I contribute to Haute Muslimah blog posts, social media content, and outfit styling. I am loving the blogging experience, and can’t wait for what’s to come next!





 Disclaimer on Modest Fashion
There are many different variations of Hijab (covering). Each person may have their own way of going about it, and many people are in different stages of their Iman (faith). It's not for us to judge anyone on what they wear or what they do. All the fashion and the looks that discussed are meant for people to take into consideration when dressing themselves, or thinking about what might work for them. I might have a look with a mini-dress. For some women, this may be how they dress out normally. For others this can be worn with pants and something over it for more coverage. And yet for others, this dress may be worn only at women-only events, because they wear Niqab (face veil), or Jilbab (loose over-garment) and are covered from H to T (head/hijab to toe) otherwise.




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