Where To Shop Series (WTSS) – ANNAH HARIRI

Where To Shop Series (WTSS) – ANNAH HARIRI

Salam Sisters.

 

We are glad to kick off a brand new series on the blog called the Where To Shop Series (WTSS). You are the inspiration behind this series Sisters, alhamdulilah. We are aware of the struggles Muslimahs go through while trying to look good and at the same time keep it modest, most times we (muslimahs) have to hop from store to store before finally finding something manageable to take home. Layering has become the order of the day and although layering is cool, it gets tiring and also inconvenient for sisters in hot climates.

We have tried to identify stores (both online and physical) that cater to the modest woman of style and we would be sharing them in series in sha Allah.

 

First off is the Annah Hariri brand. We must say all of us at Muslimah Style Guide are huge fans of this brand because their main focus is Muslim women. With a vast range of top quality designs and whudu-friendly styles/fabrics its a win-win for us. The Annah Hariri brand was established in September 2012 by a sister who reverted to Islam. For her the brand is a fair trade ummah and dawah project and we are proud of that, masha Allah. No hidden cost, no fakes or inferiors! The best quality at the time of production is what they use. 

Bluebell Abaya by AH

Bluebell Abaya by AH

 

How To Shop Annah Hariri

Log on to the online store www.annahariri.com . There is a currency conversion tab, so whether you’re in Singapore, England, Nigeria or wherever, you will get prices in your currency. No need to hold on to your calculator. Cool!

They ship worldwide as well, so yet again your location is absolutely not a barrier.

 

Find below our top ten pieces from the Annah Hariri brand, and we hope you invest in quality and shop AH in sha Allah. We have included the names of each item so you can just type it in the search box on the Annah Hariri website.

Happy shopping Sisters! We hope this has helped in sha Allah!

Plaid Casual by AH

Plaid Casual by AH

Kobe Abaya by AH

Tobe Abaya by AH

Two Tone Jacket by AH

Two Tone Jacket by AH

 

Cape Abaya by AH

Cape Abaya by AH

Lulu Lace Abaya by AH

Lulu Lace Abaya by AH

Bella Occasional Dress by AH

Bella Occasional Dress by AH

Cotton Pencil Dress by AH

Cotton Pencil Dress by AH

Fells Dress by AH

Felisa Dress by AH

Esra Pencil Dress by AH

Esra Pencil Dress by AH

Thyme Dress by AH

Taymaa Dress by AH

 

Photo credit: www.annahariri.com

8 Comments
  • Amina O S
    Posted at 10:27h, 05 December Reply

    Mashallah! So nice of you to start this series. It’s going to be really helpful for a lot of Muslimahs, I’m sure.

  • Tilly
    Posted at 19:35h, 05 December Reply

    I’m in love with this series already.

  • Aduke
    Posted at 19:45h, 05 December Reply

    Finally! I love Muslimah Style Guide.

  • Bertie Marchel
    Posted at 08:06h, 08 January Reply

    It’s hard to find knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks

  • seo fiverr
    Posted at 16:29h, 03 April Reply

    I really liked your post.Thanks Again. Keep writing.

  • Web Design Company
    Posted at 20:54h, 18 April Reply

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  • Risqeeyah
    Posted at 18:39h, 15 January Reply

    Wow…..its really cool
    Bt u didnt tell the prices of the variety of d muslimah dresses……You knw,,All fingers aint equal……MaShaAllah
    Jazakumllah khair to that reverted sister for this huge nd encouraging project…….and of course,,i wudnt be just if i dnt say a Big thank you to #Muslimah Style Guide for this publish……Jazakumllah Khairan wa deen!!

    • admin
      Posted at 18:04h, 23 January Reply

      Alhamdulilah Sister. All prices are on their website, even converted to naira for easy calculations! May Allah reward you too sis and thank you for stopping by. x

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