Modest fashion is lacking. There…I said it. It is lacking true inclusivity. With regards to diverse race representation, we are lacking. With regards to catering particularly to women who are nursing or pregnant, we are lacking. And as it relates to size inclusivity, we are lacking...
Educator. Entrepreneur. Supermom.She starts her day thinking of others. Are the kid’s lunches packed? Are my orders ready to ship? How can I make new products that people need? Her selfless attitude makes it hard to style herself as a fashionista. But she manages to look good when she steps out the door [...]Continue reading
AA: tell us a little about yourself and what you do?Merj: My name is Merjem, I’m a Bosnian American living in the beautiful city of Chicago. At the age of 2, my parents moved us from the war-stricken country of Bosnia to the States. They made this big move to an unfamiliar land to provide [...]Continue reading
Designer of ABAYA ADDICT, Dr. Deanna Khalil recently sat down with MISSMUSLIM's Adwaa to talk about our journey. Click here to head over to the article and read what Deanna had to say about our re-launch.Continue reading
Designer of ABAYA ADDICT, Dr. Deanna Khalil recently sat down with MISSMUSLIM's Adwaa to talk about our journey. Click on the image to head over to the article and read what Deanna had to say about our re-launch.Continue reading