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In the midst of this indefinite quarantine, it’s easy to fall into a routine and feel bored. And if you’re any bit of a fashion lover like me, you’re probably having a major itch to shop, especially since this is the time to take advantage of the end-of-season sales and clearance items. While I prefer physically trying on and filling up a cart with one too many pieces that I probably don’t really need, doing the same, but with an online cart, will just have to do.

Don’t get me wrong, I love online shopping just as much as the next girl. It’s super fun and convenient, but it can be time-consuming and stressful to find sure-fire clothing options that will cover all the right places in all the right ways, especially without being able to try before you buy. That’s why I’ve rounded up some go-to places for modest clothing that are guaranteed to meet your needs and satisfy your craving to shop.

Let’s get our end-of-season shopping on, and our wardrobes spring ready with the help of these fashionable brands and their array of modest goodies.

Modanisa

Modanisa is a modest Turkish fashion brand, and the first online shopping platform to offer a variety of styles for Muslim women. From trendy hijabs and chic jumpsuits to slit-free dresses and stylish modest swimwear, it has so many cute options you can choose from to get your wardrobe spring and summer ready. Get lost in their online selection, here

Verona Collection

Lisa Vogl’s empowering Islamic fashion company is another brand that is making modesty both more mainstream and affordable for Muslimahs. You can find trendy abayas, kimonos, hijabs, and more on their website, as well as on the websites of two major retail giants they have partnered with, Macy’s and ASOS.

Niswa Fashion

This fairly new modest fashion brand offers high-quality clothing and scarves that are elegant, contemporary and super easy to style all year round. It is on the pricier side, compared to Modanisa and Verona, but is well-worth it for the quality of their fabrics. Check out their fashionable modestwear, as well as their collection of stylish must-have accessories, here.

INAYAH

At INAYAH, you can find something for any occasion. Need a loose-fitting chiffon top that covers your booty? They have a variety of styles and colors. Need a pair of non-clingy palazzo pants, or a slitless maxi skirt for an upcoming occasion, like Eid, which we hope to be able to celebrate with our families once this crisis is over? They have some very cute options for you to choose from at reasonable prices. Check them out, here

Veiled Collection

If you’re a lover of all things neutral, then this Muslimah-made brand may be your new favorite. From jumpsuits and dresses to hijabs, skirts and two-piece sets, the Veiled Collection has a variety of pieces in all the nude shades your heart desires, along with pops of color like deep red, olive green, mustard, and blue pastel here and there. Overall, their color palette is kind of like a combination of Huda Beauty’s Coral Obsessions Eyeshadow and Rose Gold REMASTERED palettes in clothing form, just saying. (Ahem ahem, I may or may not be egging you on to invest in one of those beauties to go along with your spring wardrobe). Sorry for being that friend, but sometimes great products just leave you no choice. Plus, we’re in a nationwide pandemic, so no regrets. “Swatch” your favorite pieces, here

Louella

We love this brand as much as we love its founder, Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first U.S. Olympic fencer to wear the hijab. Her signature collection is just as bold, vibrant, and fabulous as she is. Make a statement in one of her beautiful maxi dresses this spring, available here.

The Modest Me Collection

This UK online fashion retailer with its fashion-forward designs brings you modest fashion with a modern, urban, flair. Add some edge to your step with The Modestly Me Collection’s street-chic styles, here

Modestly Cupcake

If you’ve been following us for a while, you won’t be surprised that this size-inclusive brand is on our list! Not only is it breaking beauty standards, but it offers unique and exclusive prints and designs that you won’t find anywhere else! Cat prints and quirky hijab pins? Yas, please!

H&M

Despite the huge fail of the modest collection they launched back in 2018 full of pieces that were either unwearable for everyday wear or too sheer to be considered modest (they get brownie points for trying though!), they have a ton of cute options in their main collection, as well as in their new sustainable Conscious collection that are great for the spring. See their latest styles, here.

SHEIN

SHEIN is an awesome go-to option when you’re looking for affordable modest fashion to rock. It has a wide selection of styles, patterns, and designs like ditsy floral blouses, bell sleeve jumpsuits, and even some modern-style abayas and loose-fitting two-piece sets. Shop their selection here.

ASOS

Not only does this popular British fashion retailer carry tons of pieces that pass the test for being Muslim-friendly, but it has an admirable brand philosophy as well. ASOS supports body positivity and promotes sustainability and the production of animal-free products. You’ll rock their trendy modestwear even more confidently knowing you invested in their influential mission. Shop their Modest Fashion Edit, where they offer a large selection of opaque fabrics, long-sleeves, and floor-length hemlines to fulfill all of your modest needs. 

Zara

Whether you’re style is simple chic, bohemian, vintage, minimalistic, or street-style, Zara has modest spring options in all of these fashion trends, and then some. Browse through their latest collection to find your new spring favorites. 

What are some of your favorite online modest brands to shop? Are there any we missed? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

 

 

 

Ayah Shaheen
Ayah Shaheen

Founder and editor of AM Women Magazine, Ayah Shaheen always had a passion for writing and reading magazines. She graduated with a BA in Journalism and a minor in graphic design, and it was during her time in college that her journey with AM Women began. Having had such a difficult time navigating through life as a Palestinian American Muslim, she saw the need for a resource that would provide guidance for women like her. Although she always imagined herself working for a popular editorial publication, the lack of representation and her inability to connect with the branding and content of existing magazines motivated her to create her own. By creating this online platform, Ayah is living out her dream of helping American Muslim women live their best lives one article and story at a time. When she is not busy plugging away on her laptop, you can find her either spending time with family and friends or rummaging through racks at her favorite clothing stores. She’s a lover of all things fashion, beauty, Oreo, crab rangoon, and she has a Gilmore Girls kind of obsession with coffee.

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