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With the rise of fashion awareness, the hijabis around the globe have also lately started to invent their own style of fashion, known widely as “Modest Fashion”. There’s a rise of modest clothing brands and also modest fashion bloggers.

Not only that, many globally known beauty brands are incorporating hijabis in their campaigns, which makes me very glad being a hijabi myself.

We are all mostly aware of  Leena Asad from Loveleena, Amenakin from Pearl Daisy, Dina Torkio, Habiba da Silva,  Sebina Hussain and many more who are very influential hijabi bloggers around the globe.

So, we thought to introduce you to our very own Pakistani Modest Fashion Bloggers:

1.     Aiman Zaib Tanoli – Legit_Hijabi_:

Aiman Zaib Tanoli is a very beautiful and decent Hijabi, made in Pakistan as her Instagram bio declares. Wearing light makeup and modest yet colorful clothes, she carries herself in her own style very modestly and graciously.

Her hijab and niqaab tutorials are an inspiration for all the newbies and her sense of style is something all hijabis, as well as non-hijabis, can follow.

2.     Aqsa Aamir – The Halaal Feminist:

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Sharing a few facts about me that I've shared before too 😄 Comment below and let me know if we have something in common 🙈❤️ 1. I do not study at all. Even the last night before my exams (you should know why I always keep crying about screwing up my exams). Pehle bhi I was never hardworking and never stressed over studies lekin ab tou parhai se dushmani hogai hay behan ki. 🙄 The reason is that I never wanted to get into med school, matlab kabhi socha he nae tha. I wanted to go for psychology or BBA. This was so unplanned and unexpected that I haven't been able to admit it even after spending 3 years in med school. 😂 Y'all don't judge your girl if she flunks, okay? 2. People that I'm not friends with think that I'm either too rude or to shy (I'm not. I just take A LOT of time to be comfortable with someone) 3. I'm small. Yaar matlab, kya kahun. I'm tiny bus. Ooper se skinny bhi. Ajeeb. *cries a river* 4. I'm a very sarcastic and funny person, my friends know how I cannot go a minute without sarcasm (and they hate it cuz I annoy them and keep their funny names that they don't wanna hear in public) 5. I love poetry. I've written hundreds of poems that I don't let anyone read now. (I've even lost my old diary jis main I had some really nice stuff) . . . . . . #bloggers #blogs #islamabad #Lahore #Karachi #Pakistanibloggers #pakistan #ootdfashion #fashioninspo #modestfashion #modestfashionblogger #streetstyle #Karachistreetstyle #islamabadstreetstyle

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We all have secrets; not the ones that we share with all our friends, but the ones that we hide inside us. The ones that we don't even want to think about. Things that we don't want to admit, even in front of ourselves. Some memories from the past, some mistakes that can't be undone. Things that make us think "Am I a good human?" or "What if someone gets to know?" or "Will Allah ever forgive me?" I'm not talking about HUGE sins, sometimes, it's a thought, a feeling that shouldn't have been there. Sometimes when you're alone, and you start thinking about the things that you often try to hide from yourself, you do feel helpless. I've made mistakes, I've disappointed my loved ones multiple times, I've made wrong decisions, I've trusted wrong people, I've done things that I shouldn't have done. But on the other hand, these mistakes have changed me as a person. I believe that your experiences teach you the best. And if you're worried about anything, just know that Allah is very merciful. He loves you more than anything and He'll forgive you for whatever wrong you've done. He'll give you the satisfaction that you cannot find anywhere. You just need to have faith in him. Talk to him, cry in front of him. Sometimes, a single tear is worth more than hours of prayers. And if you're ever stuck b/w right and wrong, do what you think will please Him. Don't worry about heartbreaks. He is the best healer. He will heal your broken heart. And if you ever, ever feel alone and need to speak your heart out, talk to Him. He is the best listener, He is your best friend. I hope that Allah gives you the peace that you are looking for. ♥️

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Aqsa Aamir is our very own ‘Halaal Feminist’ taking over Instagram with her classy looks and chic style one day at a time. She is not limited to fashion but her blog extends to lifestyle, food, make-up and many more.

She has her own style of hijab, a very breathy style and slays dark lip colors. Her insta-feed is a complete package and hence you must be following her.

3.     Aisha S. Aslam:

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Did you guys vote? Somehow I feel in the end those who have always ruled over us curruptly will win again. With the people selling their votes for money and biriyani ki plates how can someone better take over? I strongly believe and I know I'm going to get a lot of hate for this (like when don't you Aisha?) Jaysi qoum waysa hukamraan! We keep thinking that someone will come and be a savior but the truth is , jab Tak him khud killo allu baichtay huay adhay kharab daingay our bijli Kay kunday dalain gay tab Tak we cannot get a better rule. We are a currupt nation why wouldn't the government be currupt? Hum khud aik dosray ko dhokay detay Hain, nearly ALL of us are tax evaders. Hum khud emaandar nahi Hain from the lowest of the milk man who pours liters of water in the milk to the prime minister who pours money in his Swiss account. We are all currupt. Heard imran Khan say Kay mouqa hay zameer ko jagao and I nearly laughed my socks off, zameer kab ka mar chuka hay sahib. Shareef sirf woi hay jisko mauqa nai Milla. I really hope PTI wins solely on the basis that Baki sab ko daikh Lia Chalo inko bhi daikh letay Hain. What do you think. #elections #pakistan #pti #generalelections #truth

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A very humble, nerdy and always smiling photographer and blogger, Aisha S. Aslam is not only a modest blogger but a YouTuber. From makeup and hijab tutorials to informative and preaching blogs, she has a variety on her channel.

I found her as a photographer, with a very beautiful feed. I then witnessed her growing and now she has reached over 100K followers, hence it’s safe to say she is hella hardworking.

4.     Fizza Rajput – The Voice Within:

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This "women's day" I have teamed up with @modestfashionpakistan to work towards a common goal; that is to promote modest fashion in Pakistan. . The idea is, "Being covered" does not comes in between our goals or does not makes us backwards or any other stigma attached to hijab being a symbol of oppression ‼️ So help us grow and support us in this campaign for women empowerment. 🌸 . In collaboration with: . @modestfashionpakistan @arfashahid @heba_qr @famyglamy @makeuppbyalyy @modestseamstress @Fizzah.rajput @Haadiya_n @trend.hijab_ @faiza.logs @mahnoor_tahsin @joikhtiar @legit_hijabi_ @mahnoorslounge @dotpakistani @hayanaama @faizamuradphotography @hisalman @raheelsahotraphotographer . . . . . #womensday #auratmarch #womeninpower #womenempowerment #modestfashionrevolution

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So I was tagged by @who_is_urooj_un_nisa for “20 Facts about me” couple of weeks back. 20 facts would be too much for me to think of so here are 12 facts about me: • • 1. I’m 22. 2. I failed my CBM’s interview in june’15 so I’m a semester behind. (I lacked interpersonal skills but I worked on it so much that I have an entire shelf stacked with awards for debates and speeches) 🙈 3. Im pursuing my Bachelors in Accounting & Finance. 4. I own two ventures. 5. I’m a very curious person; so much that it becomes my weakness. 6. I’m highly short tempered. 7. I don’t know how to cook. 8. I have an extra ordinarily big social circle. 9. I never secured the “2nd” position throughout my school life; always 1st! 🙈 10. I’m a big time nerd! 11. My goal is to deliver a TED talk. So a little step towards this goal was that I hosted TEDx official at IOBM And managed to give a little part of my motivational speech. (I’ll post that speech video). 12. I have this MASSIVE Phobia with weird patterns; lots of circles, Cadbury bubbly’s texture etc. . . I further tag @trend.hijab_ @thatkarachigirl @glitterandpopbymahnoorj @legit_hijabi_ @perksofbeingahijaabi . . . . #modestfashion #karachistreetstyle #karachi #modestfashionpakistan #nichelifestyle @nichelifestyle #ebuzz #bizmaxtv #hellopakistan #fhmpakistan #okpakistan #hipinpk @hipinpk #sundaymagazine #streetstylekarachi #karachilife #karachibloggers #pakistanibloggers

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Fizza Rajput is a student of BS Accounting and Finance as well as a Beauty & Lifestyle influencer. She is the founder of Velo which is an Online Fashion store for Hijabs, you can find a huge variety of hijabs in all colors at her store.

5.     Zahra Khan – Trend Hijab:

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Yes Muslims date, but does Islam encourage it? No. Yes Muslims drink, have sex before marriage, do drugs and go clubbing, but does Islam encourage that? No. So what am I trying to get at here? Well, during the Prophet's time, there were people who did all the following. They drank, they committed zina, adultery, you name it. They did it. But did the Prophet PBUH treat them like outcasts? No. Did he shun them from society and tell them they were going to rot in hell? No. In fact, my favorite story is of the man who asked for permission to commit zina and the Prophet PBUH places his hand over the man's heart and made dua for it. So, when you see your Muslim brothers and sisters engaging in these kinds of acts that are clearly against our beliefs, don't tell them they're kaafirs and they're going to hell. Instead raise your hands, where ever you are, and in silence make dua for their heart. Ask Allah to cleanse it. Ask Allah to allow noor to envelope their souls and help them feel the light of Islam. Because at the very core of every struggling Muslim is a good human being who lost their way somehow. Raise your hands and ask Allah to guide them back to Him. May we all pray for one another. Aameen. #copied . . . #trendhijab #trendhijab #beautyblogger #foodblogger #makeupfanatic #hijabtutorials #modestfashionblogger #modestfashionPakistan #karachibloggers #instapic #instalike4like #followtrain #pakistanibloggers #spreadlove #spreadhappiness #thingsthatmakeushappy #zahrasbloggingjourney #dressupwithZahra

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“Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the World perceives that strength.” 🌸Happy International Women’s Day! Dedicated To all the hardworking women out here. You all are BEAUTIFUL and definitely worth all the love you can get. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE YOUR POWER. . 🌸 Loved working in Collaboration with @modestfashionpakistan on this new campaign #modestfashionrevolution And a huge shoutout to @communeartistcolony and @yousufbashirqureshi for collaborating with us and providing us a beautiful location to shoot on. 🙏🏼🧕🏼 #modestfashionrevolution 🌼 PC: @theshutterfreaks . 🌸 Outfit from @mantra_pk 👜by @chanelofficial 👠 by #stiletto 🌸 Hijab by @the.women.zone 🌸 @hudabeauty 3d highlight palette in Gold sands . . . . . . . . . . . #womensday #auratmarch #womeninpower #womenempowerment #modestfashionrevolution #modestfashionblogger #karachibloggers #pakistanibloggers #beautyblogger #trendhijab #thingsthatmakemehappy #spreadlove #spreadhappiness

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Last but not the least is Zahra Khan, the absolute gorgeous with a very sophisticated sense of fashion. She is also an all-rounder and writes reviews on fashion, food, and products on her blog. She slays both desi and western style.

We have so many modest bloggers out there, slaying at their own game. It feels very good to see people fining their own identities and proudly representing themselves rather than getting along with what everyone is following.

If you know any modest bloggers, please feel free to introduce them to us!