Fashion stylists nowadays are becoming extra playful with different themes being put into their masterpieces. Some prints are associated with attitude like neon as being loud, animal prints as wild or earth colors to being simple. There are also some stylists who are fond of exploring culture themed clothing style. In fact, Muslim styles are not left behind some of the dressmaker’s list of interesting styles. Most of the time, they are exploring different ways to design the scarves and veil or hijab of an Islam woman. There are also instances when they get too interested in many means to cut, fold and design the long dresses fit for women fashion Muslim inspired clothes. But they have to be quite careful in cutting these dresses in order not to remove the fact that these type of clothing are intended to reflect their modesty as part of their religious belief. And speaking of modesty, have you ever asked the real reason behind the fully covered clothing for Muslimah.
Many of us grew up believing that women or even men Muslims need to cover their entire body when dressing up because they want to resist from the temptation of being sexually attractive to others. We thought that hiding all parts of their skin is one way they believed as extreme conservatism and preventing men and women from intimate interaction. But, this belief is not quite the center point of their dressing style. Men and women Muslim’s clothing was in fact started by their prophet Mohammed to ensure distinction and privacy of an Islam life from the outside world. It’s about keeping their life and honor to be protected in general and not this not only about protecting their sexual desire.
Muslim styles are not that difficult to diversify to create beautiful masterpieces. However, fashion stylists and dress maker’s need not forget the reason why styles like this exists. In this way, there will be no contradiction nor conflict between the style and the religion.