Welcome to Hijabi Life, a Muslim lifestyle blog about being Muslim in America, food, fashion, beauty, and parenting. As a Muslim American in social media, I felt like we have a void of Muslim lifestyle blogs. Where do I know how to accessorize my hijabs and where the good halal eats are?

On a more serious level, we need a forum to discuss things like Muslim marital issues, raising kids and most importantly, how to be a dignified Muslim in America.

I hope you enjoy reading my blog because it’s a love story about you: Muslims living in the U.S.

Make sure to follow the behind scenes moments on Instagram at @hijabilife

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    • Thank you so much for your blog. I’m not Muslim but my boyfriend’s family is and I’m in the process of finding a gifts for them. I was feeling overwhelmed over purchasing hijabs online for them and knowing really where to start. Your blog has helped me so much… it’s candid, inspiring and wonderful resource. Many thanks πŸ™‚

  1. Salaam sister, wonderful blog! I noticed on your Instagram that you are also an attorney. I am a law student and am wondering how you are balancing hijab and the legal world. I would love to know as I hope to one day wear hijab as well. Thank you!

    • That is amazing! I don’t practice law any more, but I work as a social media/marketing professional. I have to say Alh, the hijab has never hindered my career path but I have faced some hurtful comments in the public sphere. But the positive comments always seem to outweigh the negative. I hope you keep in touch and are inspired to do great things. Remember, the hijab helps us move in the public realm so we can use our brains to help our communities iA. I make dua that we can all help our Ummah with our talents.

  2. Salaamualaikum, I’ve just started up a blog and just come across yours! it’s exactly what I thought was missing over here in the UK and Insha’Allah I hope to be as successful as you in discussing trends and fashion, but all whilst keeping the faith of Islam at light!



    • Ameen! I am so happy to see you trying to fill a void in this Ummah with your blog. May Allah (swt) bless your efforts sweetie. We need more girls like you iA!

    • Thank you Saman! I will definitely check out your Facebook page and see if there is anything I can buy for an upcoming wedding inshallah. πŸ™‚

  3. Mashaallah, I love your blog! I’d love to collaborate with you on a blog feature- I am part of an up-and-coming project entitled Coming of Faith. The project is very unique, as we ask real American Muslim women to tell us about their own personal struggles and realizations in coming to their understanding of the Islamic faith. It’s linked in my username, but I’d love to hear from you on whether you’d be interested in either sharing your story of faith or a potential collaboration! πŸ™‚ much love!

    • Thank you Laila! I will email you right now as I would love to share my experience for this project. πŸ™‚ Thank you for reading this blog. I sincerely appreciate everyone who takes the time to read and comment.

  4. Assalamu-Alaikum!

    You have done a lovely job with your blog…love every detail that comes together to present what you feel passionate about. I also love that you’re taking a stance for all the muslimahs out there. Currently, I am only a student and so I don’t share parenting or love and marriage topics however, it still is enjoyable to read your posts in those sections–but I can relate to other contributions you make i.e. beauty, fashion, etc! I also am a blogger and infact a newbie blogger… would love if you could check out my website, fusionsofelegance.blogspot.com and would love a follow/shoutout on ig @mehakr93! πŸ™‚

    • Salaams my lovely! I have gone on IG and given you a little shout out. I hope you like it. Thanks for reading πŸ™‚

    • Wsalaam my lovely! I most definitely will check it out and add you to the blogs I follow. Sorry for the delayed response. Thank you for the kind words!

  5. Asalaam alaikum! I love your blog and your instagram posts. I run my own business of hijab scarves called B. HIJABY. My collection of scarves consist of beautiful, stylish designs and are very comfortable to wear. I would absolutely love the opportunity to be featured on your blog and instagram page. Please check out my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/b.hijabypage. I look forward to hearing from you soon and wish you lots of success in the future.
    Best regards, Asima Bhatty

  6. Salam dear πŸ™‚
    I hope i am not wrong and you are the one i met at FFF in San Fran.
    Anayway my name is Habibah Chbib, and I am the Co-Founder & Head of Global Community Management for Citra Style (www.citrastyle.com) – the new global premier online store for modest Muslim fashion.

    I am getting in touch, because I think, you might be interested in checking out our collection of modest fashion.

    Citra Style stands for modest and stylish fashion designs, featuring a gorgeous collection of contemporary attire, curated and lovingly weaved for the Muslim woman of grace and honor.
    So I invite you to come and check out our store, register with us and get a first hand shopping experience with Citra Style.Have fun exploring our site and our modest fashion universe.
    And because we have been quite a fan of your blog articles and inspiration, in line to modest fashion, we think it would be nothing short of splendor to be featured in your space. We also think, your reader base will truly be interested in our unique line, from maxi skirts, dresses, trousers, blouses, Hijabs and much more! We have some ideas in mind how we could collaborate and want to get your thoughts.

    Also, make sure to check out our social media platforms to get updates & interesting lifestyle news for Muslim fashionistas:

    Best Regards- wassalam

    Habibah Chbib

  7. Asalaamu Alaikom Sister,

    I believe you mentioned that you have completed Hajj? If so, could you give tips/recommendations for those going this year, insha’Allah! That would be great πŸ™‚

    JazakhAllah πŸ™‚

    • Wsalaam my lovely! Mashallah you are going on a very special voyage indeed. I intended to complete Hajj during my first year of marriage, but Allah (swt) is the best of planners. I was unable to go because I got pregnant and would have been in my first trimester if I had gone. That being said, there are countless resources for anyone who is blessed to go on Hajj. My first recommendation is to take weekend Hajj classes. This option may even be offered in your travel package. Here is another great resource for you too: http://productivemuslim.com/tips-for-a-productive-hajj/ Please don’t forget to make dua for all of us who haven’t been invited by Allah (swt) to go yet! I wish you the very best inshallah. ❀

      • I did Hajj in 2016. I wasn’t ready for it but somehow God felt I was. Best tip would be to go there as yourself exactly as you are and ask yourself if you are happy presenting you to God like that. The feeling is actual. ❀️

  8. Hello,

    my name is Ismahan Atilgan, I am a 27 years old muslim girl from Berlin Germany. My passion ist the hijab-fashion. I found your blog in the internet and I am really impressed by your articles.
    I have a start up company where muslim women can buy hijab-fashion all around the world. The name of my company is http://www.trendycovered.com and I will hopefully launch my website next week. For the popularity of my site, I would like to ask you for supporting me. I want you to ask, if you can write an article about my start-up on your blog?
    I am looking foward to hear from you.

    Best regards,
    Ismahan Atilgan

  9. Good evening everyone! I’m a student reporter working on a story about Muslim movements via social media. I want to know more about support for Muslims on social networking sites and also movements combatting main stream narratives regarding radical Muslims and social media. Would you be willing to chat with me tonight or tomorrow? Let me now via email or cell phone! Have a great night!

    Nia Wesley

  10. I just discovered your blog from The Tempest. Although it’s clear you and I are very different individuals despite being both Moslem and Bangladeshi, it is still nice reading your articles and experiences. Thank you for sharing.

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