We all know that exercising is the key to our wellness. One must just find her favorite exercise so that it doesn’t become a burden. It must be something that you look forward to.
My favorite exercise? definitely dancing! I love going to my groove hip hop class at the gym. But generally all types of dancing, really! I am about to sign up for an adult ballet class. It all began when I watched my princess in her ballet performance, I yearned to test my childhood ballet skills. You probably wondering what type of outfit I would wear? For the dancing class or any other class at the gym I would wear a long harem exercise pants, long sleeves shirts and a little exercise headband for my head. What about ballet class? I would perhaps, wear a long tight with my ballet skirt and a long sleeves shirt. Continue reading Exercising in a Modest Outfit→
This salad is my take of Asian Salad that is available in Primi Roastery Deli Side dishes. I usually use PnP Asian Baby Leaf Salad package. If I haven’t got it in my fridge, I will combine some leaves as in the ingredients below. Basically whatever leaves you have, at least two types of leaves used.
Pancake is one of my munchkins’ favorites for Sunday breakfast. As my motto is easy and efficient in the kitchen, I always stock some instant flour mixes on my cupboard. That way, I can whip something quickly but freshly from the oven. Nothing can beat the smell of fresh bake in the kitchen. Cheating? nope, I think you need to be smart in time management when you have kids and smart in choosing good products for your culinary experience.
Instant Pancake Mix from Snowflake is often my choice. It is affordable, delish and halaal certified. I followed exactly the instructions on the label. Then I fried the pancake in a heart shaped frying pan.
While I was waiting for half an hour as per label instructions, I cut off strawberries to make a warm and healthy strawberry compote.
In Indonesia, wedding is always a big affair. Often we find relatives of brides and grooms wear similar or uniform kebaya (traditional custome). This was my nephew’s wedding. My sister and cousins were wearing modified kebaya as ninety percent of us hijab compliant. The top/kebaya were made from beautiful French brocade lined with plain inner fabric. We were wearing an uniform traditional batik fabric wrapped like a tight skirt or sarong. Alhamdulilah our batik and brocade were given by my nephew and his bride 🙂 We were so spoiled, a dedicated team (again paid by the bride and groom) doing our make up and hijab. Continue reading Guests Attires in an Indonesian Wedding→
So, a good friend of mine what’s app asking to meet up for coffee. Ah, I just love good cappuccino… and of course a good company! As a mum of three I need to wear something comfy, juggling between school runs yet still wanted to look good enough for a catch up in Cavendish! Continue reading Off to Coffee→
I am not a fashionista whatsoever, so whatever I post in Hijabi Fashion it’s just my expression of what I wear as a muslimah. I have been wearing hijab since 2002, In sha Allah will always try to dress modestly anywhere, anytime, yet fashionably.
I am also not a person that shops a lot just because you want to follow the trend! So you will see I will reuse and rematch a lot, the key is creativity 🙂 Creativity is also needed to find the right fit for my figure (ehem.. I am quite short even for Indonesian standard) and my age (ehem..again… I am in my early forties). Continue reading Modest Fashion→