Let's talk honestly about Modesty #Giveaway (CLOSED)

I'm still cruising through exam season, and although I'm due to be back blogging later on this month (you can read about it here), I thought I'd just pop in to have a quick chat about modesty. For a long time, I've been struggling with my hijab both literally and figuratively. Sometimes being a modest girl can be a little challenging and growing up here in the west it is not any easier.

It has been almost three years since I first started blogging and I feel like a lot of you have been there with me every step of the way. On my recent trip to Whitechapel market I decided to step out of my comfort zone, a buy a bright pink hijab to wear this summer. I also decided to buy a new hijab for you so that I could do a giveaway. I wore mine by adding this cute necklace, but apparently, you can wear yours the way you want to.


So here's what you have to do to win this beautiful pink maxi scarf, the rules are:
  • UK entries only... (sorry international postage is just too expensive maybe in my next giveaway insha'Allah)
  • Follow me one of the following Google Friend connects, Bloglovin or by email comment
  • below about what it means to be modest for you. 
You can also gain some extra entries by 
  • Sharing this on Facebook/ Twitter/ Instagram (This will all count as separate entries)  
To enter you need to submit all your entries on raffle copter below: (You just need an email to use raffle copter)
a Rafflecopter giveaway
The giveaway ends in thirty days on the 1st June, I'll try and do more giveaways if this is successful.

20 comments

  1. The scarf colour is really nice!!

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  2. That is such a beautiful shade of pink!

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    1. JazakAllah Umm Leila <3 really liking your recent outfit post MashaAllah

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  3. Ma shaa Allah a beautiful hijab. And may Allah give you strength and patience in every step of this journey.

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    1. Ameen! May Allah reward you for your support <3

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  4. Hmm modesty to me is more about your attitude than how you dress

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    1. That's interesting and I can certainly agree that our character needs to match our dress.

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  5. Modesty For Me Is Covering Yourself Up Its Been 5 Years Since I Started Wearing Hijaabs And Its An Amazing Feeling When I Wear It

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  6. it means not being looked at too much.

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    1. I can certainly understand, The word Hijab itself mean a barrier or a covering.

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  7. Leave a comment below telling me what modesty means to you........... although l am not a muslim l know so many muslims and l am reading the Koran

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    1. Hi Chris, Thats great that your looking into islam, It's nice too see people who are interested in the religion and take an effort to look into it.

      If you have any questions regarding Islam or how it is to be a muslim feel free to email me on zahratea786@gmail.com

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  8. cute scarf color! would love to join but Im in Indonesia, tehee~

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    1. aww dw inshaAllah soon enough i'll do another giveaway but an international giveaway.

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  9. a giveaway hosted by muslimahmommy open to international residents: (that means UK, I believe).
    end date: this Thursday

    http://themuslimahmommy.com/the-muslimah-mommy-blogiversary-giveaway-week-3/

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  10. Modesty means not showing your true self.

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  11. To me it means not flaunting you're body & not boasting about your talents 😀

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