As many of you may already know, red and pink are a match made in my heaven. Therefore, this might actually be one of my favourite looks as well as shoots, although gathering all pieces was a little tricky. You see, I don’t like buying pieces I don’t know how to style unless I’m really in love and will have to make it work, so that’s probably what happened to me with this Moroccan Touch nude jellaba. I wanted golden tones to bring out the jellaba’s colour, but then switched to a more vibrant red which brought out the pink hues a bit more and made the look festive enough or Eid.
Another tricky part of styling this jellaba, and probably the main one, would be the footwear. I’ve had a very long journey looking for the right shoes, and I’m glad I found these cutesie-looking flats (they also have them in heels) at a very affordable shop called Melany Brown. I’ve seen other bloggers promote their goods but never really tried anything, and now that I have experienced their amazing customer service as well as nice products I’m definitely shopping there more often.
Buying a Ramadan/Eid piece has become crucial to me these past few years for some reason, and Moroccan Touch are somehow always involved. I absolutely love their new shop in Agdal and one is bound to find at least one favourite piece when browsing. Their website is also easy to use and they ship worldwide I reckon (this is not sponsored). The same applies to Melany Brown by the way.
I bought roses to bring this one photo in particular to live, the rest is simply added cherries on a cake.
Scarf – gifted
Sunnies – Stradivarius
Lipstick – Milani (68 Matte Iconic)
Beige top – vintage
Jeans – Pimkie
Jellaba – Moroccan Touch
Shoes – Melany Brown
Bag – Aldo
Earrings – Aldo
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