Hijabi and pregnant? Check out these outfits!

Being a mother is amazing, and you value this experience with every cell from your body. On the other hand, it can also be frustrating, especially when you don’t know what clothes to wear. You need something that will offer you enough freedom to move, but at the same time look good on your body that is completely changed.

Of course, being a Hijabi is another element that makes this difficult; the clothes need to fit into a certain pattern and to be away from anything that might seem too revealing. All this sounds impossible? Well, it’s not.

The good news is that we get you, and we want to make things easier for you. You will be surprised to see how many of the clothes that you already have can be worn during this time, even if they are not specifically maternity clothes. You just have to know how to adjust, wear, and combine them and when to get some new pieces to fit your style.

During this time, skirts and wide pants will become your favorite, as they will cover your belly but still keep you comfortable. If you want to wear skinny jeans, you can match them with wide sweaters and colored crop-tops; yes, together! You don’t have to assume that only because you are pregnant, some clothes are not suitable. It’s a matter of getting used to your new body and style. After a few weeks, you will feel like you have this style since the beginning of the time!

Dina Torkia is one of the most fashionable Hijabis, and she manages to keep her style modest while still following chic looks. Check out this video and see what was she wearing when she was pregnant. Can you adopt the same look?

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