Monday, January 30, 2012

My Takchita

Salaam alaikum wa rahmat Allah wa barakatuh everyone...

Yes, I know it's been a really long time since I've posted anything, but I haven't really felt that motivated to write about anything. Not too surprising though, is it? I do tend to be a very inconsistent blogger after all.

Anyways, to make up for the lack of posts I just wanted to share a few pictures of my takchita (a traditional Moroccan dress for women, reserved for parties and special occasions) that I wore for my husband's aunt A's wedding back in November. Mash'Allah she was a beautiful bride, and she actually kept her hijab ON for her wedding (a lot of women here take it off for some reason...) I'll post some pictures of her negaffa once I get a chance to go through them all insh'Allah.

In the meantime, enjoy the ones of yours truly haha :P


Sorry if it looks a bit strange...I had to crop the hubbster out of the photo XD


If you're a lady you can't go to a wedding without getting henna done, now can you?

8 comments:

  1. Mashallah very beautiful !! Besse7a !!
    Lamia
    http://ginger-chocolateandhoney.blogspot.com/

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    1. Lah Takse7a!!

      Thank you Lamia! I enjoyed the blue sequined one you posted on your blog a while ago :)

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  2. Assalam alaikum, I remember, in 2008 when I visited Pakistan..I took a picture of my hand similar to that one with Henna on hand. The only difference was that I also had a rose bracelet around my wrist :)
    Anyways, sister I am glad to see that you have adopted and settling down well mashAllah. And for me, its been around 9 years that I am still struggling against Canadian culture vs Pakistani culture :))
    Holy Ka'aba :))
    Anyways..take care darling :)
    Its your sister Miss Shiekh

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