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Aab expands Islamic fashion line for women
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Aug '13
Summer may well be in full swing, but that isn’t stopping Aab Collection from adding yet more luxurious garments to their stunning range of Islamic fashion for women.

The latest additions to the Aab Collection range include three dresses that perfectly fit the demand for modest yet elegant style. At the same time, they present attire options for Muslim women who want to have a choice of outfits for a variety of occasions, and are perfect for wearing to work as well as relaxing at home or socializing with friends and family in a restaurant.

The most simple and formal piece in the collection is the Carbonella  abaya, perfect for wearing to work or formal functions, while offering an understated style that is often only appreciated by true fashion lovers.

For women looking for luxury and volume in their fashion, the 100% linen Urmia dress is a brilliant addition to any wardrobe. Combining elegance with small details such as the beautifully gathered cuffs and neck tassels, this is an ideal piece for everyday wear, whatever you’re doing and wherever you’re going.

Timeless Silk Abaya is a limited edition abaya that takes luxury and attention to detail to a new level. Manufactured from 100% pure crinkle silk, with a 100% cotton inner lining, the awe inspiring embroidery detail around the neck and cuffs make this an abaya to snap up before word gets out, even if you’re only planning to hide it away to unleash on a special occasion further down the line.

Speaking about the new additions to the range, Nazmin Alim of Aab Collection said, “August brings you a spectrum of colours, from pure white to pretty pink. The classic charcoal of the Carbonella abaya is also perfect for introducing the new season, and is an indication of what our customers can expect between now and the end of the year.”

About Aab Collection

Aab Collection is an online website that sells Islamic clothing primarily for Muslim women who find themselves playing multiple roles in today’s society. Our aim is to provide clothing with simplicity and comfort with a balance of luxury and modesty in mind.

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