Top Ten: Hijabi Fashion Bloggers

These 10 bloggers are here to bring innovation and modesty together with their expertly-styled Hijabi looks. 

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Maria Alia

@mariaalia

Maria is a multifaceted artist, editor, and influencer of Palestinian and Puerto Rican descent.

Based out of NYC, the 24-year-old has appeared in campaigns for Pandora, Uniqlo, Glossier, and more. Chic and cool, her hijabi fashion sense is quintessentially New York. 

 
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Ruba Zai

@hijabhills

Afghan-Dutch fashion blogger Ruba Zai has gone from being a little-known Muslim fashion blogger in the Netherlands, humbly sharing her hijab-tying tutorials through social media, to becoming a face of Dolce & Gabbana and YSL Beauty, and racking up a million followers on Instagram.

In the wake of Somali-American model Halima Aden’s success, Zai is yet another example of a Muslim woman making a name for herself in mainstream fashion.

 
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Soha Mohamed Taha

@sohamt

Soha's Instagram is a study in glamour and luxury, mixed with a definite sense of playfulness.

The fashion blogger, designer and style blogger was born and raised in the UAE. She is currently the Chief Executive Owner of a blog and online store called Soha MT collection

 
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Basma Kahie

@basma_k

London-based beauty guru and fashion designer Basma Kahie has been showcasing modest fashion on her Instagram since 2012.

She also launched the Basma K collection, an online boutique for hijab scarves and other accessories. Basma's eclectic and cheeky style reveals the beauty of modesty.  

 
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Nour Kaiss

@nourka92

Nour Kaiss Soliman is one of Canada’s top digital hijabi bloggers.

Currently, she is the CEO of two companies: a new mobile shopping app company called Souqina, and a hijab company, ELLE-vation. In the past, Nour has worked as a brand representative, community speaker and entrepreneur. 

 
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Dina Torkia

@dinatokio

Over the past eight years, vlogger Dina Torkia has used her online platform as an outlet for her creativity and to spread awareness about modest fashion”.

Last year, she launched a YouTube series called “Your Average Muslim”, in which she interviewed a number of individuals to challenge perceptions about Muslim women. She has since been named one of Vogue’s “New Suffragettes” and is a part of YouTube’s Creators for Change campaign.

 
 
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Hanyeh Khoshnevisan

@hanihulu

Iranian born, Michigan raised Hanyeh likes to live her life breaking stereotypes as many Muslim women do.

Based out of Philadelphia, Hanyeh is an accountant by day and blogger by night. She uses her blog, Hani Hulu, to share her health, fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips with others like herself.

 
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Heba Jay

@heba_jay

All ocean blues and sunset pinks, scrolling Heba Jay's Instagram is like taking a mini-vacation.

Based out of New York, her affinity for intricate embroidery, statement touches and classic floral prints give her looks a distinctly fresh, feminine vibe. 

 
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Saufeeya Goodson

@feeeeya

20-year-old Saufeeya Goodson is both a fashion influencer and a writer, constantly working on personal projects about Islam, health and modest fashion.

Saufeeya believes that this is one of the ways she can create awareness of real Muslim woman, as opposed to depictions in the media. Her personal Instagram boasts 366k followers, but her fashion Insta, @modestroute, has over 2.7 million.

 
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Leena Snoubar

@withloveleena

Texas-based lifestyle and fashion blogger Leena Snoubar (formerly Assad) presents a fashion aesthetic that is utterly classic.

Her Instagram is full of rich, deserty pinks and golds, and her simple looks are stunning. Also a Labor and Delivery Nurse, Leena documents all of her travels and life experiences on her YouTube channel, and on her blog, With Love, Leena

 

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