Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Hijab shopping

I find our hijab shopping expeditions more successful here in Algeria than in Saudi. My 12 year old daughter prefers to wear the 2 piece slip-on hijabs which are hard to find in Saudi in anything other than black or white low quality polycotton. For around about the same price I pay in Saudi, I am able to find nice quality fabric hijabs in various designs and colours.

There is Sajeda hijab and abaya shop just near to the Amir AbdelKader monument and another shop called Qasr Al-Muhajabaat just before the Quick hamburger restaurant on La Rue Larbi Ben Mhidi both stocking a variety of hijabs priced at 350-500 Dinar (20Dinars = 1Riyal/160Dinar = £1). The navy hijabs we bought for school from Qasr Al-Muhajabaat were 350 each or 500 for 2. The same shop also had some 'Buy 1 get 1 free' offers.

My daughter chose a few hijabs including the one below.


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful hijab :)

Anonymous said...

as salamu alaykum,

I personally buy only in Algeria here in London they are expensive and low quality subhanAllah!

muslimahh said...

Really, it is beautiful! I wish we had some variety here!

Umm Ibrahim said...

The hijab does look really nice on her! I buy my hijabs in Saudi but have too much trouble for my daughter. :/