1. Sheikha Chic: Winter Wonders for Women
Ladies, it's your time to shine in the winter sun! Say goodbye to the predictable and hello to layers that are as sizzling as the Arabian sunsets. Picture this: a luxurious oversized scarf, a sleek abaya, and ankle boots that scream sophistication. Jewel tones like rich burgundy, deep emerald, and royal blue are your go-to hues for a winter wardrobe that commands attention.
3. Layer Love: Stay Warm, Stay Stylish
The secret to winter fashion success in Saudi Arabia? Layers, layers, layers! Mix textures and lengths for a look that's as visually appealing as it is practical. Ladies, consider pairing a chunky knit sweater with a flowing skirt and knee-high boots. Gentlemen, opt for a stylish trench coat over a crisp shirt and finish the look with a cozy scarf.
4. Desert Nights, City Lights: Evening Elegance
Planning a night out in Jeddah or Riyadh? Embrace the magic of winter evenings with outfits that shimmer and shine. Ladies, a sequined abaya or a velvet dress paired with statement earrings will ensure all eyes are on you. Gentlemen, a well-tailored suit in a deep, moody color will make you stand out in the city lights.
5. Footwear Finesse: Boots Made for Walkin'
Boots are the undisputed kings and queens of winter footwear. Ladies, knee-high or ankle boots will elevate any ensemble. Gentlemen, desert boots or leather chukkas are your winter go-tos. Choose a pair that complements your style and keeps those toes toasty.
This winter, let your wardrobe tell a story of style and warmth. Embrace the season with open arms (and a fabulous winter coat), and let your fashion sense shine as bright as the Saudi stars. Stay warm, stay chic, and make this winter your most stylish one yet!
Winter in Saudi Arabia might not bring snowflakes, but it sure brings the opportunity to showcase your fashion flair in a unique way!
What makes me happy?
People. Everyone around me who believes and inspires me.
Life itself is a happy experience. The world is a happy place.
I had my own share of struggles, life was not easy for us back then but my Dad taught me how to believe in myself, work hard , be kind and to be strong. He inspired me to go out of my comfort zone. He used to tell me that the possibilities in life are endless and so I believed him.
l Iost him quite a few years ago but he has left me with so much inspiration to follow my dreams - to visit places I have only dreamt of or have seen in the movies when I was little and to do things I thought were only for the privileged few.
Wherever I go, I always remember my Dad, wishing he could see me from afar and somehow be proud of me as I have always been so proud of him. Life is short and I promised him that I would make the most of mine.
Travelling makes me happy and in all other things, I choose happiness. We all should- always..