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  • Abu Mus'ab
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    Re: thobes/jubbas

    Originally posted by aurorascopic View Post
    why dragging ??
    He means 'hanging', dragging same difference.

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  • aurorascopic
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    Originally posted by Medievalist View Post
    I've seen the denim thobes. :wacko:

    I had one made out of khaddar but wasnt too nice.

    and ladies are meant to have their clothing dragging on floor :scratch:
    why dragging ??

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  • Eemaan
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    Re: thobes/jubbas

    Originally posted by Medievalist View Post
    I've seen the denim thobes. :wacko:

    I had one made out of khaddar but wasnt too nice.

    and ladies are meant to have their clothing dragging on floor :scratch:
    khaddar.

    that makes you itch like a rabid dog :(

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  • Medievalist
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    Re: thobes/jubbas

    Originally posted by Abu Mus'ab View Post
    I know what he was meaning, doesn't change the fact that he said women are clever *Roll Eyes*
    but you my brother - are even clever :up:

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  • Abu Mus'ab
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    Originally posted by Ebony View Post
    What can I say, he's a predictable sorta chap
    I know what he was meaning, doesn't change the fact that he said women are clever *Roll Eyes*

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  • Medievalist
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    Re: thobes/jubbas

    I've seen the denim thobes. :wacko:

    I had one made out of khaddar but wasnt too nice.

    and ladies are meant to have their clothing dragging on floor :scratch:

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  • ibn suleman
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    Originally posted by MMS View Post
    there is a shop called al-madinah next to it, u dont like them either?
    nothing wrong with them...nice guys them :up:


    i've got a couple of the styles of jubbas they had....havnt been there for a few months though..

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  • MMS
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    Originally posted by ibn suleman View Post

    :up: zamzam...
    yeh i dont really like the ones they got...Ajwa used to have good one
    there is a shop called al-madinah next to it, u dont like them either?

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  • Medievalist
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    Originally posted by Eemaan View Post
    medlu, you see i have brothers and they not the most holy moly of folk :( . but when we went to do umrah and were coming back my lil bro bought a jubba, his first ever one and mashallah hes quite tall and he looked gowjus :D :shock: he got a lot of female attention.

    im just saying generally people adhering to the sunnah look beautiful , the first glance isnt haraam anyhoot.

    rather a bro wear lovely white/black jubba than skinny jeans and stripey top and dodgey haricut :vomit:
    mashaALLAH

    My bros look best in white thobe aswell - :D

    and whats wrong with stripey tops? :[email protected]

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  • ibn suleman
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    Originally posted by aurorascopic View Post
    unfortunately i dont, no. But im sure there are loads of house wife type people who sew for a hobby or maybe just like a small business and would be more than able to sew you a jubba. You just have to ask around.

    I think its harder in London though because it's such a huge place and people kind of keep to themselves kind of thing *shrugs*

    This lady though who sewed Bilaals jubbahs, she mainly only does womens. So you could find someone who does womens and ask them if theyd sew you one. There are loads of sisters from London on the forum who have a 'jilbaab seamstress' lol
    :up:

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  • Abu Muslim
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    Originally posted by Eemaan View Post
    denim? doesnt it make a wishy washy sound when you walk :eek3:

    Eh? * scratch*

    Its jean material, feels heavy, erm, open neck and open arm and thats pretty much it. Wishy washy, you lost me there.

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  • aurorascopic
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    Originally posted by Abu Muslim View Post
    I got some denim thawb, isnt all that, pretty uncomfortable actually, dont get any other material except that nice soft one [dont know the name]

    And ya ikhwaann, make sure it is ABOVE the ankles, I see bear thawbs which scrape the ground.

    Keeping in mind the ankle thing is for 'men only'
    but it doesnt give sisters the excuse to be street sweepers either. I see enough sisters with their jilbaabs dragging on the floor, torn and dirty and its disghusting. Where's the cleanliness in that? especially when its winter and the bottom of their jilbaabs are like soaking wet.

    So sisters, make sure your jilbaabs are of correct length. Get them hemmed from the bottom if they're too long: you look like the muslim version of moshers (or grebos, whatever you call them)

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  • Eemaan
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    denim? doesnt it make a wishy washy sound when you walk :eek3:

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  • Abu Muslim
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    I got some denim thawb, isnt all that, pretty uncomfortable actually, dont get any other material except that nice soft one [dont know the name]

    And ya ikhwaann, make sure it is ABOVE the ankles, I see bear thawbs which scrape the ground and that defeats the purpose of following the sunnah. Also if you get it cut, dont cut it too high either, I've seen ones where it comes just below the knee and that looks like the guy is wearing a dress and going to the prom or something

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  • aurorascopic
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    Re: thobes/jubbas

    Originally posted by ibn suleman View Post
    so theirs peopl who make jubbas..tailor made..

    know anyone in london?
    unfortunately i dont, no. But im sure there are loads of house wife type people who sew for a hobby or maybe just like a small business and would be more than able to sew you a jubba. You just have to ask around.

    I think its harder in London though because it's such a huge place and people kind of keep to themselves kind of thing *shrugs*

    This lady though who sewed Bilaals jubbahs, she mainly only does womens. So you could find someone who does womens and ask them if theyd sew you one. There are loads of sisters from London on the forum who have a 'jilbaab seamstress' lol

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