Visibly Muslim: Fashion, Politics, Faith (Review)

Tarlo didn’t simply research “the veil”, or even just other types of distinct and traditional Muslim dress like jilbabs and the niqab, but went further to explore basically any style of dress that would make a Muslim identifiable in the West. She took close looks at a multitude of women and varying personal styles and group trends, including a section on the niqab (face veil) and another on the emergence of Islamic fashion stores and online retailers.

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