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Abaya Evolution 🧐‏ Abaya: The garment faced a long list of yays and nays when it came to its designs. But it has been a long ride before we got to the shapes and shades we see today… what kind of Abaya do you wear? Is it simple or is it ornate? ‏The Shapeless One (70s – 80s) ‏These Abayas were pretty much all basic and black. Kinda monotonous. ‏Black on Black (80s-90s) ‏You’d start seeing more lace and rhinestones (usually all black) and even some sparkle every now and then. Fabrics such as Crepes, chiffons and georgettes were also used because they were more flowy. ‏Butterflies / Batman (90s-2000) ‏With time, the Abaya continued to evolve and in the 1990s, though the basic style and shape of the Abaya remained the same, more embroidery and decorations like lace, stones that could be ironed on become a norm. ‏A new style of abaya was also introduced during this time. It came from Oman and was known as the ‘omaniyah’ because it was similar to the tunics donned by the men of Oman. ‏The Dementors (2000-2010) ‏In the first decade of the 2000s, A took on a new meaning with the introduction of many different styles and cuts, some too blingy, some over-the-top, and some even rather bizarre. Some abayas had bats, butterflies. Some abayas even had waistlines which were emphasized by different types of wide or narrow belts. ‏Colored Abayas (2013 – present) ‏The latest trend is all about expressing individuality as well as acquired a standing of its own. Abaya designers have taken the abaya to a whole new level with emphasis on global fashion trends along with an awareness of changes in the environment and the world in general. ‏Now you can have them custom-made which is becoming quite the trend in today’s world, especially among the elite. . . . ‏#abayablogger #hera #heracloset #abaya #abayabloggers #wiw #ootdabaya #ootdkaftan #caftan #khaleejistyle #khalijistyle #madeingcc #abayafashion #dubaifashion #abayadubai #abayasaudi #هيرا #هيرا_كلوزت #فاشن #عباية #عباية_دوام #عباية_مميزة #عباية_ملونة #عباية_فخمة #عباية_سفر الترجمة في اول تعليق ⬇️⬇️⬇️

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