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Sarah

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Wearing dresses with a slim/ tight fit
« on: August 02, 2020, 04:17:20 PM »
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Sisters I was wondering what your opinion and interpretation is on that a woman should not show her 'beauty spots' of her body. I read that beauty spots means the curves of a woman's body particularly bust & backside.

When it comes to dresses, there's 1. loose fit, 2. regular fit, 3. slim/ tight fit and 4. bodycon/ extra-tight fit.

I personally hate wearing loose clothes because they do not flatter my figure. I only like wearing them at home sometimes where nobody can see me but I much prefer regular fit. However, I think slim fit/ tight fit is very flattering because it can show off a person's figure nicely esp. if they're a slim person, it can show just how fit someone is more than regular fit.

Do you think it's haram to wear bodycon dresses like this one?
https://www.newlook.com/uk/womens/clothing/dresses/petite-black-organza-spot-puff-sleeve-dress/p/647884401

Do you also think it's haram to wear slim fit clothes such as slim-fit dresses? For example, a dress like this one:
https://www.newlook.com/uk/womens/clothing/dresses/urban-bliss-black-organza-sleeve-mini-dress/p/649449801

The slim fit one looks modest to me to be honest. Everything that needs to be Quranically covered is covered. However the model is very thin herself so if it were someone curvy wearing it, I guess they would look curvier so bust & behind would be more noticeable. However, would this be part of 'what ordinarily appears thereof'. Or does it depend on intention? for example, some people will wear a slim fit dress to appear provocative to the opposite gender so that men will think about them in a 'sensual' way. However, others will want to wear a dress like that to simply look good in general.

Even if it's tight fit, it's not like the skin is exposed. One is still covered. The qur'an doesn't say anything about tight clothes right? Or does to not reveal mean to also not reveal the shapes of ones body? But again, nobody can 100% hide their body's curves unless they're really thin and not very curvy in the first place. So wouldn't this fall into the category of what may ordinarily appear thereof? Where do we draw the line?




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Re: Wearing dresses with a slim/ tight fit
« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2020, 02:49:24 AM »
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Sisters I was wondering what your opinion and interpretation is on that a woman should not show her 'beauty spots' of her body. I read that beauty spots means the curves of a woman's body particularly bust & backside.

When it comes to dresses, there's 1. loose fit, 2. regular fit, 3. slim/ tight fit and 4. bodycon/ extra-tight fit.

I personally hate wearing loose clothes because they do not flatter my figure. I only like wearing them at home sometimes where nobody can see me but I much prefer regular fit. However, I think slim fit/ tight fit is very flattering because it can show off a person's figure nicely esp. if they're a slim person, it can show just how fit someone is more than regular fit.

Do you think it's haram to wear bodycon dresses like this one?
https://www.newlook.com/uk/womens/clothing/dresses/petite-black-organza-spot-puff-sleeve-dress/p/647884401

Do you also think it's haram to wear slim fit clothes such as slim-fit dresses? For example, a dress like this one:
https://www.newlook.com/uk/womens/clothing/dresses/urban-bliss-black-organza-sleeve-mini-dress/p/649449801

The slim fit one looks modest to me to be honest. Everything that needs to be Quranically covered is covered. However the model is very thin herself so if it were someone curvy wearing it, I guess they would look curvier so bust & behind would be more noticeable. However, would this be part of 'what ordinarily appears thereof'. Or does it depend on intention? for example, some people will wear a slim fit dress to appear provocative to the opposite gender so that men will think about them in a 'sensual' way. However, others will want to wear a dress like that to simply look good in general.

Even if it's tight fit, it's not like the skin is exposed. One is still covered. The qur'an doesn't say anything about tight clothes right? Or does to not reveal mean to also not reveal the shapes of ones body? But again, nobody can 100% hide their body's curves unless they're really thin and not very curvy in the first place. So wouldn't this fall into the category of what may ordinarily appear thereof? Where do we draw the line?





Peace, I wouldn't wear those because they're too tight and show off your body shape too much which is what we should be covering. The private aspects of women. I dont think intention matters either because someone can say my intention is to get a tan at the beach so I'll wear a bikini, my intention isnt to attract anyone. Well you're still dressed half naked and tight fitting clothes are pretty much the same, you can see every curve just not the skin. You dont have to look like a paper bag either though, there are so many dresses that are cute and modest just depends what your style is. I like the boho summer dresses even if they're short they look good with leggings.