Summer is all about traveling, and Arab fashionistas jet-setted across the world (ok, Europe and the states). Here, a look at the styles by locale. Where did fashionistas dress the best while on vacation?
She better ditch that leopard shrug or whatever that is on her shoulders before her plane lands in Paris, but this is A+ travel style without being over the top.
Haifa will provide onboard entertainment by having a nipple slip.
Overkill. I pity her seatmate who’s gonna think she has some serious anger management issues.
16-year old Myriam is a big girl now and can travel by herself!! She even bought her own luggage!
FRANCE A LA MODE
Melissa apparently doesn’t mind having Frenchmen staring at her undies; I still think this is cool, whatever it is.
Where does she find such interesting prints? I don’t think the Chanel bag exactly goes, but this is super cool.
A beret in Paris, really? The French have every right to roll their eyes and scoff at this cringeworthy example of overdressing for a shopping excursion.
We knowwwww, Joelle: blue is the warmest color and you’re feeling it’s. At least your outfit is perfectly suited for the Sud de la France (ditch the visor, though; that’s not suited for anywhere but a tennis match).
Haifa is so top that she carries around an oozing glob or sequins. And wears dresses witj leopardskin print that I’d hate on anyone else. And it looks kinda like she’s sporting a sun mustache just like me. See, she’s human!!
This doesn’t fly at a tacky casino in Vegas or Macau (well maybe) and it certainly is not suitable for Monaco, Miss Iman. It’s too vulgaire et démodé.
Italy a la mode
Do not match your clothes ans accessories when the print (not to mention the shape of both bag and dress) is this hideous.
SPAIN A LA MODE
I can’t tell if this hits a high note or falls flat; the top is a bit much to pull off without feeling like you’re in a middle-school musical, and I loathe all split-open shoes like that.
Croatia à la mode
Cross body bag? Check. Hat and sunglases? Check. Fun tee shirt and jeans? Check. Long sleeve shirt to put on if it gets cold (tied around your waist)? Check. I can’t see her shoes, but Cyrine is a bonafied tourist.
Well this is pretty basic, but it’s no worse than a super dresses-up tourist tottering about on heels. Like, give me a break.
Smoking hot jacket, jeans and purse, but those Dior slip-ons that Arab fashionistas have been rocking all summer have GOT TO GO. Also, it’s summer: isn’t she hot?
Apparently London in August is freezing cold. Or maybe it’s because all the fashionistas who jetted over there were from the Gulf, where they are usually more conservative. Because everyone seemed to be wearing fall fashion: pants and heavy tops. I LOVE Lolo’s look, but c’mon, it’s summer!
I feel like petitioning Americsn fashio mags until they realize what a fashion goddess Hadia is. She came to visit Chicago and if someone didn’t capture her epic street style than it’s a damn shame. This outfit is everything.
The pants are that not tight yet not baggy fit that drives me to the insane asylum, but I love the top. Haifa also came to the USA but alas stayed in Los Angeles: why does everyone avoid New York?!!? I’m pretty sure pairing those shoes with that dress is a faux pas, but I ak digging the colors and she took a fashion risk for once that didn’t mean showing skin.
I like the dress, but not on Haifa: dresses of this cut do nothing for women like her who have hourglass-like figures.