Islamic Lifestyle

Trends of Islamic fashion and Clothing Practices amongst Young Muslim Female in Bangladesh

Mohsina Fatema | 11 April, 2018 | Academic Research Paper
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Mohsina Fatema

Mohsina Fatema

Assistant professor in Marketing at Islamic International University Chittagong, Bangladesh


Mohsina Fatema is originally from Bangladesh. She is pursuing her doctorate at University Malaysia Perlis. She also received her Master degree in the field of business administration from North South University, Dhaka. The author is currently an assistant professor in Marketing at Islamic International University Chittagong, Dhaka Campus.She was previously a Lecturer in Marketing at the same university.

Mohsina Fatema is a member of BIIT (Bangladesh Institute of Islamic Thought) that is involved in text book writing. She actively participates in Islamic economy related events as a research publisher.

 

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DescriptionThis paper discusses the recent trends of Islamic fashion and clothing practices of young Muslim female in Bangladesh. A semi-structured questionnaire was used for conducting in-depth interview to identify and answer important questions such as whether Hijab is considered as fashion of clothing or granted for modesty
Executive SummaryThis paper elaborates on the trends of wearing Islamic dresses in Bangladesh, a Muslim major country. It starts off by introducing the readers to the Islamic clothing. Then it moves on to discuss in details the clothing practices of young Muslim female in recent days, highlighting the recent trend toward Islamic clothing. It also answers an important question about the Hijab being worn for modesty or is it a fashion. This paper further finds out the reasons why Muslim women being attracted towards specific kinds of fashion and clothing. In the end, the author sheds the light on her recommendation and summarizes some important points that have been discussed in the report