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  • Amaliah offers Muslim girls modest fashion
  • Amaliah offers Muslim girls modest fashion
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Amaliah offers Muslim girls modest fashion

It’s not always easy to find stylish high street clothes that cover you up. From sheer panels to thigh slits on skirts, it can be especially difficult for young Muslim women to find appropriate clothing. Amaliah is a fashion site that offers ‘curated modest fashion’ that’s always on trend.

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