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Alia Khafaga Jewelry: Spice Up Those Ramadan Night Outfits!

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Alia Khafaga Jewelry: Spice Up Those Ramadan Night Outfits!
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Ramadan is about love, giving, and gatherings with your loved ones. Your day can be divided into two sections, Iftar and Sohour, and many women have a hard time thinking about their Ramadan outfits. The kimono is a great piece to consider as it comes in beautiful prints and works for modest looks as its quite flowy, but making your outfit stand out is usually the hardest, but we say that the secret ingredient lies in the jewellery you wear.

Alia Khafaga has succeeded in proving to the world that there is way more to accessories than we ever knew. Her designs are full of feminism, as each piece represents women and power. Khafaga custom makes each piece and stands out with her designs.

Having 53.7K followers on Instagram, Khafaga was able to reach a broad audience, many of whom are women of fashion. Famous actors like Ingy Al Mokaddem, Jamila Awad, Yasmine Sabri, and Amina Khalil have been spotted wearing her signature pieces. Hadia Ghaleb has also been seen styling her jewellery on several occasions.

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We love Injy Al Mokaddem’s look in #AliAKhafaga pearl earrings ????

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Beautiful @injyelmokkaddem in #AliAKhafaga Earrings ???? Makeup by @rashad.makeupworks #buyarabdesigners

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Khafaga was also seen on Al-Mehwar channel, explaining to the process of her hand-made jewellery, and how she found her love and passion for accessories. Her designs are mainly floral with real stones, and each pair of earings stands out with their vibrant colours and shapes.

Women like Khafaga are changing the fashion industry and opening doors to creativity and feminism, so a round of applause to ladies like her. Be sure to check out Khafaga’s website, follow her on Instagram, and like her page on Facebook.