Ramadan: Should I wear a jilbab?
I go to an Islamic school so I wear one five days a week, but I don't wear it out of choice.
Recently, I think I've begun to understand Islam more, and I really want to become a better Muslim, Alhamdulillah :)
So, I'm one of those people who really care about what they wear, I used to wear skinny jeans and I know it's not good, but I did, I found that I felt sort of exposed in them, so I wear them much less and I no longer wear 3/4 sleeves and I also wear looser and longer tops, Alhamdulillah.
Yet, I don't feel like this is enough, I still get stupid guys in my Saturday class looking at me, and I feel really embarrassed and uncomfortable when they do.
I'm just worried what people will say, because my mum doesn't wear it and neither do a lot of my family, but I really want to....
When I told my parents, they thought I was going to change my mind in a few days so they didn't really take me seriously, now that they know I'm not joking, they completely support me, and I think they actually want me to wear it, my best friend on the other hand, who knows me better than anyone, was really shocked, but she said it's a good idea....after university. I'm only in school at the moment.
So, is it Fardh to wear it and if so, do you [girls] wear one yourself?
For those who don't know what a Jilbab is, it's something like this:
If I do decide to tart wearing a jilbab, I think I'll wear it official in the cinema, which is going to be soooo freaky, but my friend keep telling me I won't be alone, so, yeah, Insha'Allah :)