Blog for the average SG Muslim

Hi there you all! I hope you are having a fantastic day today and an even more wonderful time while you are browsing through my blog post.

So, the reason why you have taken the step of visiting my blog site, it would probably because you would find yourself to be in a dilemma of channeling your inner fashion diva while also maintaining your Muslim identity. Since I have been living in Singapore for so many years now, I can completely empathize with you since I have also found myself in the same situation in various occasions. While my heart definitely would want to be slightly daring and bold, it would be my upbringing and Muslim culture which would reign it back in to obedience.

However, after several trial and test experiments, I have truly embraced myself the way I am and I have no shame in admitting it. However, since I would not like my fellow Singaporean Muslims to go through the same ordeal, I have actually made an attempt to pave the way for you.

Hence, if you would be wondering how exactly you should dress up and travel while in Singapore, continue reading below.


Clothing style in Singapore

Here, you would find the clothing style to be pretty mainstream, just like any other country. In addition, you would also find the style to vary according to age and lifestyle. That being said, you would be able to witness the younger generation in Singapore to dress fairly casually while the older working adults would be on the more conservative side.

In this case, you would have to keep in mind that Singapore is regarded as a cosmopolitan city. So, if you are wondering what you should wear, classic styling would be the ay to go.

Also, since the weather here seems to be humid and hot, denim shorts and casual t-shirts would make the ideal combination for daily wear. As for fabrics, you should try sticking to polyester/spandex, cotton blends, silk, and linen.

According to my observation, I have not seen many people in Singapore trying out crazy styles or even taking major fashion risks. That being said, that should not in any way stop you from following your heart and moving away from the standard norm.


Travel essentials

Due to Singapore being located right on the equator, it does not seem to have any distinct seasons. As a result, the weather would be pretty much sunny and hot throughout the year, with the exception of monsoon season. Even though it would still remain hot, but rain could be often witnessed.

It would usually be in these situations that you would find online marketing in Singapore to be rampant. This is because marketers would be trying their utmost best to increase their sales as much as possible. During the tourist season, you would also be able to find them working overtime so that they would be able to give their customers the best discount possible. So, if you would like to be one of those blessed, make sure to keep an eye out for these amazing deals and discounts.

In addition to all these, there would still be tons of things that you would have to know about. However, this would also be sufficient to live your life peacefully and contentedly as an average SG Muslim.