Keffiyeh Print Shirt


Last Sunday was definitely a Sunday-Funday well spent. The hubs and I woke up late and decided to have breakfast at our favorite Palestinian restaurant Al-Bawadi Grill. We tend to always order with our eyes, and got a few of our favorites! Their hummus with meat is by far the best I’ve ever tried. And their mint lemonade (not pictured below) is definitely an item that is always ordered when we go. It’s almost as good as my mothers! πŸ˜‰


By the time we got back into the city we were able to catch the tail-end of the annual Chicago Air & Water show from our apartment. If you follow my Snapchat (haz_style), you would have seen a glimpse of their practice runs during the week. It was my first air show, and I must say that there is something about airplanes that keeps your eyes peeled.




Once the air show was over, we enjoyed the beautiful weather by walking through Grant Park. In today’s outfit post, I am wearing a keffiyeh print shirt that I am absolutely loving partly due to my Palestinian roots! The keffiyeh is a traditional Middle Eastern headdress fashioned from a square scarf, typically made from cotton and wool. There are many different color variations across the Middle Eastern countries, as well as the way it is worn. Palestinian keffiyehs are most commonly a white cloth with a black or red checkered print. The keffiyeh has become a popular fashion accessory in many non-Arab countries, printed in scarves, trousers, and shirts.

I paired the loose shirt with some white skinny denim and my favorite lace up black sandals. I accessorized with black, Chanel sunglasses and this beautiful double chained necklace.

Blouse (currently sold out, but waitlist is available), Similar (many other variations available!) | Denim | Shoes | Necklace


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