Step into summer with a splash of style with our fabulous Simply Digital Wraparounds with! These gorgeous Wraparounds are your ultimate summer BFFs, designed to keep you cool and chic. With their airy and open-front design, they're perfect as a beach cover-up or to effortlessly elevate any plain outfit.
And the best part? They come in a range of bright and bold patterns that are sure to turn heads! From playful pomegranates to zesty lemons, retro cars to nostalgic audio cassettes, our Wraparounds offer a unique touch to your fashion statement. Embrace the freedom of a free size and embrace the vibrant energy of summer with Simply Digital Kimonos!
We are so excited to offer a new Equal Entrance product—our digitally printed scarves!
Printed on high quality cotton, each of these scarves is unique, vivid, and tells a story. The colorful print is designed by Ghazal using digital design inspired by art and culture exclusive to Pakistan. It is hand sewn by skilled seamstresses and truly a work of art.
Elevate your style with our Pure Cotton Scarf, available in Coral and Seashell. Made from 100% high-quality cotton, this scarf adds a pop of color to any outfit. The lightweight and breathable textured material ensures you can wear it comfortably all day long. Get yours today for the ultimate in style and comfort.
The National Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Auxiliary has pledged to plant 100,000 trees to mark our centenary, as it’s been 100 years since this auxiliary has been established in the United Kingdom. Tree planting is a demonstration of our love of serving humanity, and practising the peaceful teachings of Islam. Islam teaches us that tree planting is a charitable and noble act.
Bilquis Bano Edhi was a Pakistani nurse who helped save the lives of over 16,000 babies. She was one of the most active philanthropists in Pakistan. As the co-chair of the Edhi Foundation, a charity organization that provided many services in Pakistan, she relentlessly worked on many fronts. However, her services to protect babies are matchless. In this blogpost, Alia shares her experience of adopting her and her husband's first child through Bisques Edhi.