Mouza {OOTD}

I know what you’re thinking. It has been ages since I’ve uploaded an OOTD post (or any post for that matter) but in my defence whenever I attempted to do a shoot, either the weather, the lighting or the location just didn’t work for me. Also, I’ve been experiencing some MAJOR technical difficulties so even when I did capture the most perfect images, I was unable to upload! But fear not, all is okay now, so you can look forward to many more OOTD posts!

I recently realized that finding an item that is easy to wear, doesn’t require a lot of effort and that can be worn in many different ways is difficult but not impossible.

Thanks to Damasq for sending me their Mouza Instant Coverup a while ago because since then I’ve been creating so many different looks from just this one item – nope, I’m not kidding around.
If you’ve never seen/heard of the Mouza Coverup before, it is basically a top, scarf and undercap all in one. It takes less than a minute to put on and can be worn with pants, skirts or even over dresses and abayas.

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Depending on how you tuck, fold, pin or belt up the Mouza, you can create a cape, a jumpsuit, a simple flowy top or a fancy one – manipulation is the name of the game.

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For this look, which is perfect for dinner at a restaurant or as a semi-formal outfit for work, I belted the Mouzza using a glittery gold belt which gave it some shape around the waist area and created defined sleeves.

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Considering that the Mouza Coverup, is long enough to cover the essentials, I paired it with these chino-inspired straight-legged pants which is fitted but not too tight, to ensure a modest look.

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If you’re not a fan of pants but still want to stick to the black/gold/tan colour palette, you could also pair it with a nude/tan straight skirt instead of pants.
I kept my accessories simple with a black patent pointed heel and a studded tan handbag.

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The scarf is part of the Mouza and I just simply draped it like you would a normal scarf. However, you can always use your own scarf and tie the Mouza scarf around your bun to hide it and to give you volume and a roundedness underneath your scarf.

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And that’s it! A simple modest look that uses just 2 clothing items and is so easy to recreate! I hope you enjoyed this look and in the upcoming weeks, I’ll be sharing with you guys all of the different looks that I create using the Mouza either on the blog or on my IG page (@veiledbeautyza), so do look out for it.

And if you already own a Mouza, and would like some personal styling tips that will work for your body type/shape or even a specific colour palette, do send me a mail and I will definitely help out!

Top/Scarf: Mouza Coverup by Deyn available at Damasq
Pants: H&M
Belt: Forever New
Heels: Daniella Michelle at Spree
Bag: Blackcherry

P.S look out for my next OOTD post featuring a gorgeous deep grey maxi scarf from Hijabi on the blog this Wednesday!

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