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eid gifts for the stylish

Eid al-Adha- the holiest Muslim holiday- is celebrated in the United States on September 12th this year.  Eid al-Adha is known as the 'feast of sacrifice' and commemorates the day when prophet Abraham was going to sacrifice his son but was instructed by God to offer an animal instead. The festival traditionally lasts for four days but that varies by country-this year in Turkey it will last nine days. The date the Eid celebration starts is decided by authorities in Saudi Arabia. They confirm the actual dates of the Muslim festival- and the pilgrimage to Hajj in Mecca -on September 1 based on the sighting of the moon. In the Islamic calendar Eid al-Adha is celebrated 10 days later. This is the second of the Eid holidays and marks the end of Hajj.

"The Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca, Islam's holiest site, and is an integral part of the Muslim faith. According to the Koran, all Muslims who can afford to should make the journey to Saudi Arabia at least once in their lifetime. Every year, at least two million will make the pilgrimage, circle the Kaaba, a shrine built by Ibrahim, and pray to Allah. The prophet Muhammad said that a person who performs Hajj properly "will return as a newly born baby [free of all sins]"." The Week

The celebration of Eid is a public holiday that involves animal sacrifice, prayers and public gatherings. The family and friends exchange food and gifts and they are also required to share with the poor and the needy so they can celebrate as well.

Here’s our top 5 unique gift picks for your stylish loved ones celebrating Eid.


Men love gifts too and the Wolf Eyes Beard Oil made by Homme Bound is a winner. To start, it’s crafted with the highest quality and proprietary fragrance oil and vitamin B complex- all amazing for taking care of the beard. It’s a woody and masculine fragrance with citrus, cardamom and musk. Free of all the naughties like phthalates and alcohol and never used with or on animals. To top it off it’s halal, kosher and vegan. Boom. Feel free to use a little on yourself ladies- a little oil is good for the skin too.

A Canadian company, Homme Bound is a celebration of style, diversity and unity amongst men.  At Homme Bound we believe that a man's beard is more than just facial hair - It is a symbol reflective of his personality, identity, and way of life.

halal beard oil


From fitness to modest fashion we have your gal covered. The Mandala Reflection Top from Mumine Activewear has a gorgeous, reflective mandala print on the back of the perfect-red workout shirt. Made from their GO-dri fabric that keeps you cool and dry during your hardest workouts. Modest fashion meets fitness baby!

modest activewear top from mumine

Every glamorous gal needs a little halal lip color once she's showered and ready to celebrate. We love a matte lip and the ones from Tuesday in Love are the perfect formula. "Dubai" is our go-to red. A creamy texture with a lightweight finish AND halal, you can't miss with these so hey, give her two!

halal lip color from Tuesday in Love


No home is complete without something special to give it a chilly vibe. As your guest come by to celebrate, fill the air with the scent of patchouli, coconut and vanilla with the Mecca candle from Jboutiq. Mecca (Makkah in Arabic) is the center of the Islamic world and the birthplace of both the Prophet Muhammad and the religion he founded so we find it the perfect gift to honor this Eid holiday.

mecca candle from jboutiq

The hamsa in Islam it is known as the hand of Prophet Muhammad's daughter Fatima and symbolizes patience, loyalty, faith and resistance against difficulties. This beautiful and modern hamsa rendition from Cemment is made from concrete and covered in gold leaf. Beautiful inside or outside the home, the hamsa is a constant reminder that your home is protected.

hamsa for the home

Masha'Allah. FAITHHAUS





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