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HijabGirl Helps Muslim Families Get Ready for Eid

HijabGirl, an Islamic clothing company that provides Islamic hijabs, shawls and scarves at competitive prices, is helping Muslim families get ready for Eid with its extensive range of all-occasion items.

Aug 6 2013, 3:08am CDT | by PR.com

Miami, FL, August 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- HijabGirl dot com, a leading retailer of Islamic hijabs, shawls and scarves for Muslim women, has introduced a number of deals and money-saving options in the run up to Eid. Featuring a number of versatile modest options for women, HijabGirl’s newest range includes hijabs, shawls, scarves, niqabs, sleeve guards, accessories and even prayer mats in a variety of different fabric and color options. With the special Eid celebrations fast approaching, HijabGirl prides itself as the “Lowest Price Hijab Store” to help Muslim families cut the cost of buying new clothes and items for the occasion.

“Eid is a special time, and Muslims around the world enjoy buying new clothes and accessories for the Eid holiday,” said a HijabGirl Spokesperson. “For Muslim families, this can also be quite an expensive time of year. We’re proud to offer our lowest, most competitive prices at this time so everyone can afford to treat themselves to something new.”

HijabGirl was launched to provide fashionable hijab designs and accessories at excellent prices. Over the years, HijabGirl has attracted a loyal customer base that appreciates the variety of products available, including hijabs, khimars, al-amiras and girls’ scarves, as well as the added savings the store provides.

“It can often be quite a challenge for Muslim women to find comfy, stylish and affordable scarves in Western countries. Our online store is a convenient and accessible way for women and girls that wear the hijab to purchase products they can depend on,” said HijabGirl Spokesperson, and added “We’re very excited that we’re able to provide an alternative to Muslim families around the world.”

HijabGirl is a leading online hijab company dedicated to providing its customers with modern, excellently priced scarves and accessories. HijabGirl is proud to offer an extensive range of colors, prints and designs at the lowest prices to its customers this Eid.

HijabGirl’s online collection can be viewed online at hijabgirl.com

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