Rulings on Dress
What is the ruling on trousers that show the shape of a man’s ‘awrah?What are the guidelines concerning T-shirts and trousers that show the shape of a man’s ‘awrah, especially when sitting?
Can he wear a cap lined with silk to protect his hair?I am a man and my hair is long. I want to keep my hair and scalp in good health always. Because it is winter here, I do not believe that I can go out without covering my head and my ears, but I know that winter caps are made of wool or cotton, which damage the hair, as they cause the hair to become thin and break, and I heard that it is good to line the woollen cap with satin or silk to keep the hair and scalp healthy, and satin is a fabric that is sometimes made of silk. Is it permissible for me to do that? I know that it is haraam for men to wear silk, but I read an answer on your website which says that those who are sick may be allowed to wear silk in order to reduce their suffering.
Colours which are encouraged (mustahabb), disliked (makruh) and forbidden (haram) in men’s and women’s clothingAre there any colours which a muslim/muslimah cannot wear eg red garments
Is wearing jeans imitating the Kuffar?Is wearing jeans considered imitating the Kuffar or is it ok?
Is Silk Haram for Men?I know that men should not wear silk garments, but if a garment is made of party silk but is not silky, soft, shiny, and feminine looking and looks like wool (suit coat), then would it be OK?
Men's 'awrah and wearing pants with shirt tucked inIs it permissible for a Muslim man to wear his shirt tucked in his pants, showing the shape of his legs, buttocks, etc., especially in some countries where women are not ashamed to look at them? And when they perform prayer, shouldn't they be wearing a long shirt covering their private parts while they prostrate?
Libaas ul-shuhrah and wearing extravagant clothingWhat is the ruling on libaas ul-shuhrah or the wearing of extravagant clothing?
Using clothing of the kuffar (unbelievers)What is the ruling on using clothing of the kuffar (unbelievers)?
She is asking about symbols of devil worshippers on clothingIn the world in which we live, there are many warnings about devil worshippers – we seek refuge with Allah – especially their particular symbols, which have become widespread on clothing and household furnishings, and in children’s cartoons. We have become afraid to let our children watch those cartoons, especially the hand gesture that is called “the face of the Shaytaan”. And we find it drawn on clothes for young people. Not only that, the matter has gone so far that even on prayer mats there are drawings and symbols like a face, or an upside down cross, or the triangle in which there is an eye, drawn in such a way that no one would notice them. What should we do now, after we have learned that these are symbols of the Shaytaan? Is there any blame on us if we pray on those mats? Should we throw the mat away? If someone else takes it and uses it, are we responsible for his sin?
What is the ruling on using things made from the skins of animals?What is the ruling on using things made from the skins of animals?
Why is it not permissible to wear garments on which it is written “I love Jesus” even though we believe in ‘Eesa (peace be upon him) and love him?Our Islamic religion forbids us to wear garments and T-shirts that contain the phrase “I love Jesus” but even we, according to our religion, love ‘Eesa and believe in him, so why is it is forbidden to us to wear them?.
Is the thigh part of the ‘awrah?Can we quote as evidence for it being permissible to uncover the thigh the hadith which says that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) uncovered his thigh in front of Abu Bakr and ‘Umar; and the hadith narrated by al-Bukhaari in which it says: My knee was touching the thigh of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), then he rolled up his izaar (waist wrapper) and uncovered his thigh” and the report narrated by al-Haythami from Abu Sa‘eed in which it says: “He let his legs dangle in the well and uncovered his thighs”?
Can Men Wear Necklaces?What is the ruling on wearing necklaces for men? Please note that this is not by way of imitating (women); nowadays it has become quite common among men, and it is no longer limited to women. Sometimes it is worn because of necessity. Does this come under the heading of imitating women?
Is it permissible to wear clothing on which are written Islamic phrases?Are we allowed to wear t-shirts having statements on them related to Islam i.e. Islam is the religion of peace, choose Islam, Al QURAN the final message of God etc.
Is it Sunnah to wear green clothes?Ive seen few Islamic sects, always wearing green turban and white clothes, or all green clothes, stating it as to be following Sunnah of Prophet Sallalahualayhi wassalm. What is the context behind it?.
Ruling on wearing shirts with writing on them when prayingIs it permissable for us to wear shirts which have text on back of it while praying with the imam.
He wants to wear the Arabic thawb in a non-Muslim countrymy question is concerning the permissibility of wearing a thawb in public every day in a Western country (Canada). Does wearing a thawb in such circumstances come under the heading of libaas ush-shuhrah? The thawb is something that is foreign to the non-muslims here, but I myself personally love the thawb more than the western clothes like pants and jeans and the likes. Not only that, but I also like the fact that it covers the 'awrah more properly than these western clothes. So would there be any sin of arrogance on me if I were to wear a thawb every day to school in a country where it's considered to strange or foreign to wear such clothes? Is this the same thing as wearing garments of fame and vanity? I've read the other fatwas concerning this matter but I couldn't find anything related to the permissibility of wearing a thawb in situations like this.
Is It Prohibited in Islam to Sleep on Silk?If my wife wants to buy a silk cover for the bed, is that allowed for me to sleep in that bed ?
Is it permissible to wear something made from snakeskin?Is wearing snakeskin permissible?
It is Sunnah to adorn oneself for Eid by wearing one’s best clothes; that does not come under the heading of imitating the non-MuslimsIs it Sunnah or is it permissible to buy new clothes for Eid, or does this spending on clothes for Eid come under the heading of imitating the disbelievers, as they buy new clothes for their celebrations?