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10 #BlackOutEid Looks We Love

10 #BlackOutEid Looks We Love

A few years ago, producer and screenwriter Aamina Mohamed created the #BlackOutEid hashtag after noticing that much of the Eid content shared online rarely featured Black Muslims. Each year since then, the hashtag has gone viral as Black Muslims celebrate their faith — and their style — and Black Muslims from over the world participate. Mohamed said she created it because she “felt it was something that we were aching for. An international connection and celebration. But even if it was just 10 people from around the world sharing pictures, I’d be satisfied.” Being that it’s viral and worldwide, it goes without saying that if you check out the hashtag, you’ll find way more than 10 photos. We picked 10 of our favorite looks for this roundup, but we highly encourage you to browse the hashtag and check out all the beauty and creativity happening around the world, as showcased by Black Muslims.

@sabssworld showed off her baby bump in style

@kxdibang struck a pose with the fam in color coordinated attire

@sumayakeynan slayed with black lacy sleeves and a bold lip

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– Eid Mubarak 🌙💫 #blackouteid #eid #eidmubarak

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@raheemahesq did a front stoop photo shoot

@belleimichelle struck a pose in a beautiful yellow ensemble

@brije.janay looked glamorous in oversized sunglasses, a metallic dress, and a hat

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I missed y’all 💋⁣ .⁣ #eidmubarak #blackouteid

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@ndidiwrites and her brother matched their face masks to their amazing outfits

@mahasen_toyia wore a fringed face veil

@nasteexoilwaad showed off her henna and picture perfect makeup, which complimented her outfit beautifully

@56hun_ showed us how to layer with her black and white striped outfit, patterned headscarf, and retro sunglasses

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Eid Mubarak ✨ #blackouteid #coveid

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