What is the ruling on wearing sports outfits that bear logos of non-Muslims

Question 10: What is the ruling on wearing sports outfits that bear logos of non-Muslims such as sports T-Shirts with Italian, German, and American logos or those bearing the names of non-Muslim players?

Answer: Wearing the outfits that bear logos of non-Muslims has some details… read more here.

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Showing off and bragging that takes place among the women due to fashion

Question 9: Recently, fashion mania has spread in clothes, especially for women. This problem is not new, but it has become complicated nowadays. Women are increasingly tending to wear these models, in spite of their disadvantages, including but not limited to:

First, showing off and bragging that takes place among the women by wearing these models. Every woman does all her best to buy clothes that make her unique, so that she boasts in front of other women in occasions. Your Eminence must be aware of the ruling on this boasting of clothes.

Second, prodigality and wasting of money that takes place because of these clothes. It is noticeable that most of the women who wear such clothes spend large amounts of money. A dress might cost three thousands, four thousands, five thousands or even more. After being worn in a party or two, this dress is not worn again until it is thrown away. Prodigality has two forms here: exaggerating in the costs of making the dress, or buying it for the purpose of boasting and keeping up with the fashion; and wearing these dresses only on a few occasions.

Your Eminence definitely knows the status of those who are required to sustain their women, such as husbands, fathers and brothers,who cannot provide such requirements that usually consume their monthly salaries and their pensions.

Based on the two previously mentioned points, is it permissible to give my wife all the money she wants to fulfill her wishes? Am I considered a sinner if I prevent her from doing so, given that my salary is a little more than 8,500 Riyals? Please advise concerning the ruling on wearing clothes in the previously mentioned way!

Answer: Allaah (Exalted be He) prohibited prodigality and wasting money in His saying… read more here.

It is my mother’s wish that the majority of what I wear be green clothes, or similar colors

Question 8: It is my mother’s wish that the majority of what I wear be green clothes, or similar colors. This made me hate it but I want to obey her, what should I do?

Answer: It is not obligatory on you to wear a specific color but you can wear what men in your country are accustomed to wearing… read more here.

Wearing transparent and tight clothes which show the shape of the body

Question 7: Is it permissible for a man to pray while wearing semi-transparent clothes, like those popular among today’s youth, with underpants underneath? Bear in mind that it is clear that the underpants are above the knees.

Answer: If the person praying is wearing a thick garment that does not describe the skin underneath it, it will be permissible to pray wearing it, even if the underpants are visible… read more here.

What is the proper Islaamic dress code for women?

Question 6: What is the proper Islaamic dress code for women?

Answer: The proper Islaamic dress code for women is to cover her body entirely from men who are not Mahram (spouse or permanently unmarriageable relative) with baggy, wide and thick clothes that do not have adornment… read more here.

A tailor who sews clothes below the ankles for men

Question 5: I have some tailoring shops for making men’s clothes. I have been working in this field for about ten years and I do not stipulate that my clients have not to do Isbaal (lengthening and trailing clothing below the ankles). However, I put a large plaque inside each shop mentioning the Hadeeth of the Messenger (peace be upon him) which prohibits Isbaal and clarifies its punishment. Am I forgiven by doing so? Is gaining through such work considered Halaal (lawful)? It is worth mentioning that one of my friends had a tailoring shop and stipulated that clients may not do Isbal, but after a short period he closed his shop because only very few clients conformed to this stipulation. May Allaah guide us all!

Answer: It is permissible to have tailoring shops for men if the clothes are tailored in a way that does not contradict Sharee`ah (Islamic law)… read more here.

What is the length of garments preferable for men?

Question 4: What is the ruling on the Musbil (one who lengthens and trails clothing below the ankles)?

Answer: Isbaal (lengthening and trailing clothing below the ankles) is prohibited for men, whether they are garments, trousers, cloaks… read more here.

Is it Haraam (prohibited) for a man to let the clothes down without arrogance?

Question 3: What is the ruling on the Musbil (one who lengthens and trails clothing below the ankles)?

Answer: Isbaal (lengthening and trailing clothing below the ankles) is prohibited for men, whether they are garments, trousers, cloaks or whatsoever based on the general meaning of the saying of the Prophet (peace be upon him)… read more here.

Does lengthening of garments below the ankles nullify the Wudoo’ (ablution)?

Question 2: What is the ruling on Isbaal (lengthening and trailing clothing below the ankles)? Does it nullify Wudoo’ (ablution) or not? Does the same ruling apply to long pants and other items of clothing?

Answer: Isbaal is Haraam (prohibited), but it does not nullify Wudoo’… read more here.

Is it obligatory on the man to wear clothes with a short train and sleeves?

Question 1: Is it obligatory on the man to wear clothes with a short train and sleeves? Is it obligatory that the sleeves of the clothes are not wide as well?

Answer: The length of a man’s clothes should be halfway down his leg, and there is no harm if the train reached the ankles. It is prohibited to wear clothes that hang below the ankles… read more here.