While the word may be foreign to many, the store’s proprietor, Abdul Halimi Taifor, explained that it means “Pretty Girl” in Sundanese. The store sells modern hijabs and Muslimah wear. Abdul Halimi reiterated the importance of the word ‘modern’ in describing their clothing range.
All the hijabs are designed and made by Hardiana. In fact, the idea to market modern designer hijabs came to Hardiana mind when she began to don the Muslim headscarf. Feeling that the offerings in the market were inadequate to express herself and those of the modern woman, she took it upon herself to establish Neng Guelis.
Since the early days of its inception, Neng Guelis has grown from strength to strength and they have already established a few branches. While this may be the case, Neng Guelis at Le Tresor Market continues to be their favourite due to the volume of traffic and its cosy atmosphere. You can also find them at Petite Tresor at the Curve (1st Floor, same row as Guardian Pharmacy).