Allah yr7am Nejoud Boodai

Yesterday, Nejoud Boodai, one my friends from since we were teenagers, passed away. Allah yr7am Nejoud w eygamid roo7ha elyana inshalla.

We first met in high school, then we continued to London; where she studied fashion and I studied business at the same college.

She has always been sweet, friendly, soft, and caring. I’m sure a lot of people are very sad for losing her, but at least we are comforted in knowing she is not suffering from her terminal illness anymore.

Nejoud was a successful business woman. She opened up her first fashion shop right after college in the fashionable Beauchamp Place in London. And as a pioneering Kuwaiti fashion designer, way before it became a habba in kuwait, she successfully started designing uniforms for Kuwait Airways and the Kuwaiti Army. She also has a very trendy shop in Salhiya Complex, called N.B. Boutique. You can read more about N.B. Boutique at confashions here, here, and here.

And again, way ahead of other in kuwait, she started JuJu’s cupcake bakery in Fanar Complex. She also has a very stylish flower shop called Flower Story in 360° Mall.

Nejoud was as active as she was sweet. And there is a huge truth about the old saying “Mayroo7 elah elzain”. Allah yr7umich ya Nejoud. You will always be in our prayers.

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6 Responses to Allah yr7am Nejoud Boodai

  1. q8travelbud says:

    Allah yer7amha inshallah

  2. Rashmi Dmello says:

    Its great loss to lose Ms.Nejoud, as said she was very friendly, caring….god may bless her soul

  3. Tara Sillery says:

    Thank you for such lovely words……am still shocked but hope and know she is in a better place. I met the amazing Nejoud 14 years ago when I worked in NBK london. May she rest in peace…….such a strong, amazing and wonderful woman and it was a complete honour to know her. RIP NB xxxxx

    • buzfairy says:

      You were the one with the lovely words. Nejoud was a kind spirit, and we all wish she is indeed in a better place. And like you just said about her, I’m sure everyone who knew her had similar words; and is equally sad she’s gone.

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